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Our recent work has taken us around the hurricane battered island of Puerto Rico as we film for clients producing documentaries showing not just the terrible effects of Hurricanes Maria and Irma, but the incredible work done by first responders, FEMA, and other services. It is a privilege to stand alongside men and women who’s daily work literally saves lives. With official d...
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Following the lush melodic tones of 2013's "Dormants" album and the genre-breaking 2011 debut album "Borealis Amanita", "Precursor" is an ambitious venture into "suffo-bass"/"ambionic"/"vapor-tech" or whatever description of Advanced EDM is being touted most recently.
"Precursor" is the first new work from the producer since his bootleg remix Angelo Badalamenti/Richard D. James album freelease titled "Aphex Twin Peaks".
Old Man Mike, better known as Michael Biggam has been largely silent on the music front recently save for occasional SoundCloud releases such as Save As, Aissolumina and Wrong Line, instead focusing on his first feature film, the self-written crime saga Sugarfields starring Gotham star JW Cortés, and filmed on the island of Puerto Rico.
Singing phenomenon and TV favourite Jane McDonald is returning to the small screen with "Cruising" (Previously known as "All At Sea"), to be shown on UK TV from February 2017, Channel 5.
You may recall that CereProds produced (Puerto Rico segments) for the broadcaster back in April. Here is the star of the show talking on top-rated UK mid-morning show "Lorraine" about her upcoming adventures on the high seas.
The premiere of the show was Friday February 10 at 9pm and can be seen weekly for a limited time.
Times are certainly changing. There is a very conflicting sense of opinion and movement in the world today. You can't even cut the tension with a knife, you need a chainsaw. There are people on either side of arguments and disputes over the best course of action for the United States, and even more so, mankind on Earth. There are righteous processes haphazardly mixed with reactionary and dangerous events. People are mad, and they continue to conflict without seeming conclusion other than further division. But CereProds knows that this world is made up primarily of Good Guys, people who go about their lives in peace and harmony with their fellow man, animal, environment and ecosystem.
Cerebral Productions are pleased to announce that we are developing a new reality documentary charting the stories of extra-ordinary people. People who sacrifice their time, energy, and safety for the betterment of the unfortunate, the at risk, the sick and the needy. Those who believe a selfless act is no different to any other. It is our belief that we can turn the tide of name-calling and culture of passive aggression that permeates the entertainment industry and much of the media today.
The founders of the country we know as the United States of America are the role models for this groundbreaking show, a show that will teach us just how good good is.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but the truly interesting thing about them is that they exist within us all, and need only the proper motivation to be projected and humanized in the physical realm.
The producers of the show are seeking subjects, and those interested or considering a nomination of someone else are encouraged to CONTACT DAVE at the Good Guys development team.
Don't be afraid to believe in yourself: the smallest act is considered heroic to those that encounter a savior.
Loiza Medical Documentary
Media-C and Usual Suspects Productions out of Washington D.C. chose Cerebral Productions to help realize their documentary in Puerto Rico. The production looks at revolutionary ways to encourage medical professionals to engage in a career that truly helps those in need. We can't wait to see the finished product and will be sure to post it here on the Cerebral Productions homepage.
The range of services we provide in our Line Production packages is literally endless. Every day, unique and unusual concepts cross our collective desks.
Every client means the world to us, we can't bear to imagine a world without them.
If you intend to film in Puerto Rico and need production services contact us.
Our previous clients include IMG Media, Channel 5 UK and many more. See why Cerebral Productions is the first choice for filming in Puerto Rico.
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Cerebral Productions has been enlisted to help produce a new Channel 5 UK TV documentary series on location in the Caribbean.
The producers are keeping a tight lid on the content of the show suffice to say it will be an exciting and entertaining platform for one of Britain's most warmly held icons of recent years.
Stay here for updates on this project!
Cerebral Productions announces the next short film to be produced in-house as Six Minutes to Midnight (not affiliated with the recently announced Eddie Izzard feature of the same name). Michael Biggam directs. Cerebral Productions expresses thanks and gratitude to the Caguas Film Commission and all involved so far.
Cerebral Productions was contracted late last year by IMG and the FEI (Federation Equestrian International) to collaborate and produce the Puerto Rico segments of their gala awards ceremony.
The five winners of the FEI Awards 2015, the “Oscars of the equestrian world”, were tonight presented with their awards by Hollywood actress Bo Derek, at a Longines sponsored glittering gala dinner in the Puerto Rican capital city of San Juan.
Saluting the heroes of today and tomorrow for their outstanding contribution to equestrian sport, the FEI Awards 2015 – in association with the FEI’s Top Partner Longines and international fashion designer Reem Acra – applauded what has been an amazing 2015 sporting year, honouring the pursuit of excellence and rising talent.
The five winners, recognised for their significant achievements and willingness to demonstrate their passion for developing equestrian sport, are:
Longines Rising Star - Jessica Mendoza (GBR)
Reem Acra Best Athlete – Boyd Exell (AUS)
Best Groom - Jose Eduardo (Eddie) Garcia Luna (USA)
Against All Odds - Oriana Ricca Marmissolle (URU)
FEI Solidarity - Les Chevaux qui pansent les plaies (Horses that heal wounds) (HAI)
The equestrian stars flew in from around the globe for a spectacular evening of glitz and glamour in the presence of over 350 distinguished guests, including National Federation representatives, FEI partners, VIPs and international media. On stage with Bo Derek and no stranger to success himself, was Puerto Rican actor and celebrated radio host Braulio Castillo Jr who served as master of ceremonies.
Congratulations to the winners and to all those in attendance, as well as the production teams from the UK and Puerto Rico.
The FEI Awards were launched in 2009 to put a spotlight on the men, women, young people and organisations that are making an outstanding contribution to the progress and excellence of equestrian sport – in or out of the arena.
This years awards ceremony was held at the Puerto Rico Museum of Arte in San Juan. Over 350 dignitaries and equestrian enthusiasts were in attendance with Braulio Castillo Jr. and Bo Derek as hosts. IMG and Cerebral Productions produced this years ceremony, along with El Guapo Cinema.
With so many worthy nominees already announced for our FEI Awards within the Longines Rising Star, Against All Odds, FEI Solidarity and Best Groom categories we now look to the brightest stars of our sport with the nominees of the Reem Acra Best Athlete Award to round up the week.
After a year of outstanding sporting achievements from our athletes across all disciplines it was an especially difficult task to create a shortlist of only four athletes.
More details and highlights from the ceremony to follow.
If you are a producer in need of services in Puerto Rico, contact Cerebral Productions and enjoy the best production experience possible.