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Bruce St. Clair signs to PULSE films

Global content studio Pulse Films has today announced the signing of award-winning director Bruce St. Clair to its Commercials roster in North America. 

Known best for his ambitious Commercials work with brands which include Mercedes, IKEA, Audi, Mini, Kia and Fiat to name a few, Bruce’s style is unmistakable, exciting and distinct. His talent to expertly deploy intricate and complex VFX into his films, while preserving authenticity and emotion has proven to be a potent combination for the films he creates.

Bruce’s diverse output has won a plethora of awards and has been celebrated at industry leading ceremonies like Cannes Lions, D&AD’s and the Clios.

Bruce St. Clair commented: “Pulse Films is the ultimate multi-disciplinary and future facing company to be a part of.  I wanted to be somewhere that believes in high production values but that is also a hub for talent.  As a studio Pulse Films is  building huge momentum in the US.  Davud and the team have an innate judgement of good creativity when it comes to seeking opportunities and setting their filmmakers up for success through the production process. I am proud to be part of the family.”

Davud Karbassioun added: “Bruce has a fantastic and fresh body of work, which we have long admired. He effortlessly integrates high end visual effects through a beautifully cinematic lens, but above all his work has a real perspective and personality which we love.  Whether it’s provocative or unapologetically charming, he is a rare combination of skills as a filmmaker.  Above all he’s a gent and we’re excited to welcome him to Pulse Films USA.

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