WHO WE ARE
We all love stories. We’re surrounded by them; whether it’s a movie we watch with the family, or a book we read, or the bedtime stories we’ve heard growing up. Wherever we go, there’s a story waiting to unfold; waiting to change our life.
With millions of stories to choose from,
where do you begin?
That’s where Trampoline Media comes in. We bring the best of them to you, in their different forms; audio and visual.
WHO WE ARE FOR
Kids, Pre-teens and Teens
who want to explore the world through unique, diverse stories.
who want to make sure their children are ready to face the world.
who want to use the power of storytelling to elevate their teachings.
We reach them through our partners:
Content Platforms, Educational Institutions, Film Festivals and
Cultural Organizations across South Asia.
The Trampoline Promise
Bring stories that are fun, engaging, inspiring and safe.
Open the doors up to a world full of possibilities, adventures, and learnings.
Introduce new cultures and experiences.
Portray the world through different lenses to encourage understanding, empathy & compassion.
Leave one with questions; encourage one to seek answers.
Media professional with 18+ years of experience; a decade in the children's content space.
Artistic Director of the International Kids Film Festival, a one-of-a-kind film festival, reaching more than 1 million students from 15,000+ schools.
Head of Films and Content at LXL Ideas, producer of 75+ award-winning short films for children with 5 National Award Films.
Previously worked for CNBC Awaaz Channel, CNN IBN, BBC Worldwide, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, Star World Asia and PSBT.
Media professional with two decades of experience in film and entertainment events.
Head of Program for the International Kids Film Festival.
Indian Delegation Coordinator at the Marrakech International Film Festival (2003) and organizer of the Royal Tribute to the Bombay Film Industry (2012).
Cross-culture facilitator of the Indian Film Festival alongside IIFA in Amsterdam, Dubai and Yorkshire.
Partnered with Goa Fest, the Film Archives, and the Thompson Foundation for Film and TV Heritage for film preservation.