When you bring a project to Ducat Media, a small, tightly knit team of specialists led by Vivian Ducat and established in 2007, they will find the media solution that best suits your ideas and material. Media formats include video as well as media-rich websites and museum-quality kiosks. Drawing on over thirty years of experience as a journalist, filmmaker, and multimedia producer, Ducat herself takes the lead on all projects and follows them through from conception, design and development to final production. Her personal attention ensures that exceptionally high editorial standards are maintained throughout the lifecycle of each project. That’s why educational and cultural institutions such as the Library of Congress and the Museum of the City of New York feel comfortable working with Ducat Media. And that’s why we think you will, too.

Ducat Media's 2012 feature documentary film, All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert,which premiered at the Hamptons Film Festival, has won many awards including the Cine Golden Eagle, the Chicago International Film Festival's Silver Plaque, the Salem Film Fest's Audience Award, the Arlington International Film Festival's Best of Festival, the Heartland Film Festival's Crystal Heart Award for Documentary among others. In 2010, Ducat Media’s interactive museum work won a MUSE AWARD (Honorable Mention) from the American Association of Museums for the "Louis Kahn Trenton Bath House" website, designed for Mercer County Department of Planning in New Jersey. The award, which highlights "the highest standards in the use of media and technology" was an Honorable Mention in the category of "online presence.”

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