Experience the ‘Hands-On” learning of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Student team compete against each other live as they are given complex business tasks, variable data and a decision deadline. They face the real world in the world class academic setting.
Dictionary.com asked GG Films to pilot the Word Facts series. And one of the questions we asked is “Where did the # come from?”
GG Films was asked to brings its UltraMedia skills to pilot the use of video on Dictionary.com.
Explore the Dashboard The USC Marshall School of Business asked GG Films to help rebrand their IBEAR MBA program. The IBEAR Dashboard is one result. When you go to the home page, it shows you a Dashboard graphic. This takes you to a suite of 10 different films that let a prospective student or […]
GG Films created an image campaign video for Nicole David’s successful run for public office.
settings What’s the fastest fish in the ocean? How can some fish swim at such high speed? How can they see and think fast enough to even eat at those speeds? Stanford’s Steve Palumbi describes how fish adapt to be such sprinters. In concert with his book, ‘The Extreme Life of the Sea’ he explains […]
settings When USC wanted to bring it’s IBEAR MBA program into focus, they asked GG Films to create and execute an UltraMedia plan.
When it’s time for “UnShark Week” we’ve got the place for you!. Sharks are extreme, but there is a lot more in the ocean that’s extreme too. Read Stephan Palumbi’s “The Extreme Life of the Sea”. And if you’re an eBook fan, you’ll get an added bonus of eleven videos from GG Films.
The people of Worcester MA are on the front lines of the taking control of their energy use.
The Comeback Corals Dan Griffin’s photography illustrates Stanford Magazine’s cover story on coral research on the island of Ofu in American Samoa. The story, which focuses on how corals might survive global warming, is accompanied by a Microdocs™ video. Download Magazine Layout Robot Tidepools Video Explore the Microdocs series.