Craftsmanship Sims, President of 11:24 Plan reports an energizing, new bright one sheet publication his organization intended for George Lucas and Lucasfilm for "Red Tails" motion picture opening January 20, 2012.
Red Tails is the tale of the Tuskegee Aviators, the main African-American pilots to fly in a battle squadron amid World War II featuring Terrence Howard and Cuba Gooding, Jr.
Sims has been making the most intense and questionable print promotion battles for honor winning element movies running from Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, Make the best decision, When The Levees Broke, Lottery Ticket, Passing Abnormal and If God Willing And The Brook Don’t Rise.
"It was a respect to outline the Red Tails battle for Lucasfilm. My objective was to make the best notice crusade ever intended for Lucasfilm. Since Red Tails is the epic anecdote about the Tuskegee Aviator, I chose to made an activity pressed picture that portrayed the risky flying dogfights missions the Tuskegee Pilot effectively won each time amid World War II. They never lost a battle!"
About Craftsmanship Sims and 11:24 Outline
11:24 Plan foreseen the urbanization of American culture. At the point when Craftsmanship Sims understood that what was once considered specialty advertising (urban) was quick getting to be distinctly perceived as the standard business standard. With his multicultural group, Sims worked with some of Hollywood’s top movie producers, including George Lucas, Spike Lee, Steven Spielberg, and Quincy Jones. He made the permanent pictures seen for motion picture notices and print advertisement crusades of various movies, including Malcolm X, Make the best choice, Wilderness Fever, Swindled, Love & B-ball, When the Levees Broke to Steven Spielberg’s The Shading Purple.
Media Audits on Red Tails Film Notice
http://www.slashfilm.com/red-tails-notice guarantees highflying-activity/
http://www.ineedmyfix.com/2011/08/24/red-tails-gets-an awesome blurb and-a-second trailer/
For more data or meetings with Workmanship Sims, contact Edna Sims at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310.827.9727.