Real Art Daily (RAD) Productions is a multi-functional media company. We are currently in various stages of development and production on multiple projects: a feature film, web series, music videos, and short an animated film. We also produce theatrical productions that include outreach and education opportunities for the local arts community.
If Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations”, “Broad City” and “The Office” had a crossover episode you’d have this first-of-its-kind comedy travel series, “Americans Abroad”. We are wrapping up our first 7-episode season which will be released on Youtube on Friday, April 3, 2020.
In small town Oklahoma, a kindhearted and vulnerable woman who is trapped in an abusive relationship, must overcome her fear of her husband’s violent rage, and her own religious indoctrination in order to leave the marriage and claim her independence.
We are currently funding the project and completing development. Principle shooting is targeted to begin in the Summer 2021.
This is a cross-over project including both live-action and animation. We are currently in the production of the animation portion of this short. We have a talented team of 3D Animators creating the magical world of Yarnia and bringing our fascinating characters to life. This delightful short will be entered into film festivals in 2021.
Real Art Daily (RAD) Productions produces music videos in association with our sister company, Nebula Artist Development.
We create great music videos at reasonable prices.
If you’re interested in a quote for your music video, please email us at email@example.com
*Music video production has halted during the Covid-19 pandemic and will resume once it is safe.
This project is in the conceptual stages. It will be a “New Works” existentialist play written and produced by Georginna Feyst. It’s the counterpart (Phases 2 & 3) to Real Art Daily (RAD) Productions 2017/2018 production of Jean Paul Sartre’s “No Exit”.
Real Art Daily (RAD) Productions produced the famous existentialist one-act play, “No Exit” by Jean Paul Sartre, with 12 performances in March- April 2018 in Los Angeles at the Chromolume Theatre.