Top brands use documentary film to reach new audiences.
OTT networks have changed the landscape of how we consume content. That has caused a growing trend in authentic brand story telling for corporations looking for new ways to engage through video.
If you’re looking for ways to reach new audiences for your brand, we have stories waiting to be told specifically in the adventure and outdoor space. We offer programs to sponsor outdoor/adventure films with guaranteed distribution reaching millions across the globe.
When a brand signs up with us on a project, we incorporate the brand's ethos into our script whenever possible.
CASE STUDY: "Returning Home"
Sponsors: Vaude, Abus, Cedar City Events
Since then, the film has been included in various film festivals including Wasatch Mountain Film Festival, Indie Short Fest, International Shorts. The film has won awards at Environmental Film Festival, Top Shorts 2020, European Cinematography Awards, and Accolade Global Film Competition.
In addition, the film was accepted into the RiverRun International Film Festival 2021 as part of their Films with Class educational outreach program, where they will be showing the film to students K-12 in North Carolina with an augmented school curriculum.
Today the film is widely available to adventure seeking audiences through distribution deals with FuelTV and OutsideTV.
"The cinematography is spectacular in this short, which features Utah sights in perspectives that would entice even hardcore indoors people to take up Schley’s call to the outdoors."
Experience More - Anthony Walsh
Sponsors: XS Energy Drinks & Sports Nutrition
Amway Global commissioned us to tell a short story about one of their sponsored athletes. With a team of two, under the strictest COVID protocols, we traveled to Hawaii to film the story. In the end we were able to deliver both long form and short form content that lives across their social platforms.
What's the point of making a great film that nobody knows about?
Through festivals and OTT networks we will expose the finished movie to the widest audience possible.