The start of 2022 has been amazing at AVGS, with the widest range of productions yet enjoying our expanded facility. Highlights include stunning live performances for The Tonight Show, rich documentary interviews for Story Syndicate and Fuse, arresting content for Google and Vice, an inspiring showcase for WarnerMedia, and more. Summer dates are available. Contact us for details.
The Tonight Show
AVGS hosted breakthrough live performances of Normani’s “Fair” and Justine Skye’s “What a Lie” as separate music segments for The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Each artist and their production team utilized our stage and acoustics to devastating effect.
Multi-week filming for Fuse TV’s original new series We Need To Talk About America, featuring comedians and actors of color reacting to the state of the country as seen through social media. Our on-stage mezzanine housed a separate BTS/social media set rolling throughout the shoot.
A 10-episode video and audio podcast series sponsored by Microsoft for non-profit All Sober, featuring leading comedians, actors and musicians speaking frankly about their sobriety journeys — on the AVGS stage, or via our high-speed data link.
To efficiently create two music videos in a single weekend shoot, Radiance Pictures took advantage of our stage size by utilizing a 30′ Technocrane able to easily maneuver across a variety of white cyc, virtual production and standing sets in rapid rotation. The first single is out now.
AVGS is a proud partner of WarnerMedia’s inaugural Talent Spotlight Program, featuring a range of actors from underrepresented communities as chosen from a nationwide search. Each actor performed scenes in front of Warner executives, and our cameras to create showcases for studio and industry distribution.
Our reputation as a home for fashion film and photography took another step forward with a range of shoots for leading online brands Lucy In the Sky, Fashionphile and InStyler. Each took advantage of our custom 40′ x 50′ white cyc and installed lighting to create brilliant frames in less time.
Among the remarkable events we’ve hosted is a transmedia experience titled Surrender. Before a VIP audience of 50+ guests, artist James Peter Henry created a painting in real time, inspired by a live concerto created for him by classical pianist Allen Klevens. Guests also enjoyed tequila and caviar bars, lounge areas, an afterparty and more.