Dark Energy is excited to be signing the amazing talent that is Cole Vincent Schreiber.
Cole started out by teaching himself to use Flame and got pretty good at it. In a short period of time he found himself working on VFX for major brands like Adidas, Nintendo and Playstation. His talent was recognised by The Mill NY and was recruited to become one of their lead artists. His VFX work led to projects being recognised at Cannes, D&AD and other industry award shows.
While his love of pixel pushing remained, the desire to develop his own stories grew. Being a literature major with expertise in visual artistry there was a natural progression to combine these passions into directing. Several of his films went viral drawing attention from countless publications such as Atlantic monthly, Yahoo News, Indiewire and Filmmaker magazine, Vimeo Staff Picks, and NPR. Even Anthony Bourdain became a fan, calling Mission Chinese, the film shot in SF’s famed eponymous restaurant “…great great great. Awesome film…”
Cole was recommended to Matt Brown by Electric Theatre Collective’s Lee Pavey, who knew Cole from previously working together at The Mill and then subsequently from Cole doing all the post work for his film “Tropic” at Electric Theatre Collective. Lee said "Cole is one of most exciting new talents we have worked with at Electric Theatre since opening our doors. His ability to shoot great performances and build drama combined with his extensive VFX knowledge means he really is a talent who can do anything”.
His style is best described as visual and evocative, always with a great story at its heart.
Read Cole's interview with David Reviews by following this link: