Category Archives: News


We partnered with the National Center for Civil and Human Rights leading up to Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta to create an experiential activation celebrating iconic civil rights achievements in sports. We worked closely with ESPN to curate content, and then our team designed an immersive multi-screen installation showcasing powerful […]


We took a stand against domestic minor sex trafficking by driving 72 school buses representing the 3,600 kids sold for sex in Georgia each year in a traffic-stopping stunt through Atlanta.   We partnered with BBDO Atlanta, Porter Novelli, and Street Grace to pull off this massive activation and make […]

BARK BARK Wins Gold at Clio Entertainment Awards

We continued our awards season run with a Gold and Silver at the Clio Entertainment Awards. Congrats to our client partners! “Jumanji” + Discovery Networks Theatrical: Partnerships & Collaborations “Claws” + TNT Television/Streaming: Original Content

Allstate’s Pillars & Poetry Tour Featured by ESPN’s The Undefeated

Our latest branded content partnership with Leo Burnett, hosted by Grammy award-winning spoken-word artist J. Ivy, is giving students at HBCUs a platform to find strength in their own voices. Here’s an excerpt from the article by Maya Jones, The Undefeated: Before the awards, accolades, television appearances and international recognition, […]

2018 Clio Entertainment Awards Finalists

We’re proud to have two of our branded entertainment campaigns make the short list this year. Thanks to all our client partners for giving us these amazing opportunities! “Jumanji” + Discovery Networks Theatrical: Partnerships & Collaborations “Claws” + TNT Television/Streaming: Original Content


After creating our latest piece for Upworthy and Red Robin, we worked closely with Under Armour to organically amplify the video across their social channels, helping us quickly reach over 1M views. Under Armour, whose logo appears on the team’s uniforms as the primary sponsor but otherwise was not involved, […]


We took home 3 Gold, 2 Silver, and 9 Bronze awards at the 2018 Telly Awards. A huge thank you to all of our partners who gave us these opportunities. Orbitz “It’s a Great Big World” BRANDED CONTENT: TRAVEL & TOURISM Comedy Central + Truth BRANDED CONTENT: PUBLIC INTEREST & […]

15 Nominations for Bark Bark at PromaxBDA

We’re honored to have 9 of our projects nominated across 12 categories in North America and Global at this year’s PromaxBDA Awards. Orbitz “It’s a Great Big World” DIRECTING – North America TALENT INTEGRATION USING SOCIAL MEDIA – North America TALENT INTEGRATION USING SOCIAL MEDIA – Global USE OF ORIGINAL […]

Takashi Wins Georgia Film Award

Our director Takashi Doscher debuted his feature film “Still” to a sold out crowd for its world premiere at the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival, and was honored with the Georgia Film Award. Next up, the film is headed to the Nashville Film Festival. Logline: When a sick hiker (MADELINE BREWER, […]

Jan Featured by Real To Reel

Our very own Jan Mullins recently went on tour with Omari Hardwick and Gentleman Jack, helping uplift black voices in film with the return of the Real To Reel Contest. After her short film Soul Fire won the competition last year, Jan is encouraging other filmmakers from around the country […]


We’re incredibly proud of Jan and Chris for taking home awards for Best Screenplay and Best Director at the Black Women Film Network Short Film Festival. “Soul Fire” Written, Directed, and Produced by Janlatae Mullins – Winner: Best Screenplay, 2018 Black Women Film Network Short Film Festival “Broken Branches” Written, […]

Official Film Festival Selections! BARK BARK Directors Recognized for Short Films

We’re thrilled to announce our directors have had their short films selected for upcoming film festivals. “Couch for Sale” Written, Directed, and Produced by Takashi Doscher – Official Selection, 2018 Santa Barbara Film Festival “Broken Branches” Written, Directed, and Produced by Chris Hamilton Produced by Janlatae Mullins – Winner: Best […]

AICP Sets National Board, Unveils Roster For Newly Formed Post Council

BARK BARK’s Tabitha Mason-Elliott will continue representing the Southeast Region as part of the AICP’s 2018 National Board of Directors. “We’re delighted with the newly constituted AICP National Board, and welcome our new members as well as returning directors,” noted Matt Miller, AICP president and CEO. This is a smart, […]


The NYT reached out to BT to contribute to their article “Don’t Listen to Washington, Tourist Organizations Try Telling Foreigners,” highlighting our efforts to promote the power of inclusivity and diversity in travel. “Travel isn’t about negativity at all,” said Brian Tolleson, managing partner at the agency Bark Bark, which […]

BARK BARK Fosters Prosocial Partnership with NCCHR &

We built a technology partnership with The National Center for Civil and Human Rights and to empower visitors to take action through an interactive installation. We have continued our support of The NCCHR in their endeavors to educate and inspire people about relevant civil and human rights issues in […]

2017 Clio Entertainment Awards Shortlist

We’re thrilled to announce that our theatrical marketing campaign, “Amy Schumer Gets ‘Snatched’,” has made the shortlist in the 2017 Clio Entertainment Awards. We delivered unforgettable content to support Fox in launching Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn’s comedy, Snatched, in a branded series that reached millions of viewers linearly across […]

Launching “The Walking Dead” Encounter App

We partnered with AMC’s The Walking Dead for the most elaborate brand integration campaign in series history – a new augmented-reality app that activated millions of viewers. The Walking Dead Encounter app, developed by AMC and Mountain Dew, lets fans collect iconic walkers from the show by scanning one of […]

Atlanta, Georgia: Southern Charm, the New Feature Capital and Coca-Cola

BARK BARK discusses the booming growth of the entertainment industry in Georgia with Little Black Book and how we’re uniquely positioning ourselves to be Atlanta’s top theatrical marketing resource. September 12, 2017 LBB’s Addison Capper heads to the deep south and finds a city beaming with excitement, as tax breaks, […]