We're Going Coastal!

Kim Brattain Media, in association with Mission Film Works, is proud to announce their acceptance into the 2017 Cape Fear Independent Film Festival in Wilmington, NC. 


The 2017 Festival runs June 15th-17th. An Act of Trust is scheduled to screen Saturday afternoon at 2p.

An Act of Trust is a short documentary that follows refugees in Europe, ripped from their families, and forced from their homes with only the clothes on their back. These refugees, women and children, teenagers, parents and grandparents, are all being helped by members of a Christian church in Budapest - the very same church that sheltered Jewish girls during the Holocaust.

See the trailer here:

What to Look for in a Corporate Video Production Company

Kim Brattain Media is a full service corporate video production company. We provide award winning corporate video production services to customers from our Charlotte, North Carolina corporate headquarters. We believe that a good story is priceless. Kim Brattain Media is passionate about sharing your priceless story through video. It’s your story; let us help you share it.

Kim Brattain, the founder of Kim Brattain Media, understands the power and possibilities that video offers to share your priceless story with customers and with employees. Kim is a veteran television journalist and anchorwomen.  She has won numerous awards, including 3 regional Emmys and several Associated Press awards for journalism. Kim’s years of experience in front of the camera, as well as behind the camera, gives her a unique perspective and skill set which is part of the very fiber of her corporate video production company.     

At Kim Brattain Media, our approach to corporate video production is to take a comprehensive, analytical approach, and couple it with creativity. We first want to know your story on a deep level; only then do we use our creativity and years of video production experience to produce a video that truly tells YOUR story. By using this approach, we are able to create corporate videos that allow you to tell your story in a way that captures the very essence of who you are and what your corporation stands for. Our team of corporate video production experts create corporate videos that inform, inspire, and connect with your target audience.

Whether you need a corporate identity video, training videos, or compliance videos, Kim Brattain Media is there for you every step of the way. It’s been said that the genius is in the details. Nowhere is this truer, than in corporate video production.  At Kim Brattain Media, we know that it is the fine details that distinguish a truly great corporate video from all the rest.  Our attention to detail can be seen in every corporate video we produce. Let the corporate video production experts at Kim Brattain Media help you tell your story.

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How to Start Your Non-Profit Video Marketing

Your non-profit organization is your passion, your mission. You want to share that passion with the world, yet you are just beginning to explore the growing platform of video and visual marketing. The benefits of video on your various online platforms are increasing as search engines such as Google are awarding higher SEO ratings to websites with videos on their home page.

If you’ve considered visual storytelling, but aren’t quite sure where to start, here are a few thoughts to get your creative light bulb shining.


Recent studies show that YouTube is the second largest search engine. Who is the first? The search engine giant, Google (who, by the way, owns YouTube). People are searching for videos. They want to watch, be moved, and share with their friends. By having a video that makes your audience laugh, cry, or overall peak their interest, you have created the perfect start of a shareable campaign.

Supportive Housing Communities uses storytelling to pull at heartstrings, with focusing on one client's success story:

Video is not limited to one marketing platform. Social media sharing, website homepages, and even email distribution are just the beginning of the possibilities with video marketing.


A picture is a thousand words, right? Think how much you can say to your audience with more than one image. Are you looking to share the story of a recovered addict who successfully completed your program? How about presenting a powerful overview of your organization to potential donors?

Whatever your purpose of your video, the perfect combination of visuals, music, and script can achieve in moving the viewer. Find your target audience to develop the perfect plan to convey your message.

Take it from one of our clients who told us, “One guest (I found out yesterday) had to walk out during the video portion because it hit too close to home; but she’s planning on making a contribution to further our work.”

What a powerful way to communicate all the passion you have for your own mission!


Did you know 100 million Internet users watch at least one video each day? That’s a huge number of potential supporters for your non-profit mission!

By identifying what stirs your supporters’ hearts and showcasing that part of your mission, you can continue to bring in funding from new faces and returning fans alike. Drive your viewers to connect with your business and mission. Give them a reason to want to back your ideas and goals. Create a call-to-action that will leave your audience wanting to act.

In a recent study, Video and Visual Social Media passed Blogging and Phone Banking in importance in 2015 for the first year yet.  Your supporters are out there; it’s now important to find the best way to reach them.

In a word full of quick scrolling and short messages, it is crucial to find a way to grab your viewers’ attention, keep them engaged, and inspire them to act. Video marketing is becoming a key way to share your story to the world, quite literally, and inspire others to join you.

Want to learn more about how Kim Brattain Media helps non-profit business share their stories? Shoot us a message here:  http://www.kimbrattain.com/contact/

Fun facts found at www.nonprofitmarketingguide.com/2016