Our partners

REVEL time

Eclectic’s events partner. They help you find a venue for your event, be it a party, training session or presentation. With RevelTime, the process is quick and reliable. Finding a venue takes just a few minutes. Everything you see here will be consistent with reality: your chosen venue will be free at the time you booked, all the furniture and equipment you were expecting will be there, and there will be no hidden charges.

Whatever your audiovisual needs, the White Horse Filmmakers’ Assistance Guild is on call and ready to help! We do everything, from providing technical support during shoots to working on postproduction. We supervise on location, compile dailies, assist in editing, colour correction, print output, DCP mastering, DCP adjustments (adding audio and subtitle tracks, advertising, etc.), and provide technical support at film festivals and separate screening events. If that wasn’t enough, we also provide consulting services and professional assistance on all aspects related to cinema, video, and television production, whatever the format or genre. Please visit our website, where you can read more about our experience and see what White Horse can do for you.

We look forward to working with you!

SoundFront is a sound studio in St Petersburg, specialising in voiceovers in Russian and English. Whether it’s narration for a film or presentation, IVR for your company’s phone system, or musical backing for a video, then look no further. The studio has been working with well-known dubbing artists and experienced native English & Russian speaking voice actors for more than 10 years, delivering exceptional results, quickly.

SCIT offers a non-degree post-graduate professional training program which aims at producing highly qualified interpreters and translators capable of meeting the requirements of the international market. It is a cooperative effort of the language services of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), the European Commission, the European Parliament, and the United Nations. SCIT was founded at Herzen University in 2008. Every year, around 15 highly-trained graduates leave the school to pursue international careers in translation and interpretation. 70% of the School’s graduates do internships with the UN. 41% of the School’s graduates get full-time jobs with the Russian MFA and such international organizations as the UN, Médecins Sans Frontières, and others. The courses at the School are designed and taught exclusively by practicing interpreters and translators.