Lo-Res version of the most recent image campaign I developed and directed with some old friends from The WB days…There’s a great appreciation for this kind of work from the group at the CW. They believe in branding, in making a strong visual statement with their characters and actors. I feel blessed to work with [...]
Director: Matthew Fife / VP – CW Design: Mark Evans / Creative Director/Consultant: Matthew Fife / DP: Billy Dickson, ASC / Editor: Rob Franklin This is just a low-res rough cut for viewing purposes only. Hi-res version to come soon…Matt
Director: Matthew Fife Produced by: M. Fife (Warner Music UK)
Directed by Matthew Fife for NBC-Universal, House Productions, Fox.
Directed by Matt Fife, Cinematography by Predrag Dubravcic, Steadicam by Kevin Rafferty, Music by The Dead Weather (Shot on the RED ONE). On an ambitious afternoon between Chinatown and Alphabet City, Lower East Side, we set out to capture Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) in a New York “state of mind.” The show’s production was shooting [...]
Director/Producer: Matt Fife, DP: Bob Humphreys, Philip M. Cross. Music: “The Daily Mail” by Radiohead. (Shot on the Alexa and Phantom camera). This piece represents my director’s cut from the Terra Nova shoot I completed this past July in Brisbane, Australia. It was an “impossible” single day of coverage with ten cast members. Though we [...]
Directed by Matt Fife, Cinematography by Gale Tattersall (Shot on 35mm). Shooting a Super Bowl commercial can often translate to mass hysteria and runaway budgets. We did see a long day of shooting, but kept the budget lean and mean as we recreated a prison escape in the underbelly of the Rose Bowl. I formulated [...]
Directed by Matt Fife, Cinematography by Ramsey Nickell (Shot on 35mm, MiniDV, HDCAM). Driving scenes directed by Greg Yaitanes. DRIVE told a story of ordinary people chosen to drive in an illegal cross-country road race. Some drivers volunteered for the high stakes while others were forced into the race through circumstance or extortion. This tease [...]