Video Production
Video Production

The Open Media Foundation produces videos that are expertly crafted to transform the reach and impact of your organization. As an integrated media agency specializing in nonprofit and public sector clients, we ensure that you connect with your unique audience through stories that resonate. With OMF's 50% matching grant, our clients don't have to compromise on quality. 

We are here to:

  • Produce High Definition videos that help you train, motivate, raise funds and increase awareness
  • Optimize your videos for maximum impact through social media, strategic web placement, and local TV
  • Expand your voice by reaching new audiences and inspiring them to support your mission



This video highlights Denver Kids’ 2020 Vision and Strategic Plan to be a major impact player in the dropout crisis facing our community.

Blended Learning is a program of Denver Public schools that is transforming the classroom and evolving our ideas about how students learn and how teachers teach. Blended Learning combines teacher led instruction with an innovative digital curriculum.

A highlight reel for Denver Public Schools' 2015 Night of Honor, an annual event honoring exemplary Denver Public Schools teachers and staff. The celebration was held at DaVita headquarters in Denver and the video includes footage shot by the OMF production team as well as DaVita crew.

The mission of Escuela de Guadalupe is to develop compassionate leaders for the world of tomorrow. This video pays tribute to the Escuela de Guadalupe Legacy Society, which includes donors who designate Escuela de Guadalupe as a beneficiary in their will or estate plan in order to enhance the long-term viability of the school.

The DPS Foundation is Denver Public Schools' fundraising partner. This video highlights the importance of leadership in Denver Public Schools as well as leadership training programs such as the Ritchie Program at the University of Denver. It also follows the story of DPS Principal Nick Dawkins, who trained attended several of DPS' leadership training programs.

A half-hour special presentation of a bold new vision for community media. Combining archival footage with interviews and b-roll, Opening Access presents a compelling picture of an emerging model for alternative media that will engage new communities and new voices.

Denver Botanic Gardens' Research & Conservation Department take you to their research site.

NEWSED’s primary focus has been to solve long-term economic problems in disadvantaged communities by securing and coordinating resources for neighborhood revitalization, developing needed shopping areas and services, fostering minority and neighborhood business ownership, job retention and creation, increasing home ownership and affordable rental opportunities, neighborhood organizing and

Each One Teach One- No More Gap is a highly effective, innovative program which is addressing education disparities for hundreds of DPS students, particularly English Language Learners who are prone to literacy struggles. Each One Teach One is funded by the Denver Public Schools Foundation.

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.

For over three decades, Family Tree has provided innovative, life-changing services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence and homelessness. In the past year, Family Tree provided services to tens of thousands of people in efforts to empower individuals to discover their own strengths to create lasting, positive change.

Fit, Fun, and Literacy is an after-school program created by Denver Public Schools, serving nearly 700 DPS children in grades K-5 at DPS’ 12 highest-need schools. Fit, Fun, and Literacy is funded by the Denver Public Schools Foundation.

Book Trust provides books for kids from low-income families- books that they choose themselves and that become their very own


A video of the July 19, 2013 event at Civic Center Park featuring a specially choreographed, live performance. The event was in connection with Nick Cave’s exhibition at the Denver Art Museum. 

Mondo Zen Protocol Short Video, produced by the Open Media Foundation.

Hunger is solvable, and sustainable solutions exist to eradicate hunger. Hunger Free Colorado is connecting the dots so every child, adult and senior has access to nutritious food; the fuel needed to lead better, healthier lives.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver art programs offer young people an outlet for their creativity and talent while building upon critical skills that help them in the classroom. In fact, there is broad consensus among educators that art programs are important to a child’s academic development, self-confidence and school engagement.

Native Entrepreneurs: Faces and Stories of Economic Development Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery Creating healthy Native American economies requires innovative and successful entrepreneurs.

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.

By teaming up with Scholastic Book Clubs, Book Trust provides children in grades K-6 who are living in poverty or low-income households, the opportunity to choose and own books.
Every month, September through May, each child receives a $7 credit to purchase two or three books. That's 18-24 books a year! And that can be life-changing.