Chatsby Films Brings Home the Coveted Norman Liss Award at the 34th Annual Big W Awards.

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At the 34th annual Big W Awards, hosted by the Advertising Club of Westchester, Chatsby Films won the coveted Norman Liss Best of Public Service Award for their Jane Tuesday Eat Your Colors PSAs, which are currently airing on PBS and Sesame Street. The company also won awards in three other catagories: TV Commercial-Single Spot for (JP McHale Pest Management), TV Commercial-Campaign (Guide Communications) and the Non Broadcast Video for a project produced for Historic Hudson Valley.

The company has already garnered a Telly Award and a Videographer Award this year. In 2004 the company earned seven awards for its broadcast and industrial work including a Telly Award, two Aurora Awards, two Communicator Awards, a Videographer Award and an Omni Award.

Since taking up residence in its new Westchester home last spring, next to the Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill’s burgeoning creative district, the company has fast been establishing itself as a premiere provider of digital media and content for businesses in the tri-state area.

Chatsby Films specializes in creative development, production and multi format delivery of Corporate and Industrial Marketing and Advertising media, including commercials, training and marketing videos, B-Roll, streaming media for delivery on DVD/CD and a variety of digital and analogue platforms, digital photography, Design and Corporate ID, Print and Static Media. The Chatsby Films is a creative, collaborative powerhouse, whose combined abilities, impressive credentials, technical excellence and strategic partners creates an infrastructure for superb results.

As well as developing its new clientele, the company continues to work with existing city and regional clients including: Credit Suisse/First Boston, Somerset Hills Learning Institute, C&C Visual, Festival Five Records, Heather Henson, Sesame Street, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, Idiot Box Productions, Modern Media, Ayache/Salama--Paris, Mika Sareola—Paris.

Chatsby Films creative broadcast projects are on the rise. The company’s recent collaboration with Dan Zanes & Friends, provided an opportunity to work in a musical environment producing a series of music videos enjoying substantial success on kid’s network Noggin and won a 2004 Aurora & Communicator Awards. Recently Director of Photography and managing partner Kevin Burke shot segments for Craft Corner Death Match a new series from Idiot Box Productions for Style Channel.

The company has just wrapped on All Star Alphabet, a new video produced for Sesame Workshop & Sony Wonder. The project stars Stephen Colbert (The Daily Show) as the “Letter Z” and Nicole Sullivan (Mad TV & King of Queens) as the “Letter A.” Co-produced by Sesame Workshop and Chatsby Films’ managing partners Kevin Burke and Adam Matalon. All Star Alphabet, directed by Matalon, will be released on Video and DVD in August by Sony Wonder and continues the strong relationship between Sesame Workshop and Chatsby Films, who also produce the award winning Jane Tuesday for the multi Emmy winning PBS series.

Chatsby Films is also proud to announce that it has opened the doors to their new French office in Paris. Headed by French managing partner Sarah Matalon, Chatsby Films Paris will focus specifically on the acquisition and development of English and French language feature projects for international co-production.


Adam Matalon




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