production services

DDC is a multimedia production company that specializes in international documentary production. We combine the skills of a full-time, production house with a global team of filmmakers from every region on the planet, to offer a wide range of production and post-production services.

We have worked with major broadcast networks and award-winning production companies on both feature and independent documentaries, as well as brand films; working closely with directors, producers, and production managers. We have supplied film crews, gear, and production support - as well as assisted with post-production services - to create premium documentary productions.

Our filming services are designed to meet the diverse needs of our clients. From location scouting and permit clearance, to staffing and gear rentals, we take care of every detail to ensure a smooth and successful shoot. Our post-production services include assistant editing, media management, archival research, and motion graphics. Our in-house team is here to elevate your project.

International Expertise

Our full-time staff includes more than a dozen producers, cinematographers, editors, and animators who work together daily across four continents. Collectively, we have worked on projects in 90+ countries.

Vetted partners

Our extensive network of collaborators boasts filmmakers from all parts of the globe. DDC specializes in finding production talent anywhere on earth.

broadcast Quality

We hold our work to the highest standards and own the right gear, including 4K cameras and professional-grade lighting and audio.

Feature doc experience

We’ve organized and staffed productions for HBO, Showtime, Apple TV+, CBS, ESPN, and more. We bring that level of storytelling and aesthetic quality to every film we work on.


A DDC original production, this concept lays the groundwork for a docuseries currently in development. Our team was involved in every stage of the project: research, scripting, directing, shooting, logistics, and currently overseeing the post-production. The shoot featured a 4-day excursion across New York City - from Harlem to Washington Square to the Financial District - resulting in a tight and efficient production experience.


How to Come Alive with Norman Mailer

For this Showtime-produced feature documentary about the thought-provoking author Norman Mailer, DDC supplied camera, sound, and production assistance, as well as the camera/grip truck. Our team filmed during two weeks of production across the American Northeast from March to April 2022. Featuring interviews with filmmaker John Waters, writer Gay Talese, and numerous members of the Mailer family. Our latest collaboration with Emmy Award-winning director Jeff Zimbalist.

Client: Triage Entertainment / All Rise Films

L’ile Rouge

DDC Madagascar's managing producer, Mamihasina Raminosoa, worked closely with Cannes Award-winning director Robin Campillo on his latest film, shot on location in Madagascar in 2022. The French scripted feature film tells the story of a young boy's journey during the end of the French colonial era in the country. Raminosoa worked as an executive producer for the Madagascar portion of the film, directing all of the performances by Malagasy actors and overseeing production services in Madagascar, including permitting, locations, and casting.

Client: Les Films de Pierre

11 Minutes

Through emotional first-hand accounts and never-before-seen archival footage, this documentary immerses viewers inside the largest mass shooting in our country's history. For the production, DDC provided camera and sound crew for principal filming locations including Las Vegas, San Diego, Seattle, Nashville, and Washington DC during winter and spring 2022.

Client: Triage Entertainment / All Rise Films

Broadcaster: Paramount+

Awards & Recognition: Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Current Affairs Documentary (2023); highest rated documentary program on Paramount+ since the streamer launched and received an Emmy nomination; Two gold medals at the New York TV & Film Awards for best nonfiction series and best direction; winner of the Christopher Award (2023).

The Line

A companion to the award-winning podcast, this docuseries examines the moral ambiguities of war as embodied by the 2018 case in which a US Navy SEAL platoon accused its chief, Eddie Gallagher, of war crimes. For the project, DDC provided camera, sound, and lighting crew across all principal filming locations, including Florida, Virginia, New York, Texas, and North Carolina in 2020.

Client: Jigsaw Productions

Broadcaster: Apple TV+

Awards & Recognition: 2022 - Emmy Award nomination for Best Documentary and for Outstanding Investigative Documentary

Canaries: The Future of Journalism

Canaries is a miniseries which aims to build broad support for independent journalism in the digital age, which starts by showcasing the work of bold media startups around the world. DDC oversaw production on location in Japan, Belarus, and Colombia.

Client: Open Society Foundation / Outriders

Awards & Recognition: Best Documentary - Media Film Festival 2021s

Inside ACC Football: A Game Day Experience

DDC's team worked hand-in-glove with the ACC to produce - from beginning to end - this intimate look at an annual tradition in college football.

Client: Atlantic Coast Conference

Broadcaster: ESPN U

Selected Post-Production Services



DDC contributed to filming with this award-winning independent documentary about overcoming difference and working beyond prejudice in one of the most diverse communities in America.


All In

This all-access documentary follows top surfers as they take on the World Surf League Championship Tour. DDC's team handled all post-production.

Client: Red Bull TV

We Who Remain

We Who Remain is the first character-driven VR film shot in an active war zone. It brings you into the lives of four people – a journalist, a student, a mother, and a rebel soldier – who struggle to persevere over the challenges of making their lives in an unceasing war. DDC's team provided post-production services.

Client: New York Times