WHAT WE DO
In addition to producing genre-bending thought-provoking projects across film and digital platforms, MisterDuke Productions produces compelling promotional videos for non-profits, businesses, and individuals interested in raising their profile and growing their clientele. We understand that crafting your message and/or creating your product is hard enough. Getting people to know that you or your product exist is even harder. In this smartphone dominated era, you need a succinct, attention-grabbing digital promo on your website and across social media platforms that will make you and your brand stand out amongst the crowd.
Work with our award-winning team to captivate audiences and win them over.
PURE PALACE LLC PROMO
An event venue in the heart of Philadelphia.
INDEPENDENCE FELLOW AT MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA [INTERVIEW]
Assistant Teaching Artist Akeil Robertson at Mural Arts Philadelphia discusses his fellowship with the Independence Foundation.
MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
THE GUILD: RESILIENCE IN A PANDEMIC
The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Guild program is a paid apprenticeship that provides job training, mentorship, and includes public art projects to restore and transform individual lives and communities, helping to break the cycle of recidivism.
During the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Guild members had to adjust to working remotely. Here are some of their stories.
THE GUILD AT THE SHOOTER SHOP
Behind the scenes of a special transformation by The Guild of an old shooter shop in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA that will be a new artistic hub for the community.
MOST CLUB REACTS TO GILLETTE'S "THE BEST MEN CAN BE" AD
As featured on Thrive Global, members of Men Can Stop Rape's Men of Strength Club at School Without Walls High School (Washington, D.C.) react to Gillette's "The Best Men Can Be" ad
UASK DMV, the only app with sexual violence resources and emergency notification capabilities in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.
THE EX-CON, VOODOO PRIEST, GODDESS, AND THE AFRICAN KING
In this book, William Jones, founder of Afrofuturism Network, breaks down the origins of four black comic book characters – Luke Cage, Papa Midnite, Storm, and Black Panther – and analyzes their representation throughout comic book history.