Sarah Mosses (United Kingdom)
Founder & CEO
Together Films

Sarah Mosses is the CEO of Together Films, a marketing, distribution & data company in London.

Sarah leads strategy development for film & festival clients to ensure impact objectives are met using data-driven audience engagement techniques. Sarah frequently presents at leading film festivals, and in 2020 launched the Digital Perspectives webinar series discussing technology solutions during lockdown. She also co-hosts the Digital Power webinar series in partnership with the Center for Media & Social Impact supported by The Perspective Fund. She has helped secure over £4M in funding for production, marketing and distribution in recent years. Sarah was previously the Partnerships Manager for Doc Society, working on the Good Pitch initiative and setting up the BRITDOC Film Distribution division.

Together Films work with filmmakers to craft Impact Distribution Campaigns to increase both their social impact, audience reach and revenue potential. Since the industry fall-out from COVID-19, Together Films have been leading the way in pivoting to online digital platforms for film screenings and working alongside various organisations to troubleshoot the issues they are facing. They also provide support for festivals including DOC NYC and HRWFF (London & NYC) to provide marketing & partnership support.

Together Films have worked on titles such as For Sama (Channel 4), The Hunting Ground (CNN), Unrest (Netflix) and consult on around 200 different films each year.

CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR: Together Films are currently looking for projects in production or rough cut who are looking for Impact Distribution Strategy support. We can support projects with consultation early on in the development process and sign distribution rights for completed projects. We cover US/US for all rights and global for non-theatrical licensing.

We work predominantly on social justice documentaries. We would love to meet projects who are currently looking to create campaigns around the following issue areas; climate change, indigenous rights, racial justice, reproductive justice, women’s rights.

STYLE: Creative Doc, Hybrid, Observational documentary, Presenter Led/Participatory

GENRES: Biographies, Culture, Education, Environment, Factual Entertainment, Gender, Human Interest, Indigenous, Music, Politics, Race, Social Issues

FORMAT: Feature, 70+ mins, Online, Multiplatform, Interactive, VR / AR / MR