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georgetown media is a video production company that develops and produces documentaries and informational and advocacy videos.


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Georgetown Media is a thriving multimedia company founded in 2001 by filmmaker Nicholas Feustel and graphic designer Hanns-Michael Rühle. Based in Hamburg's bohemian St. Georg quarter, affectionately known as 'Georgetown', the company initially focused on corporate films and digital post-production, alongside graphic and web design. In 2010, Georgetown Media shifted its focus to health issues, particularly HIV and breast cancer, and began producing innovative documentaries, advocacy videos, and informational content.

Their first documentary, I want to live, don't I? - A Cancer Diary, gained recognition and was nominated for an Adolf Grimme Award. Since then, Georgetown Media has collaborated with HIV and human rights organizations worldwide, creating powerful advocacy, educational, and health promotion videos. They also document international meetings, panels, and presentations. Georgetown Media offers a full video production service, utilizing a portable three-camera studio setup.

From concept to post-production, including music, they provide a 'one-stop shop' for clients seeking comprehensive health-related knowledge and sensitivity. With proficiency in English and German, Georgetown Media ensures effective communication and also provides full production liability insurance.


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