With the increasing demand of creative content from our clients, The CREATV Company provides every aspect of creative content development services for scripted and non-scripted formats. Our two decades of experience in the market and our storytelling background gives us the unique opportunity to develop and create relevant, edgy and pioneering content.
Our team is brimming with talented writers, directors, designers, and composers, all with extensive track records in the development and production of feature films, television programs, corporate films, music videos, TV commercials, branded entertainment, web series, and viral videos.
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|We want to look for the real stories of these 3 guys/girls. They don’t need to be famous. They just need to have interesting and inspiriting stories. We want to tell the stories for 3 individuals, what they have been through in order to keep their passion alive. We want to inspire the youngster to follow their dreams, and always PUSH FOR PASSION.|
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A social online campaign, meeting real people sharing their life challenges and how they overcome it because Real life never stops. Stories that genuinely engage in people’s lives, stories that show that we genuinely care, showing situations that are heart wrenching but ultimately offer hope.
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Offshore installation documentation for Russian Oil and Gas Giant
The Phu My Bridge is the first major privately-funded project of its kind in the country. It was designed and constructed by BBBH, a consortium of Germany’s Bilfinger Berger Civil and the Australian company, Baulderstone Hornibrook. Their client was the Phu My Bridge Corporation, a private Vietnamese group with a 30-year license to operate the bridge. Drawing on their previous experience building large-scale cable-stayed bridges in Vietnam and around the world, BBBH was able to complete the project months ahead of schedule and within budget. Construction started in February 2007, and the bridge was opened to traffic in September 2009. The Phu My Bridge now stands as a new landmark in the city, one that connects Vietnam’s present to its exciting future on the world stage.
The video was produced by Créa TV, pioneer of time lapse technology in Vietnam, as introduction of director Othello Khanh’s Vietnam 2020 film project.
Did you know that according to the United Nations, “1.24 million people die every year on the world’s roads“, that is 3,500 victims every day ? Créa TV decided to take action and fight this epidemic by creating a road safety campaign to support the Asia Injury Prevention (AIP) Foundation and the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.
Créa TV’s Managing Director, Othello KHANH joined forces with Director/Animator Philippe MASSONNET to craft the “Signs of Life” campaign. Episode 01 focused on Pedestrian Safety is the pilot of a larger series that aims to show that taking safety precautions can help us to prevent road traffic crashes. “We are our own engines of change that will make our roads safer” said Mirjam Sidik, AIP Foundation’s CEO. This initial episode was produced in English and Vietnamese.
Créa TV and AIP Foundation are now looking for partners to support the development the series and broaden its reach across the globe.
Please contact us to learn how you too can contribute to making our roads safer.
A young couple just had a tragedy. As they came back to their home, they begin to see changes. The wife, still grieving for her loss, is starting to act differently. The house suddenly is affected by unknown forces. The husband is helping his wife through this difficult time, keeping things together, and trying to getting back to normal living but is losing the battle, which becoming more and more frightening. As things became more desperate, he fights for their home, all the while trying to solve the terrifying secrets of this house in the alley before it is too late.
It’s been more that six long years that French woman Florence Cassez is in prison in Mexico, convicted for kidnapping to 60 years of imprisonment but she claims her innocence. Directors Patrice du Tertre and Othello Khanh went to Mexico where they met Florence, and a number of witnesses in the case. They explored new avenues, ignored or not exploited to date and relevant new evidence which confirms the dysfunctional Mexican justice in the first trial Cassez in May 2008. She was then sentenced to 96 years that were reduced to 60 years after a retrial. After losing her appeal in February 8, 2011, she was left with a last resort: the decision of the Mexican Supreme Court. The case is in the hands of 5 judges of the High Court, independent of the executive…
Saigon Eclipse is a full length 35mm feature film shot entirely on Location in Vietnam, inspired by the historic and famous “Tales of Kieu” by Nguyen Du. Directed by Créa TV partner Othello Khanh, the film is one of Vietnam’s biggest domestic productions to date. Khanh, Créa TV and Executive Producer Doug Dales assembled a powerhouse production team and an all-star cast of local and international stars.
Please see the Saigon Eclipse Website for more information: www.saigoneclipse.com
Saigon Eclipse” takes place in present day Ho Chi Minh City. It is inspired by the characters and themes of Nguyen Du’s 19th century masterpiece “The Story of Kieu”, a work considered to be the most important epic poem written in Vietnamese. This ancient story relates the destiny of a young, beautiful and talented Vietnamese woman who sacrifices herself for her family.
This epic poem chronicles the fate of Kieu, a beautiful young girl, who soon after her secret engagement, returns home to find her father is about to be imprisoned on trumped up charges. Kieu offers herself in payment for her father’s debt without fully understanding the ramifications of the decision. A stunning and tragic story of loyalty and the perils of beauty, it was written as an allegory for Nguyen Du’s beautiful country Vietnam, which has often been possessed and abused by others.
40th Houston International Film Festival, Special Jury Award, Theatrical Feature Film Drama,2007.
English trailer of “The Tale of An Phuc House”, a powerful glimpse into the everyday lives of twenty disabled children – third generation victims of the Agent Orange warfare that occurred during the Vietnam War ( 1963-1973). An inspirational video tale about pride, dignity and love; a story of a man who dedicate his live for the well-being of his adapted family; a story of twenty exceptional young adults, whose disabilities brought them together under one roof; a story about an ordinary people living an extraordinary life in spite of their misfortunate physical conditions.
a Babel Entertainment (Canada) & Créa TV (Vietnam) co-production.
Winner of the Best Feature Documentary Film Award at the New York City International Film Festival 2013.
Winner of the Best Feature Documentary Film Award at the Vietnam International Film Festival, Nam Dinh, 2013.