Your doc is adapted
into six languages
Your doc can be seen
by a major part of
the world population.
Your doc can be entered
in hundreds of
We can distribute
and generate revenue.
What we’re looking for above all is stories! Relevant, unique, moving, fun stories that get people thinking and talking with each other.
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 since we believe the power of documentary film is to reveal and enlighten.
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Ruth is a Spanish filmmaker, programmer and researcher based in New York. She is Associate Festival Director and Programmer of the Human Rights Film Festival IIFF DOCS, Features Associate Programmer at DOC NYC and lead curator of Modern Family, Programer at DocumentaMadrid Film Festival and Programming advisor at the Architecture and Design Film Festival. Ruth has been working in non fiction for the past 15 years, her work has been shown in theaters, festivals and museums internationally. She often collaborates with other artists and filmmakers as a producer, cinematographer and editor.
Jean-Jacques is an international consultant. He develops documentary projects with Seconde Vague Productions and works for Sunny Side of the Doc (SSoD), the most important international marketplace for documentary. Jean-Jacques is programming Sunny Lab, the transmedia department of SSoD focusing on new narrations (VR, gaming, animation, data journalism, etc).
“My short documentary was translated into 5 languages by 99.media, which helped it gain a lot more exposure and massively increased its global reach.
Further to this, 99.media became the film’s official distributor. They have successfully negotiated several deals on my behalf and brought in some very useful revenue.
I have a lot of respect for, and trust in the team, who has always dealt with me in a professional and honest fashion and who I believe has a real passion for short film and a lot of respect for filmmakers.”
“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”.
99.media 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”.