Informed Consent: The Truth About Breast Implant Illness is a documentary about one woman’s journey with the devastating symptoms of breast implant illness and her difficult and frustrating road to recovery.
This is a topic that needs a heavy spotlight to make women aware of this little known devastating and mysterious illness from breast implants.
We have partnered with Producer Gwynne Thomas, formerly of ABC News and are seeking completion.
Newly Launched: OMI Well Beauty
The last few months have been jam packed and lots of fun for RonMar Studios. We’ve been traveling (as have our crews) from New York to Florida then onto LA and New Zealand.
We produced a series of product launch videos for OMI Well Beauty of their first ever hair nutrition nutraceutical. Video was filmed on location in New Zealand with a stellar crew headed up by producer/director Sally Williams with Founder Naomi Whittel in tow.
RonMar does all post-production in New York. The Hair Nutrition product is made available online and is currently sold out.
We are eager to work with brands that want an economic way to create rich dynamic content, organizations that want to engage in public service campaigns and companies that need powerful and impactful big-screen visuals requiring high-level production needs. RonMar Studios approaches each client uniquely.
Our creativity and unparalleled detailed attention to quality and professionalism results in measurable ‘needle moving’ results.
RonMar Studios is eager to collaborate and bring your content needs to life. Let’s get creative.
Lake Nona Impact Forum
The Executive Producing team of Roni Selig and Marcie Mulé recently wrapped The Lake Nona Impact Forum where they created the big-screen videos, wrote and produced high-level speaker sessions with thought leaders and changemakers.
Featured talent included Chelsea Clinton, Geena Davis, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, David Cameron, TD Jakes, Karen Lynch, Katie Couric, Deepak Chopra, Andrew Weil, Lindsay Vonn, Dr.Francis Collins and more.
Read more about the event here:
RonMar Wins Multiple Anthem Awards
RonMar Studios is proud to announce winning multiple Anthem Awards this year!
The Anthem Awards honor purpose and mission-driven work of people, companies, and organizations worldwide.
RonMar Studios production of a series of PSAs for The Cura Foundation’s Unite To Prevent campaign raised awareness of the continued need to act safely together to stop the spread of Covid 19 for the Spanish-speaking population using Hispanic celebrities. The public service campaign amassed over 140 million impressions on broadcast and cable networks nationwide.
We received the Silver Anthem Award in the “Influencer Endorsement” category and Bronze in “Non-Profit Campaign.” Last year RonMar Studios won the Silver for the English-speaking master campaign #UnitetoPrevent which amassed over 750 million impressions nationwide.
We are honored that our work is recognized and that we are making an impact.
Emotional Runway Interview
RonMar Founder Roni Selig recently spoke with Matt Sloane on his podcast “Emotional Runway” about resilience and reinvention.
Matt writes: “The world of business is unpredictable and scary, so having the ability to be resilient through the tough times and always be reinventing yourself is key. Our special guest – award-winning TV producer and executive Roni Selig has reinvented herself more times than most, and despite roadbumps like layoffs, marriage difficulties and personal loss, she’s come out swinging!”
Check out the episode here:
2022 in Review
As 2022 closes out, we are thrilled to connect with you on all the happenings at RonMar Studios. With our small and mighty team, we have managed to create a variety of content in multiple genres as well as collaborate with other producers and creative talent.
This past year we were honored to:
- Executive Produce the Lake Nona Impact Forum.
- Produce and distribute a series of Covid 19 prevention PSA’s in Spanish for The Cura Foundation.
- Produce a series of ‘big screen’ videos for Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Marc Hodosh’s very successful inaugural Life Itself gathering in San Diego sponsored in part by CNN.
The highlight was remotely directing a segment with luminaries Norman Lear, and Brian Grazer together discussing the meaning of life over a bagel and lox.
We increased our client roster, branching out into some different areas of content creation, including a product launch for a new health and beauty company which had us filming in New Zealand (we’ll share videos in 2023) and working with media mogul Jon Klein on a (top secret) digital project.
We also built up our development slate with several high-end projects that we are taking out to the market and we landed a development deal with A&E Networks.
We were Anthem Award Silver Winners for our Unite to Prevent National PSA Campaign which garnered more that 633 million impressions on broadcasts and local stations across the country, giving us more shiny hardware on the mantel.
