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ALESSANDRO PACCIANI SIGNS WITH DARREN ARONOFSKYS CHROMISTA FOR COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATION(April 21, 2017)
Los Angeles, CA - April 21, 2017 - Alessandro Pacciani, one of the most prolific directors in the international advertising world has signed with Chromista for exclusive commercial representation in US.
Pacciani is best known for his car campaigns and for his work on the critically acclaimed video game ?Dark Souls II. Now, with over a decade of experience working in three continents, Pacciani cultivated a global roster of clients including Mercedes, Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Nike, Toyota, Nissan, Jeep, Subaru, Honda, Samsung and more. His works have been nominated at the Hollywood Awards, won a UNESCO award, as well as showcased at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. Prior to his directing career, Pacciani developed a strong foothold in design, animation, and visual effects. Those skills allowed him to establish his own trademark through blending digital technology and high-octane visuals with cinematic storytelling.
"We fell in love with Alessandros work because its aesthetically beautiful and visually he is able to draw you in and seamlessly tell a story through striking imagery. said Scott Franklin, Aronofskys longtime features producer and CHROMISTA Partner. ?You can see the artistry and craftsmanship through the attention to detail that is put into every aspect from art direction, lighting, casting and complimented through sound design, edit and enhanced through visual effects and color. He stands out as a filmmaker and storyteller and is uniquely talented. We are proud to represent his work.
Chromista was founded in 2013 by Academy Award nominated director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, The Wrestler) and partners Scott Franklin, Sandy Haddad and Ted Robbins. Pacciani rounds out a roster that includes, Aronofsky, Xavier Mairesse, Marcelo Burgos, Kasra Farahani, Daniel Portrait, Rory Kelleher and Josh Cole.
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