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B-Reel Films London Signs Bastian Glaessner and Neil Huxley

B-Reel Films, 5 months, 1 week ago

Between the two the directors have worked on brands such as Ubisoft, UFC & DFT

B-Reel Films London Signs Bastian Glaessner and Neil Huxley

B-Reel Films in London announces the signing of two new directors to their roster. London- based, Bastian Glaesnner formerly of Blink, and Neil Huxley of Mothership and Digital Domain. 

Bastian Glaessner, renowned for his passion for storytelling with a human touch brings to B-Reel Films his unique sensibility for sowing emotions into captivating performances weaving commercial, fashion, and the arts into a beautiful cinematic tapestry. Glaessner’s impressive client list includes Coke, Cote d’Or, Audi, KFC, and Axe - the latter for which he earned a Cannes Titanium Lion with directing trio Lynn Fox.

Neil Huxley, working both in VFX and live action, has an exceptional technical eye for capturing stories in both the virtual and physical worlds. Huxley has worked across some of the most celebrated films, gaming trailers, and commercials including Avatar, Watchmen, the viral trailer for Transformers: The Fall of Cybertron, and ‘Revolution,’ the Emmy-nominated commercial for the historic Rousey v Holm UFC fight. 

“Both in their own unique ways, Bastian and Neil fit beautifully into our path toward becoming a nimble and strong production company with a roster to match,” say Margo Mars, MD of B-Reel Films in London. “Bastian has proven to be a solid partner for creatives on their campaigns, he has a great understanding of the creative process and techniques and a beady eye for crafting beautiful stories. South Londoner Neil Huxley is what we call a dark horse, he is fierce yet beautifully elegant, with a background in the depths of gaming and VFX, his live action spots blew me away."

Genre: People