FirstFrame, Inc. | 60 Thoreau Street -266 | Concord, MA 01742 USA

Broadcast Media Production Company

 

info@firstframe.com   |   978-371-2520 Office  |  978-501-0488 Mobile

 

Creating Images that Move You.

*We provide the following  services:

 

Principal Owner SID LEVIN:

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY | EDITOR |DIRECTOR

 

Principal Owner NANCY MAURER:

PRODUCER | PRODUCTION  MANAGEMENT | GRAPHIC DESIGN

 

On Location Production:

HD | UHD | 4K

 

Editorial Services:

ADOBE | AVID | FCPX

 

 

Additional support services:

SteadiCam | Camera Jib | Teleprompter | Slider | Aerial

 

 

 

*We are not an equipment rental facility.  Our day rates are based on portal-to-portal

when equipment is being transported to a location by a crew member.

 

 

 

Sid Levin is a three-time Cine Gold Eagle Award winner for Cinematography and Editing. He was honored as DP/Editor for the Emmy winning "Song for New Orleans", an in-depth look at the lives of New Orleans musicians during and after hurricane Katrina.

Upon graduation from Emerson College in 1978, he joined Boston’s WBZ-TV as it debuted the syndicated series “Evening Magazine”.  His capabilities in all areas of television production soon earned him a position as Associate Producer along with shooting and editing the stories he produced. In 1991, along with partner Nancy Maurer, they started FirstFrame, Inc., a creative media group, whose clients include advertising agencies, broadcast and cable, as well as, Fortune 500 companies - NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, Animal Planet, A&E, HISTORY, MTV, HBO, Paramount Pictures, Fox Television, SyFy Channel, TLC, HGTV, SPEED, Food Network, NBA Entertainment, Reebok, Apple, Raytheon, Lockheed-Martin, Silicon Graphics, NY Times Newspaper Group, Fidelity Investments, Searle Pharmaceuticals-UK, Hill Holiday, Staples, Avid Technology, Discovery, Red Bull and Family House Productions – Germany.

 

PBS tapped the resources of FirstFrame to co-produce the nationally televised documentary featuring Muhammad Yunus, who recently received the Nobel Peace Prize. The series was hosted by Robert Redford and was funded by the Skoll Foundation.