Red Dwarf is a Bay Area-based documentary production company.
After the Fire
Winner of the Tribeca Film Institute's If/Then American West grant, this film tells the story of the 2017 wildfires from the perspective of one town: Sonoma, California.
In 2016 the Chicago Cubs return to the World Series for the first time since World War II. The city celebrates...some of it, that is.
Connection: The Latino Community Foundation
Red Dwarf was tasked with telling the story of the Latino Community Foundation. We chose to focus on the intimate story of one of their beneficiaries, Ivan Quinones, and show how his immigrant experience set him on a mission to open doors for Spanish-speaking children in California.
Growth - Sonoma Valley Wholesale Nursery
Red Dwarf created this video to illustrate Paul Martinez's deep relationship with plants, and how that connection led him to forge a new path in the nursery industry.
The Ninth: Pluto in Focus
This video, commissioned by the Stanford Space Initiative to celebrate their contributions to NASA's New Horizons mission, tells the age-old story of humans' need to explore, and how this need drove scientist Ivan Linscott to turn his skills towards exploring the ninth planet.
Books on Wheels
The Alameda Country Library asked Red Dwarf to tell the story of John Grady. Growing up in Tuskegee, Alabama in the 1950's, John couldn't go to the "regular" library. Now, decades later, he makes sure no kid in Alameda County goes without a book.
Paths That Shine: Nantucket and the Essex
In 1820, a sperm whale rammed into the bow of a Nantucket whaleship and a legend was born. Our short documentary explores this bit of American folklore and its impact on Nantucket today. Premiered at the California Maritime Academy Film Festival in 2016 with subsequent screenings across the U.S.
Rainn Wilson on the Baha'is of Iran
Red Dwarf was brought on to edit and create visual effects for this important PSA.