Our creative director, Mathew Huck, spent two years on a documentary film crew. In his time on the project he worked various positions and accomplished many things.
"The Great Experiment, CSU at 150" is a full-length documentary about the history of Colorado’s land-grant university, produced in honor of Colorado State University’s 150th birthday. Three years in the making it includes newly digitized film and video including a CSU/CU football game from 1919.
Our team won a Telly Award for "Best Documentary of 2020"
As the assistant of the documentary film producer Frank Boring our lead creative, Mathew Huck, aided in collecting and allocating the funds raised to produce the film. In order to produce the film the team raised over 1.5 million dollars.
One of the most abstract and difficult aspects of this project was categorizing and digitizing every film medium dating back to 1920. Our team was a part of the digitization process not only in watching and deciding what would be needed for the final production, but also in the preservation of Fort Collins and Colorado State University's history.
Used to promote the final film and enduce interest in the student populaton at CSU.