EdenRage Media bridges the gap for broadcasters and television production houses
by its in-house designed converge-and-emerge philosophy.
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OUR VISION & MISSION
To become the world’s best in Immersive Media productions, by creating epic, awe-inspiring stories that allow audiences to play inside the worlds we create – be they brands or broadcasters.
Vision: To create positive, real-world change through extraordinary Immersive experiences & products
Mission: To become a global leader in driving positive audience behaviour through Immersive engagements.
Authenticity is the greatest commodity in modern media. Audiences seek a truth, emotional, visceral and factual. It is an integral part of EdenRage’s approach to immersive world building
Embrace technology to engage
Technology will always move forward; we make sure that as it develops we use it as more than a gimmick, but as the deepest possible means to pull an audience into our worlds.
From the core values inspired by the Effective Altruism movement. Do good and do it well. Make it impactful and measurable. Make a difference but make it effective too.
The maxim that you must have a new way of thinking to solve traditional problems is about importing mental models across all kinds of disciplines. Science, psychology technology, health and politics all intersect in good storytelling. We constantly seek out new ways to solve problems.
PROVEN TRACK RECORD STATS
Hours of broadcast television
Original show formats on series with multiple renewals across multiple broadcasters
TV Formats on 3 continents, with 2 feature documentaries broadcasting to over 100 million homes
Corporate communications videos at every level from tiny to global
Live events from corporate functions of 20 to over 2500
Blue Chip companies, corporate videos, internal communications and brand strategies with our immersive approach
Brett Lotriet Best created this short film, “Last Note” for the enigmatic musician EgoMunk. The video uses real suicide letters and the haunting music of the song “The Patient” to focus on the interior life of people who are prepared to commit suicide.
The video has been adopted by the Samaritans to try and help raise money for those who are in danger of taking their lives.