from the company website, as of December 2008: "Partizan is an international community of directors with offices in London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Berlin and Shanghai. Since launching in 1991 we have developed some of the most talented and exciting directors in the world.
Partizan began by making music videos, then grew and expanded in to commercials, short films, feature films, and more recently TV content and branded content.
Our philosophy is to create opportunies for our unique creative talents in any area and any media of film and image-making and to provide content for all types of technology.
Partizan has won 38 Cannes Lions, a Cannes Grand Prix (2001) a Palm d'or (2003), over 50 Clios, including 2 Grand Clios, 35 Yellow Pencils and an elusive Black Pencil at D&AD, many MTV awards, Grammy awards, short fims awards, and European feature film awards. In commercials, Partizan has won most award-winning production company in the world twice in the 21st century and produced the two first most awarded commercials in the history of advertising (Honda ‘Cog’ and Levi’s ‘Drugstore’).
The company now has several divisions:
Partizan, the main commercial and music video production branch. Partizan has also developed branded content for clients including Red Bull, Nissan, Sony BMG, Hewlett Packard, BBC, Lenovo, and Mortal Kombat.
Partizan lab, the home of animation and special effects. Partizan Lab created all the special effects on The Science of Sleep, and has produced numerous award-winning animated commercials and music videos since its creation in 2001.
Partizan films, the feature film entity (2005) which has already produced two movies (The Science of Sleep and Be Kind Rewind) and is currently developing six projects to be produced in the next couple of years.
Partizan TV (2006) is launching with a TV show on VH1 this year.
The Dark Room (2005) is a label to develop and experiment with new concepts, new ideas, new relationship with artists, musicians, directors and photographers who want to play on the cutting edge."