REPRESENTATION

© 2020 by The Roske Agency

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    THE NUMBERS

    Budgets from $1k to $1.5m

    Brent Roske was a Creative Director at NBC Universal for ten years, then another three at MJA Advertising in Beverly Hills. The Roske Agency utilizes the best teams in entertainment and advertising to bring your vision to life including Golden Globe, Emmy and Oscar winning talent and production crews.

    We'll produce content for you on the platform that fits you and your brand best. Online, mobile, broadcast television or theatrical. People Magazine, the Hollywood Reporter and many more covered our PSA for Justice 4 Vets with Martin Sheen, Alison Janney and the rest of the cast of The West Wing, released at Warner Brothers' and then rolled out nationwide on broadcast, cable and online.

     
     
     
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    THE MISSION

    Ideation to Production

    If you're already underway, we can provide production support as well. Brent recently produced the Arkansas portion of a $1.2 million feature, edited a music video and was on commercial productions for Pella Windows as the 1st AD and as the 2nd AD for Hyvee. 

     

     

     

     

    Photo: Roske directing the grand opening spots for the $320 million Morongo Resort in Palm Springs, California with Director of Photography Allen Daviau (5-time Academy Award nominee for E.T., Bugsy, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun, Avalon)

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    THE FACTS

    All platforms on all devices.

    Another project for veterans was a 3 minute piece for Got Your 6, hosted by Gavin DeGraw with national TV coverage on Extra, Access Hollywood and more. For political campaigns we've designed print, web and tv spots - as well as been the Iowa Chair and Iowa Deputy Chair for two Presidential campaigns - and our recent feature film about the Iowa caucuses, 'Courting Des Moines', is now on Amazon

    We produced a 5 minute piece for the United Nations and World Heritage Sites, hosted by legendary film producer Frank Marshall (Bourne Series, Indiana Jones, Seabisquit). To use footage of Harrison Ford from his iconic role and the famous theme music from Indiana Jones we needed approvals at the highest level: "Tell Brent he did a great job on this." - Steven Speilberg