We are delighted to announce the latest addition to Red Dream Production's video production facilities and it's nothing short of epic.
It's the Walkera QR X350 Quadcopter complete with a GoPro 3 and long range video transmission setup.
This addition will allow us to provide stunning aerial footage/photography as well as underwater filming up to 40 metres, exponentially increasing the production value of any film, documentary, corporate promo or music video.
Feel free to contact us with any queries.
After an eight year hiatus, Mick Taylor is back on the big screen for another run at some unsuspecting tourists making their way across the Australian outback.
The film is loosely based on horrific events that took place in Australia over 13 years ago and while the subject matter is dark, the villain of the piece, Mick Taylor, portrayed by native oz John Jarrat, is great to watch as he dispatches his victims with a smile on his face and some witty one-liners.
The budget has obviously increased for this long awaited follow up and you can expect to see some jar dropping and often stomach churning special effects. While films like Wolf Creek are not to be everyone's taste, the horror fans out there will surely enjoy this one. It's not exactly plot-heavy and it won't leave you wondering how the writers came up with such a deep message, but it's shot well, has some great laughs to balance the horror and left this horror fan wanting more.
Director - Glen Mclean
Starring - John Jarrat, Ryan Corr, Shannon Ashlyn
Did you know that the American hunting season of 1999-2000 hit an all time low number of kills?
Apparently the Blair Witch was to blame as following the release of the "found footage" film the number of people camping in the woods across the country skyrocketed.
The increased number of nature loving movie buffs resulted in the local wildlife to going into hiding, thus preventing hunters from bagging that much sought after prize deer.
And some people say horror films are a bad thing.
Win for the deer we say
Have a Great Weekend
Red Dream Production's latest short film titled (Killer Tunes) starring Anthony Packenham and Adrian Garry and written/directed by John Stewart, will be included on a special compilation featuring filmmakers from all around the globe. The Collection is called "World of Death" and is to get a worldwide release on DVD and Video on demand services this year.
The film follows a budding musician recording his debut album following his success on a TV talent show. All seems to be going well until his producer capitalises on an opportunity to cash in on the musician's career.
Killer In The Cloud is based in a small town in the midlands of Ireland and follows Garda Michael Wesley as he attempts to solve an old murder case in an effort to prevent the closure of his local station.
Following news of his unofficial investigation reaching a local newspaper, he receives a strange parcel and with the help of an old friend, soon realises there is more to the case than meets the eye.
Release details coming very soon