Isomorphic is an award-winning film production company that marshals feature film professionals to help clients create affecting marketing communications using non-actors. Our work has won six national awards and garnered attention on NPR, The New Yorker, Public Radio International, Huffington Post, and BuzzFeed.
"With Elliot I don't even have to have a good idea to get a great video. It's basically guaranteed it will be great." Ogi Kavazovic | Senior VP, Marketing, Flatiron
"If you are looking for a film company that can show the human dimension and relationships associated with your product, then I can’t think of any film company that is better at doing that." Dan Yates | Former CEO, Opower
"Elliot integrated with our team at an early phase and we expect to work with him for a long time. He can make the most boring business-to-business content feel genuine and human." Bryan Bennett | CEO, Cortex
"Elliot created one of the funniest and best and most timely ads for my group and it earned us a lot of attention." Tom Matzzie | Former Communications Director, MoveOn.org
"Elliot took us from 3% in the polls to 31% in the 3 weeks. I would highly recommend Isomorphic to any marketing team that wants to make campaigns that get noticed." Greg Fischer | Mayor of Louisville
"The company showed great command while creating the Clinton and Governors' endorsement spots ... it was a high-stakes situation and we were relieved to have them." Achim Bergman | Campaign Manager
We scale production for greater cost efficiency. Isomorphic plans production for multiple types of content in parallel, saving clients an average of 40% the typical cost for web design, company portraits, P.R. assets, and marketing art.
Still photographs can be pulled from the hi-res video files. Often these images are more organic than those that would otherwise be captured by photographers.
Isomorphic was founded by filmmaker Elliot Greenebaum. His feature film "Assisted Living" 2005 won the Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance and was called "one of the strongest debuts in recent memory" by the Chicago Tribune and "a transforming moving experience" by the New Yorker; the film had the highest per screen average in New York City the weekend it opened. Elliot has been a guest on the Charlie Rose Show, NPR, PRI, and has lectured on filmmaking at NYU, UCLA, and New York University School of Social Work. "Assisted Living" is currently being reprinted for renewed distribution but it can be seen by clicking this link.