Scott Weintrob is now on BULLITTs roster, bringing high action storytelling to the team. Weintrob's special blend of high octane directing has manifested itself in global spots for Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Lenovo, Cadillac, Volvo, and Acura. His work on Walkers for Abbot Mead Vikers BBDO was awarded at Cannes, D&AD and the Creative Circle Awards.
"Scott is a unique talent and his impressive work in both short and long-form makes him an ideal complement to our filmmaker roster,” says BULLITT Director/Co-Founder Justin Lin. “On a personal note, I am thrilled that he’s joined BULLITT as his blend of narrative fearlessness and high octane automotive skills are second to none."
“It’s great to be in the company of the directors at BULLITT, and to be a part of a studio that is both massively creative and strategic,” comments Weintrob. “I admire the integrity and intelligence Bullitt brings to the conversation. I’m very excited to be here.”
Having directed four seasons of the massively popular Top Gear for the BBC Weintrob before moving to the US continuing to his passion for storytelling and cars on these shores.
Now he's exploring a different aspect of street culture: Weintrob is currently helming a definitive streetwear feature documentary on the influence of Bobby Hundreds that was filmed in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul, featuring interviews with artists including ASAP Rocky and fashion luminaries like Tommy Hilfiger.
BULLITT is a filmmakers' collective and creative studio, founded by creators for creators, and situated at the nexus of entertainment and advertising. With the conviction that storytelling is the most powerful form of messaging, their work utilizes whatever technology is necessary to target a market - or create one - and break down the barriers that stand between an advertiser and their desired audience. BULLITT is known for its leadership in the development of experiences for brands, from commercial campaigns to VR. The filmmaker collective is known for talent at the intersection of entertainment and advertising.