Telenova specializes in the creation of 3D productions for film, television, and large-format cinema venues. The company’s TV productions have aired on major broadcast networks, including HBO, Showtime, PBS, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, NHK, Canal+, ZDF, and the BBC. Telenova’s creative collaborations include projects with the Smithsonian Institution, the World Bank, the Environmental Development Agency of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and the King Abdulazziz Center for World Culture in Saudi Arabia.

Among the company’s credits are the IMAX 3D film Galapagos 3D, the PBS special Jaguar: Year of the Cat, the two-part Sahara: Seasons in the Sand, and A Thousand Roads, the signature film of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. Productions currently in development at Telenova include the IMAX 3D film Energy: A World in Search of its Future and the 3D fulldome films China: The Great Land, Biodiversity: The Web of Life, and Eskimo--an avant garde multimedia work created by the arts collective The Residents.