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Film & Multimedia

With technology today, everyone’s a filmmaker. However not everyone can tell a compelling story through film.  Port City has expertise in both narrative (pre-scripted w/actors) and documentary style filmmaking, and we’re not ashamed to say we’re pretty darn good at both. From conceptualizing, script writing, story boarding, casting, hiring, scheduling, filming, editing, and coffee running, we do it all. 

First Responders
Client: Chase Chevrolet

Project: Chase Chevrolet is a leading auto dealer in the Central Valley. As a vital part of our community, Chase wanted to create a campaign to show their appreciation to first responders while promoting GM’s first responder discount program. Our team recruited local first responders who recently purchased cars from Chase. 

SCK to LAX
Client: Stockton Metropolitan Airport

Project: Stockton Metropolitan Airport contracted with Port City Marketing to develop a campaign to promote the new United Airlines service to LAX. Messaging for the campaign included convenience of flying out to Stockton to LAX and all the new destinations available through an LAX connection.

Water Conservation PSAs
Client: City of Malibu

Project: During one of the worst droughts in recent memory, the City of Malibu contracted with Port City Marketing to produce four public service announcements bringing attention of the drought to Malibu residents, and educating them on ways to conserve water. The overall project included the PSAs, a City-Wide water conservation fair, and a rebrand of the City Water Programs. The PSAs were shown on local television and the City’s social media and digital channels.   

 

Tyger Tiger Burning Bright
Client: Pacific Athletics

Project: Pacific Athletics contracted with Port City Marketing to develop a brand story that better resonated with current student-athletes, recruits, coaches, and staff. This video was a part of the project. Since Dan has a weird obsession with the poet William Blake, he declared “we gotta include my boy Billy Blake’s The Tyger into this! It’s so perfect”. Internally we named the project Fearful Symmetry in honor of Blake and to reflect the struggle of student athletes as they pursue academic and athletic excellence. Dan is a nerd.