World Language Communications

World Language Communications Logo Jason Gurvit CEO World Language Communications Translation Services

World Language is an international translation service provider with clients in countless industries including government, pharmaceutical, energy, banking, telecommunications, media/advertising, automotive and beyond. Such clients range from the US Department of Justice, US Army, FBI, DEA, UCLA Medical Center, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer, Honda, AT&T, Ericsson, Nokia, Cingular, Fox, Honda and Volkswagen, Siemens as well as hundreds of law firms, clinics and hospitals around the world.

World Language Communications has a 24/7 Quote System for Translation, Interpreting, Transcription, Copywriting, Editing, DTP, SEO, Proofreading, Localization, Subtitling, Internationalization, Multicultural Consulting, Voiceovers.  We are certified 100% USCIS (INS) approved.

Jason Gurvitz Green is a serial entrepreneur with a heavy focus on the enterntainment industry.  Having founded Gren Dog Films to produce independent feature films from with bold new and established international filmmakers. Jason was most recently Executive Producer of "The Ungodly," starring Wes Bentley, a co-production with Spain and he was Producer of Broken Kingdom, directed by Daniel Gilles, starring Rachel Leigh Cook and Seymour Cassell, and currently in production is Savaged, directed by Michael Ojeda as well as numerous films with Deborah del Prete (The Spirit, Green Street Hooligans).  Jason has developed projects with award winning filmmakers from Canada, the UK, Australia, South Africa, Spain, Mexico, Germany, and Russia, Jason has several projects going into production this year in Canada, Spain, South Africa and Germany. In his role at Maya Pictures, he works with filmmakers worldwide not only to develop content and maintain a unique creative vision for each film, but also to leverage multi-party productions, facilitating international treaty relationships and working with sales, financing, distribution, and government entities to make the best use of media funds, inter-provincial, state and regional tax credits, whilst bringing emerging and veteran international writers, directors, talent and crew together.  His experience in film production and entertainment in the international stage made him realize that there with the world's increasing "flatness" and transparent borders, language and culture were a "barrier" that organizations (both profit and non-profit) needed to effectively have a tool to overcome.  This was the genesis of his latest venture, World Language Communications.

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