Let us be your guide through this strange, new frontier.

Dogfish is dedicated to bringing its one-of-a-kind expertise, experience and knowledge to like-minded brands and creators who also want to revolutionize the way content is made and experienced. The more people exploring and using and sharing these new practices, the more effective and smart and lean the industry will become. So let’s make a baby, baby.

We’re offering consultation on a per-client basis in areas that include (but are not limited to) marketing, distribution, investor relations, investment strategy, community building, thought leadership, and content library monetization.


Let’s talk about you and me.

We’d love to hear about your company, brand or content and talk about how we can help bring it into the next phase of our industry.

If you’re interested in working with Dogfish Services, please get in touch HERE and provide some info about your company!

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James Belfer - Founder & CEO

James founded Dogfish in 2009 to produce and invest in independent film (in which he made 6 films). He was named by Deadline Hollywood as one of 2012′s 10 Producers to Keep Watching. In 2013 he launched the Dogfish Accelerator program after an inspiring experience working for TechStars in Boulder, Colorado. He’s a Northwestern University graduate and received his MBA from NYU Stern in 2013. He currently is an Adjunct Professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts where he teaches Strategies For Independent Producing. James aspires to be one of the world’s most renowned hermits. He tends to spend most of his free time in South Williamsburg watching cartoons and googling “best Texas BBQ in NYC.” He also runs a monthly meetup called A Presentation of the Deplorable, Bizarre, and Terrible in which he binge watches 10 films in a row that most of the world has never seen (most of the time for glaringly obvious reasons). As of July 2014 only 3 people have attended.