In addition, we earned a nomination for a NY EMMY for the 2021 PBS Special Once Upon The Holidays produced with The Young People’s Chorus of New York for All Arts/WNET TV.
All in all, it was a pretty good year as we continue to build our name and reputation as RonMar Studios.
RonMar Receives Emmy Nomination
We are proud to announce that RonMar Studios has received an Emmy Nomination!
Roni Selig and Marcie Mulé have received a nomination in the category of NY Regionals Children/Youth (12 and under) – Long Form Content for the program All Arts Young Peoples Chorus of NYC’s Once Upon the Holidays, Part 1.
The special first aired on WNET on December 14, 2021.
The 3 Rs: Rugged, Resourceful & Resilient with Marcie Mulé & Roni Selig
Thank you to Barbara Barna Abel and Abel Intermedia Production for talking to us for the podcast, Camera Ready & Abel.
We thoroughly enjoyed our conversation about what it takes to succeed in the rugged terrain of television and film production: resourcefulness, resilience, energy, stamina, some risk-taking, trust, and lots of luck!
Check out the full podcast interview below.
RonMar Covid Campaign Reaches Spanish Market
Cura Foundation & Sanford Health Reach the Spanish Market with Covid-19 PSA urging Vaccination
The Cura Foundation and Sanford Health have teamed up once again with RonMar Studios to produce two new Public Service Announcements en Español tailor made for the Hispanic market.
New York, NY — March 14, 2022 – RonMar Studios has once again teamed up with The Cura Foundation to create two new Spanish language PSAs utilizing Hispanic celebrities in an effort to reduce social disparities in the fight against COVID-19. These new spots join the already successful awareness campaign #UniteToPrevent PSA Campaign which is already airing nationally on broadcast outlets across the country. The PSA Campaign is executive produced by Cura Foundation’s president and founder Robin Smith, MD, MBA, along with Marcie Mulé and Roni Selig, co-presidents of RonMar Studios and Ashleigh Walton, executive director of marketing at Sanford Health.
The Executive team at RonMar in association with 16 Mile Talent booked Cuban-American musician Jon Secada, whose musical career spans over two decades, with three Grammy Awards, 20 million albums sold, Panamanian-American actress Daphne Rubin-Vega most recently in the feature film “In the Heights” and Chilean-American actor Cristián de la Fuente from “Devious Maids”and many other English and Spanish-language TV shows and telenovelas. Also on deck is Mexican actor Alfonso Herrera, from the hit series “Ozark” on Netflix, award-winning Cuban actor and humanitarian Olga Merediz from “In the Heights” and Dominican-American actress Judy Reyes of “Scrubs” and “Devious Maids.”
These celebrities remind us to be change makers in our communities by getting the vaccine and booster shots.
A recipient of two Anthem Awards for public service, the Campaign has received more than 535 million impressions on 121,404 TV airings and 25,402 plays. It has aired nationally on local affiliate television stations as well as national networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS, ION, The CW, MyTV Network, Bounce, and Telemundo.
Past PSA participants include singer and songwriter Josh Groban, entertainer Steve Harvey, talk show host Amanda Kloots, NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, actors and celebrities Colton Dunn, Joshua Malina, Raven-Symoné, Elise Neal, Cristela Alonzo, Kate Flannery, Oscar Nuñez, Leslie David, Margaret Cho, Loni Love, Ross Mathews, Bill Engvall, Gabrielle Carteris, Dan Bucatinsky and Bernie Williams.
Learn more at unitetoprevent.org.
Roni Selig Featured in UMass Magazine
RonMar Founder Roni Selig was featured in a recent article and video in the UMass Magazine, highlighting her as a new graduate of their University Without Walls program. An excerpt:
For most people, an Emmy Award, Peabody Award, and Tony nomination would be enough to define a successful career. But for Roni Selig ’22, there was one recognition that got away—her college diploma. During the early months of the pandemic, Selig set out to resolve the unfinished business of her bachelor’s degree and discovered that the UMass University Without Walls (UWW) program was the perfect partner to help her achieve her goal.
As an undergraduate student nearly 40 years ago, Selig took a gap year from New York University to pursue job opportunities in television. The move, while a boon for her career, put her academic ambitions on indefinite hold. “When I was in my 20s, I felt I’d rather earn than learn—that’s just where my head was at,” she recalls. “At this point in my life, I’d rather learn than earn. And frankly, being an older learner is much more gratifying.”