Bauhaus Media

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Bauhaus Media Group, Inc., founded in 1988, is a dynamic, full-service production facility, founded by Eric Hanken in San Antonio, Texas.[1]

Originally an innovative German school of art, the Bauhaus school was grounded in the phrase “form follows function.” It’s within this framework that Bauhaus Media Group operates and has produced projects for companies and individuals including The White House, Toyota, Cox Radio, Holt, Tony Parker, Fox Television Station Group, E! Entertainment, AT&T, The University of Texas, U.S. Marine Corp., Chevron, Allstate, U.S. Dept. of Education, The Cheesecake Factory, and many others.

Bauhaus Media Group provides production packages including creative scripting, storyboarding, film and videography, graphics, animation, color correction, sound and state of the art digital non-linear editing. Their use of the Avid|DS HD is on par with the industry’s premier production system; having been used in the editing of feature films like “The Learning Curve” directed by Eric Schwab and the Disney production “Mission to Mars” directed by Brian De Palma.

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