Video Production

With over 100 nonprofit video production clients since 2004, we are experts in developing videos designed to transform the reach, impact, and perception of your nonprofit organization. The Open Media Foundation provides clients with video rivaling the quality of any commercial production house at a fraction of the cost.

We exist to ensure nonprofits have access to:

  • Produce: High Definition videos that help you train, motivate, raise funds and increase awareness
  • Leverage: DVD authoring and encoding for your website, YouTube, Facebook and local TV
  • Expand: Reach new audiences and inspire them to better fulfill your mission

Book Trust is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower children from low-income families to choose and own books, inspiring a passion for reading and cultivating increased literacy skills and life-long learning. For the last five years, OMF has created videos for their annual fundraising events. This year, we wanted to do something new. 

The mission of Family Tree is to help people overcome child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness to become safe, strong and self-reliant.

Peak Academy trains and coaches employees at all levels to improve the way government works.  With Peak Academy's help, the Excise and License team was able to reduce average wait times from over 3 hours to 15 minutes. This video explains some of the innovations that helped make that change possible.

This project involved our production team taking a trip to beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The video focuses on the addition of an advisory program at Pagosa Springs High School, and how this simple change has helped each student build a stronger relationship with a teacher in their school, thus improving the overall school climate. 

Designed for the monitors at City Hall (hence the vertical layout,) this video was created to highlight The Westword's Mastermind awards. In 2005, Westword introduced the MasterMind awards, honoring the artists and arts organizations that were changing the cultural landscape of Denver.

The Denver Afterschool Alliance helps improve program quality and increase afterschool access for all of Denver’s youth. This video shows how the DAA brings together providers, school and city officials to create a long-term collaborative plan addressing the need for high quality afterschool programs citywide.

OMF has worked with The Colorado Education Initiative on several video projects this year, two of which involved our production team taking a trip to beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado. This video highlights the importance of health and wellness in schools, and the innovative ways the Archuleta School District is incorporating health and wellness throughout their curriculum. 

Spacelab is about creating the space for educators to work together in a professional learning environment. It's made up of three strands: design thinking, networking sessions, and "seeing is believing" excursions.

1280 Sherman is home to one of the most popular vegetarian restaurants in Denver, City O' City, as well as a multitude of other cool spaces.

According to a study by the Colorado Futures Center, more than 80% of Coloradans pay more in school property taxes than they would have if voters had never enacted TABOR (the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.) This animated video explains why and what the state would need to do to change that problem.

The Inventing Room and Chef Ian Kleinman were sponsors of OMF's 2015 Anniversary Dinner. 

At Its Root is a narrative, "telenovela" stype film about HPV Prevention, written by the CU Denver Latino Research & Policy Center. The film was produced, shot, and edited by OMF. Specifically targeted at latinas ages 16-29, the goal of the video is to encourage young latinas to protect themselves and get the HPV Vaccines. We created a spanish version of this film as well.

The Eden Alternative is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to creating quality of life for Elders. OMF partnered with Eden Alternative to film videos at two different elderly care centers in Denver, Brookshire House and Colorado Lutheran Home.

Denver Kids, Inc. helps Denver Public Schools students, grades K-12, who face the personal challenges of higher risk environments to successfully complete high school, explore post-secondary options and become contributing members of the community.

What does Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) look like in action? Watch fourth-grade students and teachers run through a module — and see kids who are interested and engaged in reading and writing.

Book Trust has been a client of OMF for the past several years. This year's Book Trust video highlights the organization's lasting impact by showing how Book Trust is helping to close the word gap by talking with students who are about to leave for college and grew up with Book Trust, thus instilling their lifelong love for reading.

A promo for PrideFest 2015 featuring highlights from last year's livestream of the event. 

Family Star Montessori offers authentic Montessori to children and families of all backgrounds and abilities. "Growing Stronger" was the theme of their 2015 Lunch with the Stars event where this video debuted. 

The DPS Foundation is DPS' fundraising partner. The A to Z Fund is a DPSF innitiative which provides grants to individual schools for programs and activities that go beyond the school's budget.

The Denver Public Schools Foundation is Denver Public Schools' fundraising partner. This video highlights Isaac Solano, a DPS graduate and Achieve Gala speaker, who will soon be graduating from Columbia University with a Master's in Education.

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