INvelop produced, ‘Why I’m Not on Facebook,’ the breakout international documentary that has reached more than 50 countries across the globe. INvelop is currently in development on a follow-up documentary as well as several feature films.Our Films
The INvelop team has produced a broad portfolio of television content, including Bar Rescue, Extreme Makeover: Weightloss Edition, Splash, Catch A Contractor and more. INvelop brings that experience to over a dozen new projects currently in development.Our TV
INvelop Digital is focused on new media and technology for the small screen. With in-house VR developers and a stream of original videos on our YouTube channel, INvelop is producing content across a multitude of platforms. Check our latest.Our Digital
With more than 25 years and more than 1000 episodes of producing experience, our collective body of work encompasses every major network and cable television channel across the dial. From ABC to Z-Living, and everyone in between, our team has produced at the highest level for the most discerning buyers.
Brant Pinvidic is an award winning film director, veteran television producer, and the founder and CEO of INvelop Entertainment. At Invelop, Brant continues to focus on Film, Television, and Digital productions as well as his executive consulting, public speaking, and charitable endeavors. In 2015, Pinvidic produced and directed his first feature documentary, entitled Why I’m Not on Facebook. The critically acclaimed film is a recent award winner at the Manhattan Film Festival and is airing in more than 50 countries around the world.In 2016, in partnership with STX Entertainment, he starred and directed Why I’m Not On Pokemon Go, as a short film and sequel to Why I’m Not On Facebook. The screened at nearly a dozen film festivals all over the world and has won six “Best Documentary Short” awards and has been downloaded more than 600,000 times. STX and Invelop are developing the “Why I’m Not” title and expand it into a documentary television series for 2017Widely regarded as one of the great creative sellers in the industry, Brant has created and sold well over 100 television projects across nearly every network and cable channel on the dial.Prior to forming INvelop Entertainment, Brant Pinvidic served as President and Chief Creative Officer for 3 Ball Entertainment, overseeing all of the company’s current programming and development slate. During his nearly six years with the company he developed and sold more than three dozen series, including Extreme Weight Loss for ABC, Funniest Wins starring Marlon Wayans for TBS, Catch a Contractor with Adam Corolla, and the hit series Bar Rescue for Spike TV.Prior to joining 3 Ball Entertainment, Pinvidic was senior vice president of programming and development for TLC, playing a pivotal role in the launch of several successful series, including John & Kate Plus 8.Prior to his term at TLC, Brant was the Senior Vice President of Development at GRB Entertainment where he headed up the company’s reality and scripted development. Brant was responsible for the creation, development, sales and production of the company’s slate of projects and served as Executive Producer.Brant is known for his intense passion for life and his endless energy. He is always looking for new adventures and has a thirst for new technology.Married to his high school sweetheart for more than 20 years, Brant is a devoted family man focused on raising his three children on the sunny coast of Southern California.Read More
Garret brings over 7 years of experience in entertainment to the INvelop team. Having previously worked in both production and talent representation, Garret began producing reality television at 3 Ball Entertainment. While there, he was an integral part of a development team that produced Bar Rescue (Spike), Extreme Makeover: Weightloss Edition (ABC), Catch A Contractor (Spike), My Cat From Hell (Animal Planet), LA Hair (WEtv) and placed dozens of projects in development at various cable and broadcast networks. Today, Garret oversees development of unscripted reality, documentary and digital projects for INvelop.Read More
Joshua brings his years of hard work and experience to the team having spent his career in television. And as an award-winning independent filmmaker, Joshua has wrote, produced, and directed several short films, web series and music videos. He began his work in the unscripted genre for Bunim Murray on several seasons of The Real World and Road Rules. Before joining INvelop, he worked for the Reelz channel writing, producing and editing multiple shows for the network and as a development producer for 3 Ball Entertainment, where he played an essential part in developing creative content for multiple networks. Currently, Joshua is responsible for producing and supervising all media as Head of Creative Content for INvelop.Read More
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