Tellit Founder Message

Greetings everyone, this is Melina Kolb, founder of Tellit Multimedia. For the past 10 years, I have been producing video stories and photography to clients across the Midwest and even directed a feature length documentary while I was at it. I have made a lot of great contacts and friends and have learned so much about all the great work you are doing. As of October 2013, I will be working on a full-time contract with a marketing agency doing video and digital production work. It is likely I will be pursuing a new career path away from just video production and moving into the online and interactive space. I want to thank everyone who has been so supportive on shoots and working with me on so many projects. Some moments I will never forget are:

Remember Me Sue Selected to Screen on WTTW – PBS Chicago

wttwWe are excited to announce that Melina Kolb’s first feature-length documentary film, Remember Me Sue, was selected to air during primetime this fall on WTTW – PBS Chicago! Melina began filming in 2004 while still in college, and over the years has kept track of Sue and her work with urban youth in Chicago. Thanks in large part to her successful Kickstarter campaign, she was able to edit over 60 hours of footage in the past year and show WTTW what she was capable of.

In this letter of support from WTTW Senior Vice President and Chief Television Content Officer, he writes:

“WTTW is very selective about which independent producers to broadcast on our air. Melina Kolb is a special filmmaker with with the ability to tell a story that is important and engaging to a wide audience. I plan on broadcasting Remember Me Sue in a prime time slot on WTTW and hope to work with Sue to make sure that aggressive promotional efforts are done to attract many viewers to the broadcast.”

To learn more about the project, visit the documentary website.

Tellit Now Filming on Canon 5D Mark III

We are thrilled to now offer clients footage shot on one of the latest and best DSLR cameras for video, the Canon 5D Mark III. This camera opens up the possibilities for filmmaking by utilizing the same lens used for photography, making higher quality┬áimages and creating the beautiful “blurry background look.” Can you tell the difference? Over the next few months, we will be accumulating the supplementary accessories and additional lenses in order to transition the bulk of our cinematography to the new camera.

Interview shot on old camera

Interview shot on old camera

Interview shot on new DSLR camera

Interview shot on new DSLR camera