Case studies.

We've had the pleasure to work on a wide variety of projects, some of which are listed below.

Through these case studies, we hope to offer prospective clients a more authentic understanding of how we work through the filmmaking process, from coming up with the first ideas through to delivering a complete film.


Portrait of a Providore

Sparked by the refurbishment of their foundational ironstone buildings, Wirra Wirra sought to reinvigorate their tourism initiatives including cellar door and winery tours, and fine South Australian dining at Harry’s Deli. The challenge from our end was to introduce would-be guests to the range of behind the scenes tours on offer, simultaneously showcasing the facilities, the spectacular McLaren Vale setting, and the local people and produce which attract guests from the four corners of the globe...

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During the building stage of the now-famous east end hang out, NOLA Adelaide ran an ambitious crowdfunding campaign: $15,000 to purchase and install 16 custom beer taps to bring bar goers a curated local range of oh-so-delectable craft beers. Undeterred by a glaring lack of subject matter (how do you get people excited about taps that don’t exist yet, in a place that is yet to be built?), our brief was to inspire the local booze loving community to get behind a cause they could raise a glass to...

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Renewal SA commissioned Red Fox Films to create a series of short films—one for each of four local start-up success stories. The challenge was to capture the unique personality of each business, tap into exactly how they had benefited from support, and drum up further interest among the start-up community...

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Augnablik, a pop-up cafe-come-gallery named after an Icelandic word meaning ‘in the blink of an eye’, needed a video to introduce themselves to the world, and to gain some much needed foot traffic during their four month stint on Hindley Street. With a vibe that’s unlike anything most patrons have encountered, we sought to convey a foreign yet familiar experience which would turn website visitors into in-store customers during Adelaide’s competitive Mad March season...

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