Run Fox Run is a full service production collaborative, creating content that inspires a global audience. We successfully take ideas from conception to execution for projects of varying scales, budgets and genres. We source and build out the best teams for each unique project and oversee every aspect and phase of a production. From pre-production planning to the final cut, we can manage the project in its entirety or work closely with clients to provide a la carte services. Our focus is aligning a project’s goals with our talents - research and creative development, casting, writing, production management, producing, production supervision and post production.
Translations & Transcreations
Having worked extensively in the US Hispanic and Latin American markets, our expertise is in creating relevant and engaging content across genres and formats to reach a broader audience. When translating/transcreating projects from English to Spanish our focus is on creating culturally relevant messages and stories that go far beyond a straight translation; they should be Hispanic in-language and in-culture. We work with ad agencies, producers and networks to provide Hispanic consultancy that encompasses all stages as they pertain to each unique project: pre-production, conceptualizing, scripting, translation, story development and editing, casting and on-set and in-edit production supervision. Our focus in each project is to mindfully incorporate cultural nuances while maintaining the integrity of the creative concept, tone and overall message of each project.
We have a keen eye for stories, concepts and formats and know how to creatively adapt these to engage a broader audience. We’ve adapted multiple notable network projects from English to Spanish and vice-versa. Some examples include the successful Spanish language scripted series for Nickelodeon Latin America, Yo Soy Franky, which was adapted for Nickelodeon US and now in its second season as I Am Frankie. Inversely, the US reality formats Catfish and Are You The One? from MTV were adapted to resonate with a Spanish speaking, Latin American audience.
Having developed more than 300 hours of programming for Viacom, Run Fox Run’s founder Leslie Macli continues to work with producers, networks and writers to develop show concepts, treatments, format bibles and pitch presentations. The creative development process may include collaborating with writing teams to develop characters and dramatic story arcs, researching concepts, casting talent and producing sizzle reels/pilots.