From Content Development to Production and Post services, we bring unparalleled experience and expertise in the making of feature films, commercials, international TV programs, digital content, and corporate videos.
The CREATV Company is Vietnam’s longest established private production service company.- Othello Khanh, Founder & MD
With offices in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City – Saigon) and affiliate companies in the region, we work with international and local agencies to servicea network of clients locally and around the world.
Othello is Managing Director at the Creatv Company. Award winning writer, director, producer. Born and raised in Paris, France in 1964, son of fashion icon Emmanuelle KHANH and renaissance man Quasar KHANH. Started career in 1984 at RSC&G and Publicis Conseil leading French advertising agencies. His passion for film making led him to study at ESRA Paris before working in film and commercial productionand as cameraman, editor and director for French television channels TF1, A2, FR3.
Othello moved to Mexico in 1993 and shot, directed & produced the Latino American Studies Association Merit in Film award winner documentary “Ballads without a Face” featuring legendary rebel leader Sub commander Marcos. The distribution of his film led him to Los Angeles in 1995 where he got active with the Latino community and screened his film at the AFI Film Fest 95.
Landed in Ho Chi Minh City in October 95 – during a solar eclipse, which inspired his 2007 Houston WorldFest Special Jury Award winning feature “Saigon Eclipse”. Directed the first TV commercials in Vietnam for brands such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Unilever and P&G before founding the one-stop-shop: CREATV Company the most renowned motion picture, TV and commercials production house in Vietnam with prestigious international clients such as Warner, CBS and Paramount Pictures.
In 2011 Othello wrote, directed and produced in collaboration with Cinétévé (Paris) the 52 minutes documentary “Florence Cassez, the ultimate recourse” shot in France and Mexico. The broadcast on National French Network France 5 eventually led to free the innocent woman from a 93 years jail sentence. Othello co-wrote and co-produced the 90 minutes documentary “the tale of An Phuc House”, Award winner of the Best Feature Documentary film at the 2013 New York City International Film Festival and Jury Award at Vietnam’s 18th National Film Festival in Nam Dinh.
He has worked in the creative, marketing and production industry for almost 22 years.
Daniel started his career in London, working in client service at two of the best agencies in the world, DMB&B (IMP) and then Bates Dorland.
He develops digital business strategy for brands and multi-platform programs for Broadcasters.
He’s also in charge of the strategic development of the company.
In 1994, he went back to France, where he began producing for television and was in charge of new media and multi-platform development of television programs for top French production companies including Ardisson & Lumière and Coyote Productions.
In 2000 he launched 121 Productions, a firm that specializes in the creation of portfolios for intellectual property assets, related to traditional television formats and interactive audio-visual programs for digital television. He has been managing 121 Productions for 16 years.
During this period, he developed the prime time hit TV comedy series “Camera Café” for the M6 French TV Channel that he co-produced with Canal Plus’ Expand Group. This short scripted comedy series has become a worldwide reference and the format owned by 121 Productions was sold in more than 60 countries.
Outside his creative media knowledge, Eric is an experienced entrepreneur and manager with a strong expertise in business development.
In 1988, he founded a training company that specializes in the delivery of tailor-made and strategically aligned executive coaching for self-development in the corporate sector.
In 2002 he created, managed and patented the technological and editorial Vice Versa Solution the which allows content management of interactive videos on digital video broadcasting platforms (Open TV, Media Highway).
In 2011, he developed the Concept Car MEWE, created by the French designer Jean-Marie Massaud in collaboration with Toyota Europe Design Development and Toyota Japan.
And most recently, before joining The CREATV Company, he developed with the French pharmaceutical laboratory Servier an exclusive mobile app to train health care practitioners changing health behavior by enhancing patient motivation.