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Known for his innovative, cinematic solutions to creative and production puzzles, CARL RINSCH (Directed by) has earned a reputation as an idea man and master storyteller. Over the last decade, Rinsch has defined his own esthetic and crafted award-winning work on a number of projects.

Rinsch started directing at a young age. At just 14 years old, he had his first film shown at both the New York and Telluride Film Festivals. While still an undergraduate at Brown University, where he double-majored in English and art, he worked as a photojournalist for Rolling Stone magazine, shooting editorial print work with musicians like Chrissie Hynde, Sheryl Crow, Devo, Sarah McLachlan and the Violent Femmes.

Since earning the D&AD/Campaign Screen Award for Best New Director, and being featured in Saatchi and Saatchi's New Director's Showcase at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in 2001, Rinsch has continued to be recognized for his work. In 2009, he won a Silver Clio for Audi "Intelligently Combined," which dramatizes the creation of an A4 through a ballet of cogs and parts falling into place within a transparent Rubik's-like cube.

The next year, Rinsch's European espionage robot epic The Gift, shot for Philips Parallel Lines, won the Grand Prix for Direction at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity and the Grand Prix at the Ciclope Advertising Craft Festival. In 2012, he directed a conspiracy theorist's nightmare-cometrue with Mercedes' "Escape the Map," in which an alluring woman and her mystery driver break free from a world-gone Google Maps. The Kinsale Shark Advertising Awards noted Rinsch's balance of sharp storytelling and stunning visual effects, awarding him gold for Animation.

In addition to directing commercials and his work on 47 Ronin, Rinsch is currently working on an interactive virtual mobile platform.


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