We are not newcomers to short form video. In fact, it’s been our medium of choice for over a decade.
Based in New York, Redglass Pictures specializes in cinematic short form documentaries. We believe they have the power to change the way we see the world. Whether we’re telling your story in 12-seconds or 12 episodes, we'll help you connect to new audiences in a profound way.
Our work has been distributed by HBO, PBS, The New York Times, and The Atlantic and has been displayed in museums and public events all over the world. We have won a DuPont and two Webby Awards and our films have reached 45 million people on Facebook. We’ve interviewed some of the most influential leaders of our time including Barack Obama, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and JJ Abrams. Recent projects include a viral short film featuring Neil de Grasse Tyson, and an immersive installation at The New York Historical Society.
A few of our projects: The World Expo, “How To Win An Election” with The New York Times Op Docs; George Saunders On Story for The Atlantic; and a twenty- part digital series: Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies with Ken Burns for PBS.
Partners and clients include: The New York Times,The National Academy of Science, The New York Historical Society, WETA, PBS, Ken Burns, Thinc Design, Pepsico, GE and Johnson & Johnson.
Do you have story that needs telling? Contact us.