Skit Box and Rhiannon Bannenberg join unko

Screen Shot 2017-09-27 at 8.34.48 am.jpgCreative production house unko has welcomed the all-girl comedic troupe Skit Box and 'Rip Tide' director Rhiannon Bannenberg as collaborators for branded entertainment and content.

Skit Box is recognised around the world for its irreverent, female-driven comedy and have built a devoted audience on its YouTube and Facebook channels. Its viral hit Activewear reached over 15 million people and earned the trio fans far and wide, including US comedian and talk show host, Ellen.
Says Belinda Dean, executive producer at unko: "Sarah, Greta and Adele are prolific creators who maintain a consistent dialogue with their fan base. They see humour in places most don't, and have an extremely colourful and sharable style that translates well to branded work."

Says Skit Box: "We are so excited to start this journey with unko. We love the branded content space and love even more the idea that we can merge it with the narrative comedy world."

Bannenberg is an exciting young filmmaker whose second feature film, Rip Tide, is in cinemas across the country and was ranked third in the Foxtel Audience Awards at this year's Sydney Film Festival. The coming-of-age drama stars former Disney actor Debby Ryan, who lists Rhiannon as one of the "Dopest Women of Right Now" on US fashion and pop culture site Galore.

Says Dean: "Rhiannon has a real talent for accessing the truth in a story and making it relatable for a young audience. She has fantastic eye, having also shot her first film, and creates stories that are both beautiful to watch and full of heart."

Skit Box and Bannenberg join the other highly awarded filmmakers and YouTube talent that make up unko's creative collaborators.

Says Dean: "We're really excited to have these talented women joining us. Skit Box and Rhiannon bring quite different skills to the table, but they each have a real understanding of what the Y/Z audience responds to and that is invaluable when crafting a piece of communication for these demographics."

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