ARCLIGHT is a production company creating film, television and video for Entertainment and the Arts.


Founded in 1997 by filmmaker Steven Kochones, Arclight Productions is an award-winning film production company specializing in documentaries, commercials and behind-the-scenes content for the entertainment industry and the arts. Since 2009, the company has produced 16 original documentaries commissioned by the Annenberg Space for Photography, including THE WAR PHOTOGRAPHERS, NO STRANGERS and WATER: OUR THIRSTY WORLD, produced in association with National Geographic. The multi-award winning film WHO SHOT ROCK & ROLL premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival before playing at over 25 festivals around the world, and the feature documentary COUNTRY: PORTRAITS OF AN AMERICAN SOUND debuted at the 2015 Nashville Film Festival. The Arclight team has also produced behind-the-scenes content for Warner Bros., Focus Features, Universal, DreamWorks, 20th Century Fox, HBO and more. The company’s portfolio includes work for major museums such as the California Science Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and renowned artist David Hockney. With a professional staff at full-service facilities in the heart of Hollywood, Arclight also offers high quality production services, editorial services, and post-production finishing at high resolutions (4K), high frame rates (60fps) and 3D.