‘When I Rise’ Website

‘When I Rise’ has it’s own micro-site! Check it out for the all the latest news on the award-winning film, including festival dates, screenings, reviews, press, EPK, photos, clips, and awards.  We’ll be updating this blog shortly with lots more.


March 5, 2010 at 1:44 pm Leave a comment

A Wake-Up Story

For two decades, Los Angeles-based Healthy Child, Healthy World has been leading a movement, empowering parents to protect their children from harmful chemicals.  Recognized as the leading organization in the space, they’ve written a best-selling book and have a huge army of supporters. Since 2007, Alpheus Media has been lucky enough to become their go-to partner for film and video storytelling.  The relationship has born a lot of fruit, with the creation of TV spots, short films, and documentary style pieces that Healthy Child uses to educate, inform, and inspire audiences. Recently, their goal was to create a showpiece, “cornerstone” film that could both explain the cause and tell their story in a compelling, emotional way. For this particular project, we settled in on a whimsical, storybook approach animated entirely in AfterEffects. The film premiered at a star-studded gala in Hollywood, and from all reports, the reaction was very positive. In the months since the screening, the film was released online within it’s own micro-site, and spread quickly across the social media landscape. ‘A Wake-Up Story‘ helped take their Facebook friends from 4,000 to over 28,000 and counting. 92,000 views on Vimeo and 26,000 views on Youtube (as of this writing)  have helped the organization capture attention and helped fuel the movement. We’re grateful to all the parenting blogs and social media sites for spreading ‘A Wake-Up Story’, and to Healthy Child for their trust in us. Now, go join the movement!

October 31, 2009 at 12:23 pm Leave a comment

‘Fighting Goliath’ Scores Top Film Festival Prizes, Airs on Sundance Channel

hamesmiller‘Fighting Goliath’ narrated by Robert Redford, was awarded the Sol D’Or (the Golden Sun) at the Barcelona International Environmental Film Festival, and the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award for Best Documentary Short at the Red Rock Film Festival. After public screenings around the country, ‘Fighting Goliath’  is currently airing on the Sundance Channel, and will air on PBS later this year. We’re also continuing to screen the film around the US, Canada, and Europe. For a complete news about the film including screenings near you, check out the official movie website, fightinggoliathfilm.com.

July 6, 2009 at 6:29 pm Leave a comment

LIVESTRONG: What Would You Say to Cancer?

The ‘Challenge Cancer’ campaign conceived and produced by Alpheus Media with our friends at LIVESTRONG has been getting some attention: more than 87,000 + views on Youtube, (and counting) posted to 60+ blogs, plus huge play across social networks (Twitter, Facebook) helped a very worthy cause. What would you say to cancer?

July 6, 2009 at 6:24 pm Leave a comment

On Networks: City By City Launches

8 weeks of research, 12 Asian cities, 60 days of on-location filming, and twelve weeks of post-production were the ingredients of “City by City”, a travel show launched online to rave reviews.

View the episodes here.

July 1, 2009 at 6:25 pm Leave a comment

University of Texas System Launches ‘State of Tomorrow’ Campaign

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We created print and web banner ads, produced five TV commercials and a 30-minute prime time documentary to educate the public about how higher education affects all of our lives. Visit the stateoftomorrow site to learn more.

July 1, 2009 at 6:17 pm Leave a comment

LIVESTRONG Global Cancer Campaign

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Over the last year, we’ve been helping LIVESTRONG (The Lance Armstrong Foundation) and Ogilvy PR tell the story of the global cancer campaign.  Our films and television spots are helping to encourage world leaders, NGOs, corporations and individuals to join them in the global fight against cancer. Visit livestrong.org to learn more.

July 1, 2009 at 6:04 pm Leave a comment

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