Embracing David Dinetz and Dylan Trussell’s Cinematic Roots

When making forays into the business world, sage wisdom often pervades the advice available: never forget your roots. For indie production house Culprit Creative execs David Dinetz and Dylan Trussell, that has meant wholeheartedly embracing the couple’s upbringing and history in the world of cinema in their advertising content and top-tier films. poster, now embodied in the duo’s first feature film, Road Rally.

Although still in the early stages of pre-production, the film in development is poised to embrace the signature charm that Dinetz and Trussell brought to Culprit Creative deeply: an inherently irreverent spirit paired with vibrant, thought-provoking cinematic visuals. . Focused on a high school class’s wild treasure hunt, the characters’ later adventures should showcase Dinetz and Trussell’s witty and visually dynamic style to the fullest.

It’s far from the pair’s first foray into video content, as Dinetz and Trussell’s eye-catching production style has resulted in Culprit Creative spearheading adverts for travel giant Virgin and the carmaker luxury Mercedes. Dinetz and Trussell’s dazzling visuals and rebellious spirit clearly resonated with consumers, as the filmmaking duo’s tongue-in-cheek ads for their own underwear brand, Culprit Underwear, helped make the collection of intimates decidedly single one of the most fasting. growth of underwear brands in the United States.

With other hot projects already under their belt, including the award-winning short film Chainsaw starring Eli Roth of Inglourious Basterds, and Airplane Mode, an innovative film harnessing the power of the world’s most popular content creators which was responsible for post -production challenges – Road Rally is set to bring Dinetz and Trussell’s unique vision to life on the big screen for the first time, making the highly anticipated film unique to watch as it continues in development.

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