Royal Film Company

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About

Welcome to the Royal Film Company, your production house for royal ideas and unique projects. We design and produce feature films, series, documentaries, social media content, live streaming and branded entertainment. Our goal is to create majestic entertainment with lasting emotional impact.

 
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Commercial

We design and create commercials and campaigns for all kinds of brands across the globe. These include your classic TV- or brand commercial as well as films about your company’s image or philosophy. We conceive and create branded entertainment such as branded series, TV-feature films or web-specials. Plus, we offer our vast experience in live streaming to your Facebook-page or YouTube stream. Crown your efforts with success and turn your company into a stylish online brand now.

Watch our latest project for Laureus and Mercedes-Benz.

 
 
 
 

Documentary

We have produced several documentaries for the international and local market, including the acclaimed „My fallen breadcrumbs“, „A Day in the Life of Sybil“ by famous dutch director Walter Van Leysenbeek and „Filou“, a film about a self-sufficient French peasant with unique humour. Currently, we are working on a feature length documentary called „ROAMERS“ about the ups and downs of living as a digital nomad.

 
 

Feature Film

With the experience of more than sixty feature films and series, the Royal Film Company is your perfect partner in storytelling and production. With our network of international screenwriters, directors and actors, we are able to create and produce the perfect feature film –– be it animation or live-action. Among our international hits are „Ribbons of Gold“ by John Garver, „Moonshine“ by Harold Moog and „The Trip“ by Caspar Telly.

 

Our Heritage

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Our Heritage

The Royal Film Company was founded in 1934 by cameraman M. Carpenter and producer Ben Calves. Over the years, many successful international formats were developed and produced. Including countless films for European and South American cinemas, such as the 1973 Peruvian box office success „El Corazón del Rio“ or „Ten Commandments of Love“ which hit Portuguese screens in 1986. In 2003, the Royal Film Company expanded its portfolio by advertisement and TV production.

One day, while filming in Rhodesia, M. Carpenter was severely attacked by a lion, but survived the incident by defending himself with the tripod of his camera. From that day on, the natives called Carpenter „lembe ingonyama“, meaning „He, who fights the lion“. A lion operating a camera became the logo of the Company and our proud motto has been „We fight like a lion for our films“ ever since.

Today, the headquarter is based in Stuttgart, Germany, and two branch offices are located in Dublin and London.

 
 

Green Shooting

The Royal Film Company is one of the few film production houses around the world that offer a full carbon neutral production. This includes sustainable power solutions, 100% compensation on all carbon emissions and organic food for the entire crew. Help us save the planet for future kings and queens!

 

Contact

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