MRB Productions

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MRB Productions is a film and television production company focused on independent features, television shows, television specials, and commercials.

Awards[edit]

2013[edit]

The Truth About Emanuel [Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes] chosen as an official Sundance Selection.

2012[edit]

The Confession wins Webby for Best Drama.

The Confession wins Webby for People's Voice Award.

2011[edit]

MRB was nominated for an Emmy for the 2011 NBA Draft Open featuring Adele.

MRB wins New York Festivals World Medal for 2011 NBA Draft Tease.

2010[edit]

MRB received two Emmy nominations for the 2010 NBA Draft Open featuring the music of Michael Buble.

2008[edit]

2008 International Broadcasting Award for 2007 NBA Finals Open

2007[edit]

In 2007, MRB Productions received six Sports Emmy nominations, including recognition of MRB Directors Mark Teitelman and Rico Labbe. MRB scored all four nominations in the "Outstanding Production Design/Art Direction" category. All four nominated pieces were produced in part by MRB Productions, which guarantees a win in the category. The nominated pieces include:

MRB also received two nominations in another category, "Outstanding Open/Tease" which include:

  • Super Bowl XL piece The Places You Will Go featuring Harrison Ford on ABC directed by Mark Teitelman and produced by Matt Brady
  • NBA Basketball Hall of Fame piece on ABC directed by Mark Teitelman and produced by Matt Brady

2004[edit]

MRB was nominated for three Emmy awards in 2004 for their Monday Night Football Opens and won the Emmy for "Outstanding Live Sports Series" for Monday Night Football.

2003[edit]

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences nominated MRB Productions for three Emmy Awards in 2003, including the award for "Outstanding Opening/Tease" with Monday Night Football’s The Pitch featuring Dennis Hopper and won an Emmy for "Outstanding Production Design/Art Direction" for their Monday Night Football tease.





Filmography[edit]

2016 Night Stalker Film Megan Griffiths Lou Diamond Phillips, Bellamy Young,
2012 Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes Film Francesca Gregorini Jessica Biel, Kaya Scodelario, Alfred Molina
2011 Hero Dog Awards TV Award Show Mark "T-Man" Teitelman Carson Kressley, Betty White, Paula Abdul, Peter Fonda, Mickey Rooney
2011 Just Dance Kids 2 Video Game Jeremy Haft
2011 Grassroots Film Stephen Gyllenhaal Jason Biggs, Joel David Moore, Lauren Ambrose, Cobie Smulders, Tom Arnold, Cedric the Entertainer
2011 The Confession Web Series Brad Mirman John Hurt, Kiefer Sutherland
2011 The Exquisite Continent Documentary Stephen Gyllenhaal Paul Walling, Nicholas Guilak
2009 X Games 3D: The Movie Film Steve Lawrence Travis Pastrana, Ricky Carmichael, Shaun White
2007 Free Radio TV Series Peter Siaggas Lance Krall, Anna Vocino, Sarah Baker
2006 Ricky Bobby: Sports Century Short Neil Mandt Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly
2006 Lance is a Jerk Short Mark "T-Man" Teitelman Lance Armstrong, Larry Miller, Rainn Wilson
2006 I Trust You To Kill Me Documentary Manu Boyer David Beste, Kiefer Sutherland, Rocco DeLuca and the Burden
2006 The Other Mall TV Movie David Hornsby, Lisa Arturo, Ken Baumann, Ralph Garman
2005 Hoosiers II: Senior Year Short Mark "T-Man" Teitelman Tadpole Triplett, Kathy Wagner

References[edit]

Source Creative, "The Whole Blooming Brady Bunch" [1] IMDB Credits [2] "I Trust You to Kill Me" [3] Shoot Online [4] Adweek [5]