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We partner with nonprofits, event organizers, and impact teams to engage new audiences and assist with advocacy-based initiatives around the social issues investigated in our documentaries.

How We Work with Events

As a full-service streaming platform, we work with events, conferences, and forum organizers to strengthen engagement with your audiences. Bringing together keynote speakers from both academia and film, we help facilitate hard-hitting discussions around the documentaries we represent, hosting compelling, relatable panels to drive focus on today’s most pressing social issues.

How We Work with Film and Impact Teams

Recognized as a trusted partner in the film industry, we assist filmmakers with an educational distribution strategy for their documentaries.
By facilitating nationwide virtual screenings with a data-driven approach, we’re able to help filmmakers reach wider audiences and build interest around a film’s cause.

Check out a few of the impact campaigns below:

Ernie and Joe: Crises Cops - Working with Law Enforcement

We worked with a network of US law enforcement agencies, offering free streaming access to Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops, which continues to change how police respond to mental health calls. Two years later, the film has been watched by over 45,000 law enforcement officers around the United States and continues instigating positive change in crisis response.
We, as leaders of police agencies, should urge all of our police officers to watch this film. The value of seeing Ernie and Joe utilizing tools that we teach our officers is more powerful than any training class alone could deliver.
Todd Gyure, Mental Health Liaison, Garland TX PD

America to Me: "Real Talk" Campaign

After releasing the groundbreaking America To Me series about equity and inclusion in high schools, we helped reach thousands of educators nationwide through our three-year streaming campaign offering free streaming access to the film. Crossing over one million viewing minutes, the film has since become an education staple in building healthy classroom cultures.
I think that as more teachers, more schools get involved with ‘America to Me,’ we can really begin to make a big difference in how we engage in conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusivity.
M. Cyndy Jean, Middle School Director, Hackley School
Among Our Impact Partners
ProQuest part of Clarivate Partners in Health ROCO Films
Picture Motion Scientific American Sundance Institute