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Participant Media believes that a good story well told can truly make a difference in how one sees the world. Whether it is a feature film, documentary or other form of media, Participant exists to entertain audiences first, then to invite them to participate in making a difference.
With Disneynature, Participant will be at the forefront of the Blue Movement, presenting movie audiences with a fresh and immersive experience through the feature documentary Oceans. Oceans dives into the mysteries of the deep to bring you never before seen imagery and give you an unprecedented look into the waters that are vital to our existence.
Providing such a good cause with a content management solution that enables longtime client Participant Media to work much more efficient on their projects was a true pleasure for T-sign.
Participant Media is a media enterprise with headquarter in Beverly Hills that focuses on the production of socially relevant films, documentaries, TV programs as well as print and digital media. The company is directed by CEO Jim Berk and was founded in 2004 by Jeff Skoll who presides over the supervisory board. Participant Media tells stories that are exciting as well as entertaining and at the same time highlight the truly momentous things in our lives. For each of its projects Participant Media launches a far-reaching Social Action Program and forms interest groups in order to originate individual and collective activities based on the ideas and inspirations of a film.
Participant Media’s productions include films like „The Kite Runner“, „Charlie Wilson’s War“, „Darfur Now“, „An Inconvenient Truth“, „Good Night and Good Luck“, „Syriana“, „Standard Operating Procedure“ and „The Visitor“. Not only do Hollywood Stars like George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Robert Downey Junior, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt and Donald Sutherland perform in front of the camera but also internationally renowned artists such as Sheryl Crow or politicians are active for and in the company’s productions. Al Gore, vice president of the USA under Bill Clinton, points to the global climate change in „An Inconvenient Truth“.
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