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Established in 2006, Caviar is a production company with offices in Brussels, Los Angeles, Paris, Amsterdam, London and Prague. Each office has a slightly different forte, whether it’s the comedic virals coming from the Los Angeles office or the award winning dramatic television series coming from Brussels – but it’s Caviar’s commitment to multiple time-zone collaborations and a stubborn ideology of thinking outside the box that’s made it unique and a growing force to be reckoned with on the international production stage.
Caviar engages around seventy-five full-time employees and hundreds more in top-notch freelance talent. In 2012, we cumulatively produced almost 400 tv and internet commercials, eighteen hours of television and close to 320 minutes of movies. For those of you who love numbers.
Ultimately, Caviar’s bottom line is storytelling. We’re driven by compelling characters, unexpected laughs, immersive atmospheres and provocative material and feel lucky to be in a business that trades in them.
Could not authenticate you.
Caviar London, Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels Welcomes Miguel Campaña
Miguel joins for commercial representation
Animated Music Video ‘Grief’ Explores Alienation, Detachment and Solitude
Caviar director Denisha Anderson teams up with animator Louise Saunders on promo for Joe Armon-Jones & Maxwell Owin
Tesco Hones in on the Magic of Eid for This Year’s Ramadan Campaign
BBH and Tesco team up with Muslim director Sasha Nathwani for the family focussed spot
Touching Film for TENA Goes Behind Closed Doors to Show the Reality of Family Carers
#NoLoveLikeIt from AMV BBDO and Caviar shines a light on the different experiences of caregiving to encourage greater support
Stromae Reveals the Secrets of His Colossal Show in Spot Produced with Caviar
The behind-the-scenes creation of Stromae's new tour was directed by Cyprien Delire and produced by Caviar
Work of the Week: 20/01/23
In a week that began with 'Blue Monday', the best work from Apple, McDonald's, VW and more provides plenty of reasons to smile, writes LBB's Ben Conway