About Borderline

Borderline Media Services’ wide range of core capabilities were honed in the development of highly successful feature film entertainment. Borderline is the premier digital media partner for companies in Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland. Borderline’s executive team has a deep-rooted history in storytelling. They wrote and produced “Fatwa” (2006) starring Lauren Holly (NCIS) and Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) and “The Way of War” (2009) starring Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr. (Jerry McGuire) and Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons (Whiplash). The success of Way of War opened the door for Borderline to begin working with both corporate and start up clients. The experience with feature film production has provided Borderline with a unique story driven marketing perspective while providing clients with a higher level of service. At the end of the day we have spent plenty of time on your side of the table.

Over the last ten years Borderline has leveraged this experience to work holistically or on a project basis with a wide range of private sector clients in a number of capacities. From video production, to web development, to core marketing strategy the Borderline team has managed and produced all aspects of the marketing continuum. Working with clients such as Volvo, National Cancer Institute, Lincoln Financial, 1776, Decisiv, ADS Tactical, and The Business Godfather. In 2011 Borderline worked to launch Reel Potential, which uses Hollywood movie clips to engage, train, and educate present and future employees. Borderline’s studio connections allowed us to assist Reel Potential in becoming the first firm in history to access feature film clips from the major Hollywood studios for corporate communications. Additionally Borderline has helped develop unique proprietary tools such as the InTouch Email Marketing Platform, which gives our clients a definitive marketing edge.