REDHORSE makes photo and video documentaries. In an obstinate way. Because Redhorse is not your average horse. It’s wild, for sure. Untamed. And hardly ever found. We’re a bunch of documentary makers, photographers and videoreporters breaking out of their…
REDHORSE makes photo and video documentaries. In an obstinate way. Because Redhorse is not your average horse. It’s wild, for sure. Untamed. And hardly ever found. We’re a bunch of documentary makers, photographers and videoreporters breaking out of their comfort zone. A collective that is. Not a business. Independent but together, we encourage each other to greatness. We look for beauty, solitude, undiscovered places. Truth. Contrast. We paint audiovisual rooms with color, forms and dead sharp images. Reporters floating on creativity. Indians that don’t need anything but the world, a camera and a horse, maybe.
WE TELL STORIES - that inspire. Or upset. About everything, but most likely about human rights issues, current affairs, adventurous, social, cultural or ecological themes.
RIDE WITH US – We are open for all your assignments and documentary proposals. We know how to start a fire and get a story told. We like to hear from you! Contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO WE ARE – THE STORY OF THE TAXI In february 2009 videoreporter Roel Nollet and photographer Bart De Bock went off to the Cordillera, a mountain region in the north of the Philippines, for a documentary on political killings and disappearances. Together with Lynn Heye, from the ngo New World, they form the ‘Redhorseteam’, named after a popular Philippine beer, that – so goes the myth – is brewed by a Belgian recipe. The team quickly gets the hang of it. The documentary is called ‘Taxi Filippino’ and gets nominated for the Concentra Award. A prestigious international award for outstanding video journalism. And so Redhorse does not return to the stable. Photo- and videographer Gieljan Van Goethem joins the team in 2010.
NICE TO KNOW - Red Horse was a chief of the Sioux in Lakota. In 1881 he documented the battle of 'Little Bighorn' between the Sioux and the United States with 41 drawings. He also wrote short reports. He thus was a 'videoreporter', before the actual invention of the videocamera.
MISSION Redhorse is constantly looking for stories that scream for attention. Inspiring tails that deserve to see daylight. It’s a platform for young and ambitious reporters, photographers and videoreporters as ourselves, with the same drive to shoot these stories and bring them out in the open. Let us tell your story. Ride with us!
WATCH US- redhorse.tv
CONTACT US- webform or email@example.com.
FIND US – On FACEBOOK.com/redhorsereporters and TWITTER @redhorsetv