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532 Glenview Ave
Oakland, CA, 94610
United States


Faber Productions is a San Francisco Bay Area video production company helping businesses and organizations engage audiences and move them to action.

Videos for Government Agencies

Government training and public agency videos are a specialty of ours. Get the word out on important projects, get buy-in from personnel; we make it happen.

Videos for Government agencies

Faber Productions creates high-quality videos for government agencies. We won a Telly Award for our videos on Alameda County's Crisis Intervention Training (CIT), which teaches police officers de-escalation skills to better handle interactions with the mentally ill.


The washington Post calls on US

In addition to winning a Telly for our CIT videos, portions of our videos were used by The Washington Post in an investigative report highlighting the need for more mental health police training nationwide.


Three Videos, three goals

One video promoted and explained CIT to the general public; a second was shared with other counties with the goal of moving toward implementation of CIT regionally, and the third accompanied the department’s annual evaluation report.


Agency internal communications

Alameda County Public Health's Community Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation department came to us to help gain buy-in across the agency and among community organizations they fund, for a new state mandate: Results Based Accountability.  Our job was to show and make people feel that RBA isn't about holding people to account for failures  it's about measuring success.


Anti-Drinking and Driving Video for El Cerrito High School

A dramatic anti-drinking and driving video created with Color Motion Studios, the city of El Cerrito and the California Highway Patrol for El Cerrito High School, using volunteer student actors, parents and first responders.  It played in the El Cerrito high school auditorium to dramatic effect due to the participation of well-known school students.