And we come to you. Although high-tech in every way, our production equipment is highly portable. We’ll move about your office or manufacturing environment with a minimum if disruption to your routine.
To keep costs down even further, we can blend footage recorded on DVD and other video formats from previous productions with your current project. Finally, RK Studios will provide you with a broadcast quality digital master for duplication and distribution. Or we’ll do the duplication for you and include your logo and artwork on the packaging.
With 25 years of marketing experience under our belt, RK Studios will not only create a distinctive, eye-catching commercial for your product or service, we’ll make sure it targets the market you want to reach, and at the same time, positions your business in its own unique niche.
Finally, here’s something to consider. So many consumers view TV in environments such as restaurants where the audio portion is virtually non-existent, a business should make sure their message can stand-alone visually. RK Studios will show you how we do it.
From original to cover, cutting edge to soft and mellow, RK Studios can produce a concept or performance video that will catch the eyes and ears of the agent, gig or contract you’ve set your sights on.
Our experience in the business puts us in contact with entertainers, musicians and celebrities. We’ll work out the details for rights and contracts; you just relax and enjoy the event. If you are looking for air play for your special event, we’ll get you pointed in the right direction.
We not only color correct and make minor repairs to your old photos and 35mm slides, we’ll add movement to them with pans and zooms and other effects. Plus we edit your movies and videos to include only relevant scenes. The end result? Memories that are enhanced with titles, backgrounds and music that will endure digitally long after the original images have faded or worn out.
Randall Lee, owner of RK Studios in Grass Lake, MI with an office in nearby Chelsea, announced that his recently completed documentary “The Purple Rose in Full Bloom” is to be featured at the Florida International Documentary Film Festival September 12 – 14 in Boca Raton. “It’s the history of actor Jeff Daniels’ Purple Rose Theatre Company which he founded in 1991,” explained Lee who wrote, produced and directed the film. “Very few people outside of Chelsea, his hometown, realize Jeff got his start in theatre, not movies. “He started out as an apprentice at the Circle Rep Theatre in New York which did only new American plays,” continued Lee. “At the same time he forged a bond with playwright Lanford Wilson, one of the Circle Rep’s founders. Wilson would eventually premiere plays at the Purple Rose.” In addition to an extensive interview with Daniels, Lee stressed he filmed interviews with several cast and crew members as well as members of the community impacted by the theatre’s presence. “The PRTC is a professional, not-for-profit theatre,” Lee said.” For it to survive more than twenty years in a city as small as Chelsea, is nothing short of remarkable.” According to Lee, just 32 films are being featured at the three day Florida event, chosen from several hundred submitted for consideration. “It certainly validates my efforts over the past 10 years,” concluded Lee. “The challenge now is going to be how to top it with my next project.”
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