Bluechip Athletic Solutions Begins Shooting and Production on College Football Short Films

Oct 12 2013, 3:18am CDT | by

Atlanta, GA, October 12, 2013 --( Bluechip Athletic Solutions (Bluechip) spent the last month traveling to collegiate campuses across the country to shoot footage for short films that are being produced by Bluechip’s film division, Bluechip Media Group. College football officially kicked off on August 31 and since then, Bluechip has visited Auburn University, the University of Michigan and Old Dominion University, with a visit to Columbia University planned for this month.

“The films we are producing raise the bar and change the culture of storytelling production within collegiate sports,” said Neal Girandola, Executive In Charge of Bluechip Media Group. So far, the film crew has captured more than 100 hours of film that will be used to create a total of 18 short films for the teams.

Auburn Football: Bluechip kicked off filming at Auburn University on August 31, where Gus Malzahn’s new era as Head Coach was documented by the crew. Behind the scenes photos of the video shoot can be seen at:

Michigan Football: Bluechip’s second stop was the epic meeting between Michigan and Notre Dame on September 7, which included a college football-record crowd of 115,109 fans. Behind the scenes photos of this shoot can be viewed at:

Old Dominion Football: The most recent trip for Bluechip was capturing the Monarchs’ transitional season into the Football Bowl Subdivision. The film shoot at Old Dominion was also the topic of a recent article in the Virginian Pilot newspaper, which can be read at: Behind the scenes photos of this video shoot are available at:

Columbia Football: The next stop for Bluechip is Columbia University, where the films are scheduled to include interviews with former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and famous alumni Julia Stiles and Matthew Fox. Behind the scenes photos of this video shoot will be available at:

About Bluechip Athletic Solutions
Bluechip Athletic Solutions ( provides a unique blend of technology, marketing strategy and content creation services to collegiate and professional athletic programs. The company was formed in 2005 and is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. For more information, please contact Bluechip at 404.941.2510.

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