In 1956, Joan Anderson flew home to Australia for the Christmas holidays and was fascinated to find her old friends joyously swiveling their hips in bamboo exercise rings.
Wondros directing duo Chris Riess and Amy Hill, better known as Riess|Hill, celebrate the official selection of “Hula Girl” at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.
The winner of the BEST CONCEPT of the 2018 BMVAs is: “Second Hand Lovers” by Oren Lavie!
Wondros Directors Chris Riess and Amy Hill, professionally known as Riess|Hill, provide a new take on Mother’s Day storytelling in Teleflora’s newly released campaign, “Love Makes a Mom.”
On the heels of their SXSW Music Videos Jury Award, Wondros celebrates Director Ellis Bahl’s selection at the prestigious Berlin Music Video Festival…
Emotions run high in these Mother’s Day ads from Teleflora that focus on moms raising their children in situations that pose unique challenges.
The original Hula-Hoop girl is sitting in a café wearing a leopard-lined jacket, gold-painted nails, and Revlon lipstick in a shade called Orange Flip.
The late Wayne Deforest Anderson and Joan Anderson, now 94 and the oldest person featured in a film at Tribeca, were the couple who brought the original bamboo Hula Hoop to this country from Joan’s native country of Australia.
Riess/Hill--the groundbreaking husband-and-wife directorial duo of Chris Riess and Amy Hill--is about to make its first showing at the Tribeca Film Festival, set to debut the documentary short Hula Girl on April 19.
The #SXSW Music Videos Jury Award goes to “Second Hand Lovers” - Oren Lavie directed by Oren Lavie.
Wondros has brought Sophie Gold aboard its leadership team as executive producer.