Welcome to NGOFilms, a unique video production company committed to advancing human rights and a more equitable world. The company shoots all over the world, creating long and short-form videos that ignite conversation and inspire action while consistently garnering the industry’s most prestigious awards including Oscars and Emmys.  

Among recent projects, River of Gold focuses on the dangers of illegal gold mining in the Amazon winning Best Environmental Film of the Year at the International Environmental Film Festival in Paris. Their feature-length film, The Cost of Silence reveals the vastly under-reported deadly human health consequences of the 2010 BP oil spill.  It was nominated for Best Feature Documentary at The Sundance Film Festival.

NGOFilms Creative Director Reuben Aaronson





Project Angel Food was the lucky recipient of a film by Reuben Aaronson’s NGOFilms.  Not only did Reuben shoot the film beautifully, he found the most poignant way to tell the story of our drivers, who are the lifeline of our organization.

Reuben’s film brought the audience at our annual gala to tears and helped us to raise $50,000 in less than 10 minutes!

NGOFilms came to our rescue. We are a small organization with a large mission: to help bring about peace in the Middle East.  We needed a short video to put on our website and Reuben brought his heart and talent to the job.  Now his film is our calling card to the world.

Every American should have the opportunity to see “Strangers in Town” amazing job of conveying a moving true story of humanity at its best.

The Cost of Silence” gives you urgent reasons to turn up at the ballot box with your rage and opposition.


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