Saville Productions, founded by Rupert Maconick, is an established entertainment company that has produced hundreds of projects for big brands with high-profile filmmakers, including: Martin Campbell (Casino Royale), Barry Levinson (Rain Man), Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man), and many others.
Saville produced the feature-length documentary, “5B”, for Johnson and Johnson, directed by Academy Award nominee, Dan Krauss. “5B” won the Entertainment Lions Grand Prix at Cannes Lions and the 2019 Grand Clio. The film was purchased by Verizon Media for theatrical distribution. “5B” is also the first brand-sponsored documentary to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Shoot listed “5B” as the best work of 2019.
Saville also produced the Werner Herzog documentary “Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World” for NetScout. “Lo and Behold” premiered at Sundance and was purchased by Magnolia Pictures for worldwide distribution. The film won the 2017 Grand Clio, 6 Cannes Lions and a D&AD Pencil.
Other Saville projects include: a global World Cup film for Adidas, directed by Fernando Meirelles (City of God); “Takumi,” a one-hour documentary for Lexus, directed by Clay Jeter (Chef’s Table); and a 35-minute Werner Herzog film for AT&T, “From One Second to the Next.”
Saville also co-produced the sports comedy-drama, “Eddie the Eagle,” starring Hugh Jackman and distributed by Fox and Lionsgate.
Saville is currently developing a slate of scripted series, documentaries and feature films in collaboration with major brands.
Rupert has a long track record producing projects with major feature film and documentary directors.
In 1994, Rupert founded Saville Productions, which has produced hundreds of projects with some of the most widely acclaimed, award-winning documentary and feature filmmakers including: Martin Campbell (Casino Royale), Fernando Meirelles (City of God), Stephen Daldry (The Reader), James McTeigue (V For Vendetta), Gavin O’Connor (Warrior), Barry Levinson (Rain Man), Spike Lee (Inside Man), Wim Wenders (Paris, Texas), and Werner Herzog (Cave of Forgotten Dreams).
Rupert produced the award-winning documentary, “5B”, by Academy Award nominee Dan Krauss. He also produced the Werner Herzog documentary, “Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World.”
Other notable projects include: a global World Cup campaign directed by Fernando Meirelles (City of God); “Takumi,” a film about Japanese master craftspeople directed by Clay Jeter (Chef’s Table); and “From One Second to the Next,” a 35-minute film directed by Werner Herzog.
Rupert also produced the sports comedy-drama, “Eddie the Eagle”, starring Hugh Jackman and distributed by Fox and Lionsgate.
Rupert is currently in production on several scripted series, documentaries and feature film projects.