Since launching Untitled in 2001, Co-Founders and Executive Producers Kristin Evans and Jim Evans have created a dynamic media group recognized for its talent, creative diversity, and ability to meet and exceed evolving technological demands. Through extensive relationships with agencies, brands, and film/TV studios, Untitled and its award-winning directors continue to create compelling entertainment that both excites audiences and builds worldwide brands.
Untitled’s award-winning roster includes an array of director’s that are known both nationally and internationally and who have worked with most of the world’s largest brands. Grant Heslov has been recognized with numerous awards for his 2017 and 2018 CIGNA campaigns for “TV Doctors of America”. In 2018 alone “TV Doctors of America” received a Cannes Gold Lion, a Golden Clio, The One Show Gold Pencil and an LIAA Gold award for the campaign. Heslov’s Nespresso “Coming Home” was also recognized on Adweek’s Top Ten Best Ads of 2017 list. Director Jillian Martin received a spot on Adweek’s Top 100 Directors in 2018. Her short film “Quota” received a spot on Adweek’s Best 25 Ads of 2018.
The roster includes directors: Paul Freedman, Grant Heslov, James Shaw, Jillian Martin, Tate Donovan, Adam Reed, Peter Rodger, Paul Santana, Juddy Talt, Robbie Norris, Marc Scholermann, Igor Borghi, Maurizio Zappettini and Jenna Laurenzo.
This combination of experience and talent uniquely positions Untitled as a go-to for many brands such as Apple, Intel, Volkswagen, Nespresso, Samsung, Mercedes, HP, Walgreens, Cadillac, Ford, Bank of America, Gatorade, Pepsi, as well as hundreds of others.
Merci Congo, one of Untitled’s more recent documentaries was directed by Emmy award winning director Paul Freedman and opened CES with Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich announcing Intel as 100% Conflict Free in 2016. Similarly, Untitled has created many other award winning and well recognized documentaries including American Revolutionaries which was the highest rated and most watched show on Ovation TV, and LA Contemporary which exhibit launched at the Getty Museum titled ‘Pacific Standard Time.’ Adweek described Jillian Martin’s 2018 short film ‘Quota’ as a “sci-fi mini-masterpiece…that looks like it could’ve been lifted directly from the mind of Ridley Scott.”