TEI Produces More Quick-Turn Corporate Films

Posted on October 17, 2019

This month, TEI teams will be crossing the country to produce a series of corporate documentary films for Thomson Reuters – a Canadian multinational media company. “We’ll be turning these films in a little more than a week,” laughed senior producer and director Scott Takeda. “It seems that word has gotten out that we can… Read more »

TEI Produces Narrative Opening Film

Posted on September 12, 2019

This month, our creative team begins work on a narrative short film for Thomson Reuters. Based in Toronto, the company is an information company that helps companies with taxes, accounting, legal, government relations, and even news and media. This film will premiere at their 2019 meeting in the 4th Quarter. “I’m very excited about this… Read more »

TEI Produces Marketing Film

Posted on August 1, 2019

This month our crews are shooting in Chicago and Denver for a marketing film for Astellas, a leading pharmaceutical company from Japan. We’ll be helping them launch a new initiative for their oncology division. “It’s nice to be working with them again,” said producer Scott Takeda. “We had done a series of quick turn patient… Read more »

TEI Produces Six Films for CHRISTUS Health

Posted on June 7, 2019

Our team of creatives start production on a series of six films for CHRISTUS Health, and international Catholic-based health system that includes hospitals and clinics throughout the southern United States, Mexico and South America. “I’m so excited to be partnering up with CHRISTUS Health again,” said producer Scott Takeda. “In previous years, we’ve traveled with… Read more »

TEI Produces Quick-Turn Pharma Film

Posted on May 15, 2019

This week, our creative team is embarking on “Mission Impossible,” or in our case, “no problem.” We’ve been contracted to produce a high-end, quick-turn film that we will start and finish in four days. As we write this, our field teams are on their way out to the east coast to begin filming at the… Read more »

Mid-Spring Film Update

Posted on May 6, 2019

After 22 months, we are happy to say that we are wrapped on all production of “Remembering Us,” a 35-minute short film we produced with BS Filmworks. Last weekend, co-writer/director Scott Takeda hosted a private cast-and-crew screening of the film at Denver Film Society’s Sie Film Center. The main cast traveled from LA and New… Read more »

TEI Begins Production on John Deere Film

Posted on April 17, 2019

This week, our crews are prepping to fly to the Midwest to film a product reveal for an upcoming autumn show. “In our business, it’s a bit unusual to have this much pre-production time,” says director Scott Takeda. “But we’re really looking forward to going through all the casting, writing, and scheduling steps to make sure… Read more »

TEI Kicks Off 2019 With Maui Film Shoot

Posted on January 6, 2019

We hit the ground running in the new year, producing a quick turnaround film for Elite Hearing Network. Our crews will be on-location in Maui filming footage that we’ll be quickly editing into a motivational film that will debut at the Elite annual meeting at the end of the month. “We may be working in… Read more »

TEI Begins Winter Shoot Preparation

Posted on November 13, 2018

This month, Takeda Entertainment finishes out the year with its partnership with BS Filmworks on the autobiographical film “Remembering Us.”  TEI principal Scott Takeda co-directs with his wife and long-time TEI contributor Lori Kay Allred. The film retells the story of his 2016 traumatic brain injury from the perspective of both the patient and the caregiver. “We… Read more »

TEI Prepping Autumn Film Shoot

Posted on October 24, 2018

This month, Takeda Entertainment continues its partnership with BS Filmworks for the fourth of five 2018 shoots of the autobiographical film “Remembering Us.” Like the previous shoots, principal Scott Takeda will co-direct with Lori Kay Allred. Returning for the Autumn shoot are the three leads – all with recent bookings. Mike Ostroski recently booked ABC’s “The… Read more »