Some of the leaders ideafarm’s people have worked with — from award-winning artists and tech startups to global manufacturers and healthcare organizations — include:
415 Group | AIDS Legal Council of Chicago | Berkshire Hathaway Homesale | BigTime Software | Blue Plate | Chicago Symphony Orchestra | Combi Packaging Systems | Delta Media Group | Diamond Jim Greene | Envoy Net Lease Partners | Esperanza Health Centers | Feralloy Corporation | First Industrial Realty Trust | International Council of Shopping Centers | KPMG | Lauren International | Marc J. Lane Wealth | Massive Change Network | Michael & Michael | Mississippi Gabe Carter | Park Grill | Stark Truss | Wynright
We're all about story.
Based in Chicago, ideafarm is a full service creative studio that works with corporate, entrepreneurial and non-profit organizations to concept and create results-driven, cinematic-quality short films designed to inspire, educate and motivate.
We create branding films, customer success stories, case studies, product/process demos, online series and thought leadership films that work to demonstrate the expertise of a client organization, the smarts of its people, the strength of its culture — and its importance to the communities it serves.
Having worked in journalism and advertising, at agencies and within companies large and small, we have the experience and in-house resources to execute projects from concept to completion, including scripting, interviewing, filming, music, editing, post-production and photography services, along with high-level website, collateral and social media support.
In addition to commissioned films, we create independent narrative films. Our latest premiered at the Oscar-qualifying L.A. Shorts International Film Festival and recently won Best Comedy at the 2019 Dam Short Film Festival, Nevada’s largest film festival. We are also award-winning writers whose scripts have taken top honors at Phoenix Film Festival, Moondance Film Festival, PAGE Awards, LA Comedy Fest and LA Comedy Shorts, as well as being a finalist at Austin Film Festival, Sundance Episodic Labs, New Hampshire Film Festival and more than two dozen other competitions, receiving $30,000 in competition prize money and placing twice in the prestigious Nicholl Fellowships.