Red Rock Entertainment is a UK based film finance company, located at the world famous Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, home to some of the biggest TV shows on British television and the studio of choice for many successful British films.

Working in conjunction with a number of UK production companies to raise equity for film, TV programmes and film distribution, Red Rock Entertainment offer a number of tax efficient investment opportunities.

Red Rock Entertainment primarily works on projects that are at an advanced stage and are looking for the final amount of financing. Our sole focus is on film and TV projects that have a commercial appeal, an identifiable audience, moderately low and controllable costs and a sound financial structure.

Current Films In Production For Investment

Ria (Film)

(Jess Impiazzi) is a young woman who finds herself reliving the same day over and over. Each day Ria wakes up to her normal routine but finds a different person playing her husband ‘Jack’ by her side. Why? Because Ria is actually the star of her own reality show A DAY WITH RIA’. 

Each husband is a contestant, there to show the world what they are made of. Ria re-lives her perfect 1950’s housewife day over and over again, until one day her routine becomes tiresome and Ria holds the current Jack (Charlie Clapham) to ransom.

This Jack also happens to be the Vice President (Dean Cain) of the USA’s son. 

These dramatic turns of events mean the public discover the true massive conspiracy behind Ria, her husband(s) and one man’s (luke Goss) secret vendetta against the Vice President.

The Laureate (Film)

Laureate is the true story of Robert Graves, the globally renowned author and icon of the bohemian 20’s was married when he began an intense and torrid love affair with writer and muse Laura Riding. 

This led to a menage-á-trois between the married couple and a new collaborator.

The arrangement was further complicated with the arrival of handsome Irish poet Geoffrey Phibbs.

Tensions and rivalries reached boiling point, and culminates in Graves being charged with attempted murder. In the style of The Postman Always Rings Twice, Henry and June, and The Last Tango in Paris, The Laureate is a passionate and unflinching tale of sexual awakening, obsession, and jealousy, set during the life of one of the 20th Century’s most admired writers.

Boats N’ Bikes (TV)

The show is best described as factual entertainment and is full of fun and adventure, with glamorous presenters, stunning locations across the USA and Cuba with great music and fascinating people. 

There is a liberal sprinkling of comedy zingers throughout! Award winning film director, Sebastian Lyte takes the audience deep into the fabric of the boating and motorcycling community and brings to the screen, a true insight into this fascinating world. 

Our standout presenters, Joshua Kloss, Jessica Harbour, Adam Brudnicki and Otmara Marrero travel across the USA and Cuba on ultra cool motorcycles, having all sorts of adventures, reviewing standout yachts and motorcycles, going big game fishing, diving deep into the ocean and working with the US Coast Guard. 

This warm and likeable series has the added excitement of our guys riding out with the San Diego Laughin’ Devils, the Iron Warriors and the Chrome Knights in Florida and meeting up and riding with the legendary Harlistas in Cuba.

Exquisitely shot in true 4K, Boats N Bikes is a breath of fresh air, telling real stories about real people, beautifully. Join us for the adventure!

The Contractors (TV)

The Contractors will focus on the life and times of private security contractors in hot spots and war zones around the world.

These men and women do extraordinary jobs in extreme environments. 

This series will examine the people at the eye of the storm and what drives them there. These Contractors come from a variety of backgrounds with each individual story taking a very personal look into some very complicated characters with as much turmoil around them as inside these brave individuals. 

This will be no ordinary “fly on the wall” series, as we take our cameras to the most extreme and dangerous front lines in the private war on terror, drug cartels, poachers and pirates. Kidnapping, suicide bombings and covert intelligence operations are all in a days work for this rare breed, but it’s not all blood and guts, as many of them are responsible for the protection of humanitarian aide operations or medical support in places where many dare not go…but we did.

Louisa, An Amazing Adventure, (Animated film)

The animated film shows a simplified, fictionalised, story, concentrating upon the central characters.

The true history is, however, just as interesting, and thoroughly epic in nature. In 1899 a sailing ship, the Forrest Hall, was in danger off the northern coast of Exmoor, England.

It had left Bristol on the 12th of January on a journey to Liverpool where it was to be refitted.

There was only a skeleton crew including apprentices on board. A tug boat, the Jane Joliffe, was towing the ship as the worst storm of the year was beginning to batter the coast. The line from the tug snapped, causing the two vessels to collide.

The rudder of the Forrest hall was damaged and the ship could no longer control its course. The tug had also been damaged in the collision and returned to port in Wales.

The Forrest Hall dropped its anchors but was still swept east along the Exmoor coast towards Porlock Bay. Distress flares were fired, but the nearest lifeboat at Watchet was unable to launch due to the storm. A telegram was sent asking for the Lynmouth lifeboat to launch.

It proved impossible to launch at Lynmouth too, but the telegraph wires failed preventing the coxswain, Jack Crocombe, from reporting this. The Lynmouth boat had no choice but to launch.

Jack knew Porlock Bay was more sheltered and took the decision to take the Louisa over the 13 miles of exposed moor and try once more to launch. This journey required 18 horses and one hundred volunteers from Lynmouth and Lynton to help the 14 members of the crew of the lifeboat. At about 7pm they began to haul the ten ton boat up the 1,400 foot high, one in four slope to Countisbury.

This part of the journey, covering about a mile and a half, took almost five hours. Once in Porlock the road was blocked by a cottage which protruded into the road. A wall and a corner of the cottage had to be demolished to allow the Louisa through. The road from Porlock to Porlock Weir, where Jack Crocombe intended to launch, had been washed away by the storm, so the boat had to be taken via a longer, inland route.

A fallen tree had to be cleared from the road with axes. Once at the beach the Louisa was launched at about 6am. The crew were away from their families for forty hours during the journey and rescue. The rescue itself was fairly straightforward, a task the crew were used to performing. The journey across Exmoor, though, was an epic adventure.

Some of our Past and Current Films...


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