Your film deserves impact.



Your doc is adapted

into six languages

by professionals.


Your doc can be seen

by a major part of

the world population.


Your doc can be entered

in hundreds of

international festivals.

What we’re looking for above all is stories! Relevant, unique, moving, fun stories that get people thinking and talking with each other. The accent is on how people are shaping the world today.


We’re looking for insightful, daring, caring documentaries with a universal message. The films have to tell a story that is not otherwise being seen, or hardly being seen. We believe the power of documentary film is to reveal and enlighten.


– Non-fiction ONLY.
– We require films to have ALL necessary rights and releases secured for us to feature them.
– We only select films that are free for ALL audiences.
– Please provide us with English subtitles if necessary.

– Fee: 19€



Still have questions? Please contact us. We’re here and happy to help!

If your film is selected, we will offer you services. Great professional services worth thousands of dollars.


Here is what you will get:

– 10-language professional subtitling and multilingual streaming on (English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian + soon Russian, Chinese, Arabic and Turkish).
– Promotion through social media and international media partners.
– Potential international TV distribution rights.
– Multilingual SRT files offered, allowing you to submit your film to international film festivals with proper subtitles.


Still have questions? Please contact us. We’re here and happy to help!

Lukas Schrank |

“I made an English-language documentary which addressed a global issue. The film gained a lot of exposure on the internet after a successful festival run, but somewhere along the line I realised that there was a large part of the audience that was missing”.


“ translated the film into 5 additional languages, ultimately helping the film reach a much wider audience, and become globally relevant. Films are made to be seen, and reaching an international audience like this is invaluable”.


Lukas Schrank, filmmaker, “Nowhere Line”