Christian Schultz is a filmmaker from New Orleans, currently living in Texas. Making films about people.View Work Explore All Directors
Whether it’s a commercial, web video or a feature-length film, we believe that every project has the power to move someone. That’s what storytelling is all about. For us, script to screen means more than full-service. It’s about using our creativity and passion to execute a vision so that everyone can share in the experience.
Okay, but what do we really do? Red Productions is a video production company with offices in Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles. We’ve produced a wide range of projects for everyone from large commercial clients to non-profit organizations to major film studios.Who We Are
Jeff McCarthy is a commercial director based in Los Angeles. He’s directed commercials and viral campaigns for Tecate, Emirates Airline, DJI, McDonald’s, Charter, Cisco, and more. Some of the agencies he’s collaborated with include Facebook, AKQA, Davis Elen, Nomads, High […]View Work Explore All Directors
Originally from Louisiana, Emily moved to Los Angeles with a film production degree from TCU. She landed a job working at 20th Century Fox TV in comedy development where she spent two years learning the ins-and-outs of television development from pitch […]View Work Explore All Directors
Andrew Disney is a Fort Worth native, NYU-trained writer, filmmaker and commercial director. Along with creating videos for such brands as 7-Eleven, Dallas Cowboys and Herzog & de Meuron, Andrew is an award-winning film director for his feature films SEARCHING […]View Work Explore All Directors
One of the most common questions we receive is “How much will my production cost?” Red Productions handles a full spectrum of budgets and project types, all of which present their own unique costs and resources. Check out our pricing page to see what project elements you should consider when contacting us for a quote.
There’s a sad, sad fact that I will be facing in just four weeks – my time interning for Red Productions is coming to a close. After a semester of learning the industry and probably asking way too many questions, […]Read More