We are the distribution arm of Virtual Content Group, and specialise in the distribution of factual programming in 4k, 3D and HD. Since October 2016, with VR hailed as ‘the new platform’, we have started to produce and distribute 360 degree videos and virtual reality experiences.
We represent many award-winning producers from all over the world, and are always on the lookout for compelling one-offs and series.
Our clients range from international broadcasters and VOD buyers to CE manufacturers and other emerging media platforms.
The distribution team is based in Melbourne, Australia and we attend all major content markets including MIPTV and MIPCOM.
With over 15 years of industry experience, TORSTEN HOFFMANN is in charge of monetising content, globally.
He frequently speaks at media events (MIPTV, MIPCOM) and conducts workshops (DISCOVERY ASIA, NHK), worldwide on emerging media trends and content consumption patterns.
Torsten has produced several documentaries and also wrote and directed BITCOIN: THE END OF MONEY AS WE KNOW IT, which has won several awards and viewed more than 300,000 times.
He is serial entrepreneur, angel investor and advisor to several technology and media start-ups.
Torsten holds an MBA degree from the University of Oxford and is a member of Christ Church College, Oxford.
BRINDA PAUL with six years of industry experience, is the Head of Operations - working with broadcasters and online platforms, ensuring responses, deals and deliveries are fast.
She manages our global and independent network of filmmakers and agents and attends all major content markets.
Brinda has a Bachelors and Masters in Law and is the scriptwriter to one of our best-selling titles Khumbu Valley.
ILSA HARUN is a Malaysian based in Melbourne. She is responsible for marketing and social media as well as supporting research tasks. She has also been involved in script writing along with mediating clients and producers. Ilsa’s passions lie in writing, photography and travel.
Ilsa is currently completing her Master of Marketing Communication from University of Melbourne.