Think. See. Feel. SAVE.

I remembered that, and, remembering that, I remembered everything.
— Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Stories that save people don't have to be boring. It's time to create films that matter.  At Anticipate Media, we specialize in creating films for Emergency Preparedness, Law Enforcement, and Institutions that help move, change, and save lives. And we do it in a way that is most likely so succeed: by using emotion to help people remember.

 When you FEEL, you REMEMBER. And that's what you need in visual communication. Especially if you are saving lives.


A film is - or should be - more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what’s behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.
— Stanley Kubrick, Director

Our primary goal is simple: we ensure you see life as you remember it through the creation of cinematic video. The scientific evidence supporting this emotional-memory theory has been widely studied. Unfortunately, this finely crafted approach to emotionally conveying critical information and feeling is often missing in much video and especially emergency response training that we see today.

At Anticipate Media, we want you to succeed in changing, and saving people's lives. Creating effective communications isn't about the volume of buzzwords you can use. We are simply about getting it done. What matters at the end of the day is simple: does your audience remember your message or not? Are they engaged emotionally in what you are saying? If not? Your message is lost. 

But if you create something that people relate to in their hearts? They remember what you said. And that can make the difference between a tear shed or not, or a life saved or lost.