Robert Logevall is Holiday bound

17 Apr

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Holiday Films is thrilled to announce that director Robert Logevall has joined their roster for Canadian representation.

Robert is an amazing visual storyteller, whether a lush cinematic odyssey or a subtle yet hilarious comedy; he is a master of his craft. Highly memorable commercials and campaigns fill his reel for clients such as Volkswagen, Fiat, Lexus, Michelob, Tommy Hilfiger, Ford, HSBC, Visa, Chrysler, Verizon, Jackson Triggs, Land Rover, Southwest Airlines and Toyota.

His famous campaigns for Audi and Lincoln Financial won multiple honors at the AICP Show at MOMA in New York, adding to his stellar collection of industry awards.

Logevall grew up in Sweden, and moved to Vancouver to attend college. He began his career working as an art director and a production designer on commercials and music videos for many top international directors, then signing on to three feature films as production designer.

His first project as a music video director won a bucket load of awards in Canada, and he quickly became a much sough-after director for commercials in the U.S. market. He directed a steady stream of award-winning commercials and music videos, as well as the acclaimed short film Vexation Island, with artist Rodney Graham, which opened at the Venice Biennale and went on to play at the Tate and other major galleries around the world.

Logevall directed the film All God’s Children Can Dance, adapted from a short story by the acclaimed Japanese writer Haruki Murakami. The feature has screened at several film festivals and recently premiered on IFC.

Robert currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

View Robert Logevall’s reel here 

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