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Columbia, SC, December 27, 2013 - Pandoodle's work with several talented filmmakers will showcase the company's technology in theaters and at film festivals nationwide in 2014. Outlined below are just a couple of our great projects. Be sure to catch them at a screen near you!
From the Rough: Based on the true story of Coach Catana Starks, From the Rough opens on an unfunded, unpopular initiative: the new Tennessee State University men’s golf team. Through creative recruiting, unflinching determination, and unconventional coaching, Coach Starks leads the team to the 2005 Minority Collegiate Golf Championship. From the Rough is produced by Gyre Entertainment, an entertainment production and distribution company focused on urban contemporary films.
Warrior Road: Warrior Road is an adventure of the soul. Three young men knock off a juke joint in the lowcountry of South Carolina and flee up the coast to Myrtle Beach. As one of them reckons with a dark past, the journey becomes a quest for strength and courage—and a nuanced road from boy to man. Warrior Road is produced by Charliewood Pictures, LLC, a production and investment company focused on promoting South Carolina-based feature films.
With offices in Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, New York, and Columbia, SC, Pandoodle develops and implements technologies that make media more valuable. The company’s media customization platform and marketplace, Voolio, enables dynamic native brand placement. Using Voolio, content owners can earn significantly earn more money from their videos by incorporating computer-generated brand placements into them. Brands can better reach consumers by uploading advertising directly into videos that appears native to the original content, indistinguishable from the host film. Pandoodle also develops and implements technologies that power video games, personalizable animation, transmedia solutions, amusement park attractions, and other media products. In aggregate, the Pandoodle team has built more than nine new ventures, holds more than thirty patents, and has won six Emmy awards.