Welcome! Redhead Productions is a Montreal-based production company dedicated to making films that inspire, educate, and entertain.





 

 

 



 

 

CLAY VS. CLAY follows Clay Peters, a 33-year old recovering addict who dreams of becoming the next world heavyweight boxing champion. Along the way, he convinces a world-renowned boxing coach to train him, and a young filmmaker to follow his story. Written and directed by Elias C. Varoutsos and edited by Alan Kohl, the film will make its Canadian television premiere this coming August 2016.

In MAL'OCCHIO, filmmaker Agata De Santis sets out to uncover the world of the evil eye - where one can become physically ill by another's envious glances, where the only remedy is a phone call to the old woman down the street, and prevention involves wearing strange-looking amulets. Agata travels to Italy, New York, and to her mother's kitchen in Montreal to decide once and for all if the evil eye is real.

 

JULY 8, 2016. THE ECSTASY NOTE has been invited to be part of the "Not Short on Talent" installation at the Phi Centre in Montreal. The installation features a different selection of short films every month. THE ECSTASY NOTE will be available for viewing alongside nine other Canadian short films from July 8 to 31, 2016. Admission is free. The Centre is open daily. For further details, please visit phi-centre.com.

FEBRUARY 1, 2016. Post-production is officially underway on CLAY VS. CLAY. Directed by Elias C. Varoutsos and edited by Alan Kohl, the documentary film follows Clay Peters, a 33-year old recovering addict who dreams of becoming world heavyweight boxing champion. Along the way, he convinces a world-renowned boxing coach to train him, and a young filmmaker to film his story. The film will make its television premiere this August.

AUGUST 31, 2015. Redhead Productions is very excited to announce that Agata De Santis' latest documentary film, IN THE CASE OF JOHN FLORIO, was awarded a development grant from SODEC. The film explores a extraordinary new theory in the Shakespeare Authorship Question debate. What if the greatest English writer to ever live was actually the son of an Italian immigrant? The film is presently in development.