OUR MISSION STATEMENT
People People Media Company is a boutique media house based in Palo Alto, CA. We produce original documentary and narrative content in collaboration with businesses and nonprofits. PPMC aims to increase empathy by asking good questions and listening to the diverse experiences of unique people. We have released projects through The New York Times, PBS, and film festivals around the world. People People has fiscal sponsorship through the Atlanta Film Society (501c3).
We have produced documentaries IndieWire has called "inspiring" and San Diego Magazine has called “funny, heartwarming, and tragic, all at the same time."
Our films have reached viewers through The New York Times, PBS, iTunes, and movie theaters.
Our projects have premiered at film festivals such as Sundance, Palm Springs ShortFest, Atlanta, Aspen ShortsFest, DOC NYC, Newport Beach, and Cucalorus.
Set in Argentina 1960, this true crime documentary follows secret agent Zvi Aharoni (Mark Pinter) as he searches for a mysterious man named Ricardo Klement. What he discovered in the remote outskirts of Buenos Aires would send shock waves around the world.
Read more at: www.thedriverisred.com
Santiago Gonzalez IV struggles with the tensions between his sexuality, nationality, and religion as he prepares for his college graduation.
Watch via The New York Times here.
The film will premiere at Cucalorus Film Festival in November 2017 and will travel the 2018 festival circuit.
Follow 90-year-old Janey as she writes and directs her latest original, socially relevant community theatre production for her small town. Experience the creative process unfold with a cast of colorful townspeople, as they engage with the arts amidst a local economy devastated by the recent recession.
Learn about hosting a screening here!
We have a number of quality projects in development. We are always interested in serious conversations with potential creative and financial partners.
We look forward to hearing from you.