Discussions are high from the anticipated release of Elsa and friends in Frozen 2 and the (not so) hidden messages and plot twists of the movie. Our very own embodiment of female empowerment Milana Karaica talks diversity, the struggle to success as a woman in creative industries and what we can really take away from the Disney motion picture.Continue reading “Founder Milana Karaica Speaks on Female Empowerment in Frozen 2”
How is the movement in equal representation shaping the future of our society? Live-action director and diversity and inclusion advocate Anthony Dziworshie explores how this positive shift we’re finally witnessing on-screen is moulding the tomorrow off-screen for our generations to come.Continue reading “Black History Month: Representation”
Our industry is changing, and for the better. We have a long way still to go but we’re getting there, together. Director and diversity and inclusion advocate Fausto Becatti put his thoughts to virtual paper as he discusses the impactful choices we have as creatives and influencers, the potential positive effect this can have on our audience and how we can ensure that we’re working to be mindful of the media we’re creating, allowing everyone to feel included and empowered.Continue reading “A Case For Diversity”
“You may not think so from looking at me – a heavily tattooed guy with an oversized beard, but… my ‘nerdism’ is that of many an 80-year-old lady: I embroider. Yup, needle, thread and cloth kind of embroider… and I bloody love it!Continue reading “Getting Down and NERDy: Brett De Vos – Embroidery”
You have to feed imagination from a young age. Encourage those ideas, build on that creative vision and spark new ones as you go along, it’s all part of the process. But how far will you go to make yourself stand out?Continue reading “NEWS: It’s Your Time To Break Through… Calling All Student Creatives!”
To signify 2019’s International Women’s Day, photographer and diversity advocate Yana Binaev‘s documentary photojournalism project launched with TMRW Magazine, designed to reveal the uplifting stories of eleven incredible, influential ladies who have made their mark and written their destiny despite a bumpy journey, including the woman at the heart of NERD’s core, our founder Milana Karaica.Continue reading “Get to Know: NERD’s Woman of Power, Milana Karaica”
What do you think of when you think of International Women’s Day? Do you think of freedom, equality, the history behind the monumental day itself?Continue reading “NERD Says… #WeAreEqual”
NERD Productions are extremely thrilled to reveal the latest addition to our ever-growing roster, established and inspired live action director Brett De Vos.
With a background in both performance and cinematography, Brett became a perfectly fitting member of the NERD family as he expressed his interest and desire in producing empowering work that promotes a positive message specifically related to gender, orientation, body-image, class and freedom of self-expression.
As strong and active advocates for diversity and inclusion, we at NERD believe it is important to keep up the conversation of change, therefore sharing with you Brett’s unboxing of society’s conformity.
NERD Productions Director Fausto Becatti received an incredible response to his new breakthrough piece, ‘Be Indie’, including a 5-star review from notorious advertising critics site David Reviews. Here, we take you behind the scenes of the phenomenally outspoken and incredibly diverse two-minute film…
Our freshly launched director Hayley Morris stands for everything that we envision here at NERD – gender equality in the industry, encouraging young talent and crafting visually stunning work – that’s why we’re diving deeper into Hayley’s inspiring, handcrafted world to discover more about how she became the thriving success that she is today.