TurnHere, Inc., the leading online video solutions platform, today announced its global professional filmmaker network has surpassed the 5,000-filmmaker mark. Reaching this milestone allows TurnHere to continue to fill the soaring demand for its high-quality Web video production. The filmmaker network is an invaluable asset for TurnHere's locally based production platform, which delivers narrative-style online video advertisements to companies in a range of industries.
TurnHere's filmmaker network spans more than 50 countries, allowing companies to tap into TurnHere's broadcast-quality video production expertise and Web distribution capabilities from virtually any destination without the traditional hassle and expense of transporting production crews to filming locations. TurnHere matches filmmakers with local businesses to convey a compelling story that captures the spirit of the company and the people behind it.
"TurnHere's filmmaker network is the heart of its business model, and our success is made possible through the individual filmmakers' dedicated work. The growth of our network validates our business model for both local businesses and filmmakers alike," said Morgan Brown, TurnHere's director of marketing. "We rely on our filmmakers to produce emotionally engaging content in the unique TurnHere style that is paving the way for a new approach to online video advertising."
TurnHere has a number of award-winning documentary filmmakers within its network. They work collaboratively with TurnHere clients to develop online videos that serve as brand extensions and build customer loyalty, while extending visibility across the Web.
"Working with TurnHere gives me a great opportunity to work on my craft, sharpening my story-telling and editing skills. I get to meet a lot of interesting subjects and the work provides me with a great source of extra income," said New York-based filmmaker Chris Cassidy, who won a 1999 MTV World AIDS Day Film Festival award for "Dear Barbra," a documentary about his mother.