Red Rock Films


We are experienced, no-fuss professionals who get the job done right the first time.
We collaborate with our clients to deliver what they want -- when they want it -- and always on budget.
We offer the personal touch of a boutique with the creativity and quality of a major studio.

We make our own rules. We know television.

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About Us

AboutUsPicRed Rock Films specializes in unscripted television formats for major broadcasters.  Current productions include a Discovery Channel Shark Week special – hot on the heels of Red Rock’s 2014’s hit Zombie Sharks. A new series, Secrets of the Arsenal, will premiere on the American Heroes Channel in first quarter 2015. The military aviation series Air Warriors, for The Smithsonian Channel, will broadcast later this year. Turtleman’s Kentucky for Animal Planet and more specials for Nat Geo Wild will broadcast in 2014 and 2015, and Red Rock’s ten-part reality show, Second Act with Paulie DiMeo, is currently airing on RLTV.

Red Rock Films launched in 2010 with three hours for Nat Geo Wild that documented the life-and-death drama of creatures struggling to survive along the Mississippi River during a major flood.  (Read the New York Times review here).  This critically acclaimed series was immediately followed by an hour of incredible wildlife footage in Wild Alaska for The National Geographic Channel. 

network-logo-collageRed Rock’s experienced staff comes from a diverse background and includes specialists in crime, reality, news and other unscripted genres. Our main office, in Bethesda, Maryland, is convenient and central to a range of major broadcasters including the headquarters for Discovery Communications, Travel Channel, The Smithsonian Network, and the National Geographic channels. Network execs often pop in for a chat, a drink, or to join in on one of our regular poker nights.

At Red Rock, our number one objective is to create great television. We are known for our collaborative no-fuss attitude and we strive to put every dollar on the screen.  We consider each and every one of our shows a calling card – and that’s why our broadcasters call us again and again.

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