Media Production & Programming
Maximize the impact of your media by working with All Senses Go to produce your video content, design educational materials, or create a programming & outreach strategy. We craft learning experiences that take accessibility into account.
All Senses Go founder Matt Lauterbach has over a decade of experience crafting narrative non-fiction media, including feature-length & short documentaries, exhibit videos, and online interactive experiences. We can help develop and supervise your script during pre-production, direct and coordinate shoots during production, and edit your material into an engaging teaching tool in post production.
Discussion Guides and Educator Resources
Make it easier for teachers to use your film in their classroom by working with our experienced education team. We will help you to create engaging discussion guides, standards-aligned lesson plans, and rich resources that help to deepen student understanding and exploration.
If you would like to screen your film in the greater-Chicago area, All Senses Go can connect you with local speakers, panelists, venues, accessible accommodations, and -- most importantly -- an audience. We have collaborated with organizations like Backbones Online, Bodies of Work, and ReelAbilities Chicago to arrange dozens of screenings that spark dialogue around issues that are important to the disability community.
Have Questions? Want to learn more? We look forward to hearing from you!
We work directly with your staff, board, or department to help you design strategies for organizational growth related to accessibility practices
We work directly with filmmakers and producers to ensure that captions are accurate and true to a film's intentions, meeting highest quality captioning standards
Help blind audiences to better understand the visual world of your film or video with concise, vivid audio descriptions
We serve as your Access Coordinator, connecting you to the best local service providers, including audio describers, sign language interpreters, real-time transcribers, and more