The team at ModernEpic crafts training materials and promotional content for Fortune 500 companies, NGOs and government agencies as well as contributing documentary television to the world’s best broadcasters.
ModernEpic uses a diverse range of visual storytelling techniques including elements from our collective experience in documentary, scripted drama, animation, and immersive video in order to create unforgettable content that has a lasting impact.
SOME DREAMS ARE EPIC
TEACH FOR ALL: RE-IMAGINE EDUCATION
KERRISDALE CAPITAL: STOCK PROMOTION
PAPER LANTERN: THE BUTTERFLY CLUES
THE RULES: CHANGE THE WORLD
ModernEpic has been making television documentary content for more than a decade. We've worked across more than fifty countries and every continent. Here are a few of our favorite short form TV stories out of the hundreds of international TV hours we've produced.
Allahabad: Kumbh Mela is the Hindu River Pilgrimage. It happens every twelve years, and this year became the largest gathering of human beings in the history of the world.
There are still some things in life that have to be seen to be believed. And then when you do see them: they make their own kind of perfect sense. ChessBoxing is one of those things.
THE CIA INSIDER
A look behind the scenes at the early days of the CIA’s use of “enhanced interrogation techniques” – told by the interrogator himself.
THE NEW POPE
Here is a look at the life of Pope Francis, the neighborhoods where he served as Cardinal, and a chance to meet some of his close family and friends.
CHINA'S MILLIONAIRE MIGRATION
Meet the ultra rich young reality stars growing up across the ocean from their native China.
THE BOY INSIDE
This is the story of Zack Lamb, a boy with one of the most severe cases of Tourettes Syndrome in America, and his life and death struggle to regain control.
FightKnight is the documentary following Captain Brand Lancaster as he leads a rag-tag band of knights into battle at the World Championships of Medieval Combat in Trogir, Croatia
One woman’s campaign to change centuries of Vatican teachings, and gain women the right to become Catholic priests and deacons.