Sean Dunne, Braden King join Warpaint
Filmmakers [pictured] are the latest to join Morgan Spurlock’s commercial production company.
Morgan Spurlock’s commercial production company Warpaint has signed filmmakers Sean Dunne and Braden King for commercial representation.
Dunne won the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival best new documentary director award for Oxyana and amassed over 1m online hits for The Archive.
King has directed the likes of Here, which premiered at Sundance and Berlin, and Dutch Harbor, as well as short films such as the award-winning Home Movie.
Spurlock commented: “”Dunne and King each have uniquely beautiful aesthetics in their filmmaking. They are such gifted storytellers and I am ecstatic they have become part of Warpaint.”
“We are impressed with Dunne’s ability to tap into the heart of his subjects and King’s strong visual pedigree,” added Shannon Lords, managing director and executive producer of Warpaint.
Dunne and King join a list of award winning filmmakers represented by Warpaint that includes Gary Hustwit, Rupert Wyatt, Damien Toogood, Adam Lisagor, Michael Tucker, Petra Epperlein and Maggie Choo.
Warpaint was founded in 2012 to create groundbreaking advertising and entertainment experiences across multiple platforms. Founding partners include Spurlock, Lords, Keith Calder and Jeremy Chilnick.