Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Bounce Segment Featured in NY Times Op Docs

As a lead-up to the World Cup, the New York Times Op Docs featured a short piece we edited showing a Congolese ball maker assembling a ball from trash, along with a director's statement from Jerome. Thanks to being promoted right on the Times homepage after Brazil's first win, the piece has reached a huge international audience. Check it out here.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Bernie de Koven on Bounce

The Well Played Game author Bernie de Koven follows up his review of The Ball by looking at our bonobos footage from Lola ya Bonobo on his website Deep FUN.

Friday, March 1, 2013

John Fox in Boston Magazine

John Fox recently published an article in Boston Magazine on Brazilian NBA Guard Leandro Barbosa, and the globalization of basketball.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Bounce Profiled in the Ba' Magazine

The Bounce crew was profiled in this season's Ba' Magazine.  For a full version of the article click here.

El Debate on Bounce's shoot in Mexico


While in Sinaloa, Mexico El Debate wrote about the Bounce crew as they filmed the ancient Meso-American game Ulama, and explain its importance to the Mexican identity.

Noroeste article about Bounce filming in Mexico


While filming in Sinaloa, Mexico PeriĆ³dico Noreste caught up with the Bounce crew while they filmed the ancient Meso-American game Ulama.


"Bounce" Director's Work Recognized by The Academy Awards


Jerome Thelia was the Post Supervisor and Colorist for Curfew, which won Best Live-Action Short Film at the Oscars.  Congratulations to the entire Curfew team!

Monday, July 16, 2012

CBS Sunday Morning features "The Ball"

CBS Sunday Morning went to John Fox's home to discuss "The Ball" for their July 15th show.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Wall Street Journal reviews "The Ball"


Wall Street Journal contributor Will Blythe reviews The Ball: Discovering the Object of the Game.

New York Post reviews "The Ball"

The New York Post's Michael Kane reviews The Ball: Discovering the Object of the Game.