Saboteur Media is a fully integrated filmed entertainment company that is part of the Goldcrest family and based in New York. Along with producing and financing feature films and television, Saboteur has built one of the premiere documentary distribution companies in the United States, while also leveraging their international sales infrastructure and expertise to sell titles on a territory-by-territory basis worldwide.
Saboteur was founded on the mission of bringing vital films to audiences around the world, and with a focus on empowering filmmakers to engage directly with their audiences. Instead of sidelining filmmakers during the distribution process, Saboteur believes in positioning filmmakers at the forefront of the release, and incentivizing them to drive awareness and to build a network that they can rely on from project-to-project.
Core to Saboteur’s business is their feature and television documentary production unit. Saboteur, through their partnership with Sebastian Junger, is responsible for producing Emmy winning and Academy Award nominated documentary films such as Restrepo, Which Way is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington (HBO), The Last Patrol (HBO), Korengal, and most recently Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS for National Geographic Channel.
In addition to their partnership with Sebastian Junger, Saboteur has produced over 30 feature films including Rubble Kings (Netflix), Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives (Showtime), Stolen Seas, Pussy Riot (HBO), Tell Spring Not to Come This Year, Doin’ it in the Park: Pick-up Basketball, NYC, Being George Clooney and The Iconoclast.
Saboteur is based in the West Village in New York, where they operate a full service post production facility under the Goldcrest Post New York banner. Goldcrest Post NY has worked on feature films including Carol, Love is Strange, Carrie Pilby and Slumber, along with television properties such as Billions, Hap and Leonard, Blue Bloods, Treme and The Girlfriend Experience.