Red Rock Films
specializes in science, nature, history and children’s programming for online content providers and major broadcasters. Our regular clients include Discovery Channel, Nat Geo Wild, Animal Planet, The Smithsonian Channel, American Heroes Channel, NG Learning/Cengage, Sesame Studios
. Red Rock Films is the one of the world’s largest producer of North American based wildlife content, with more than 20 hours of blue-chip natural history programming currently in production.
Our projects, both long and short form, include 4K, 2D, 3D and VR. In 2016 Red Rock Films produced a first-ever virtual reality simulcast for our Shark Week special Isle of Jaws. Viewers could watch the show on cable, and at the same time experience an entire act in VR through Facebook.
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. Since that auspicious debut, we have since branched out into a range of programming: from hosted & unhosted, engineering & science, history & animals and much, much more. Red Rock Kids launched in early 2016 and is underway with multiple productions aimed at pre-school and school-aged children. In 2018, our reach expanded to Johannesburg, South Africa with Red Rock International, an office fully dedicated to the needs of the International marketplace. Our HQ, located in Silver Spring, Maryland, is convenient to a range of major broadcasters and content providers. Our clients often pop in for a chat, a drink, or to join in on one of our regular poker nights.
At Red Rock Films, our number one objective is to create great content. 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 clients call us again and again.
Our 2020 Vision: By 2020 Red Rock Films will be North America’s largest provider of science, nature and history based content – with multiple formats and series across cable, in the classroom, digital and on the big screen.