After high school and a number of institutions of higher education, he moved to the entertainment industry. His debut film could be called his diploma project in film school film " Intelligence " ("Recon") with Peter Gabriel.
Breck Eisner (Breck Eisner,1970) - American director and producer of commercials. The son of the former executive director of "Walt Disney Company" Michael Eisner. He studied at the Harvard Graduate School in North Hollywood, California, and then - at Georgetown University, and then - in the film school at the University of South Carolina.
Eisner was born in California. After high school and a number of institutions of higher education, he moved to the entertainment industry. His debut film could be called his diploma project in film school film " Intelligence " ("Recon") with Peter Gabriel.
As the final work at Georgetown University Breck took a modern version of " Alice in Wonderland " ;shooting took place on a huge attic Healy Hall on the campus and at an abandoned tram branch in the tunnel under the Dupont Circle in the District of Columbia. In addition, during training Eisner managed to put a few of Shakespeare`s plays.
During installation Breck took several "Digital Domain" computers,in order to calculate the film a little bit of computer graphics. Of interested advertising agencies ; very soon Eisner offered to shoot a few clips. advertiser - producer `s career began unexpectedly rapidly - within some year and a half in the asset Breck was fourteen works.The first movie he took off for a drink "Powersurge" company "Budweiser"; This video was shown at the Super Bowl of 1997. Following was an advertisement pretzels "Rold Gold Pretzels` Comrades" - in it the actor Jason Alexander playing superhero " pretzel ", makes another feat on the space station "Mir".
Two rollers Breck on Tobacco Control ,made by order of the Ministry of Health of California were named "best spot" version "Adweek" project. Another creation Eisner - "Mad dog in pursuit of beer " Course Winter " " was shown in one of the breaks in the final series of the cult comedy series " the Seinfeld ", and won first place in magazine advertisements charts "USA Today".Later Breck created advertising for "Sony", "Sega" and "Coca-Cola".
Success in the world of advertising Eisner opened the way to the cinema - In 2000 he filmed a TV movie " The Invisible Man " ("The Invisible Man") for the channel "Sci Fi Channel". This was followed by work with Steven Spielberg on one of the mini- episodesTV series "Taken" with Dakota Fanning in the lead role.