SUPERMARCHE

Founded in 2006, Supermarché is a full service production company and agency. 

Working with filmmakers including Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman, David Wain, Michael Showalter,  Elizabeth Wood, Andrew Zuchero, Ben Dickinson, and Celia Rowlson-Hall, Supermarché has produced dozens of commercials, short films, and documentaries for some of the worlds most prominent brands including NIKE, GOOGLE, TOYOTA, and VOGUE, full fledged campaigns for DEREK LAM and ROBERT GRAHAM, and the Sundance hits WHITE GIRL and CATFISH.

In association with Moxie Pictures, Supermarché creates the campaign from its initial conceptual phase, through development, production, post production and delivery. 

 

 

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ORLEE-ROSE STRAUSS

In 2014, Supermarché added producer/writer Orlee-Rose Strauss to the team. Orlee-Rose is a filmmaker from Toronto, Canada.

After graduating from Ryerson University: Image Arts program, she went on to pursue a Masters degree at the University of Southern California. In 2014, Orlee-Rose joined directing-duo Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman as the producer at Supermarché. 

Orlee-Rose has since produced two feature films with the company, Nerve (starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco), and the Sundance hit White Girl. In 2016, she received two Clio awards honoring branded content she produced for Derek Lam's 10 Crosby, and Robert Graham's The Second Sound Barrier. Orlee-Rose has also made a number of short films for Vogue Magazine starring Margot Robbie, Taylor Swift, and Kendall Jenner.

This is her chopping wood in Jason Blum's office.