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The Royal Budapest Film Co.
Production Company
Budapest, Hungary

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About

Founded by American director Justin Reardon in 2016, The Royal Budapest Film Co. has quickly established itself as one of Europe's most unique production companies. With offices in Budapest, Hungary and Los Angeles, we support media production across all platforms including commercials, videos, feature film and TV. We function as a traditional production company with our roster of award-winning international directors, while also offering production service, allowing us the flexibility to shape to any type of project.


We are a a company driven by great creative ideas and are supported by an experienced world-class production staff. As an international production company located in Budapest we're able to maximize the incredible artistic and financial benefits available in one of the world's top filmmaking destinations. 


 

Specialities

While a young company, The Royal Budapest Film Co. has become the go-to production resource in the region to agencies, production companies and TV networks alike; producing a variety of top-notch projects such as Emmy-nominated Documentary Now! series for IFC starring Fred Armisen, Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett; as well as many high-end worldwide commercial campaigns for Heineken, Samsung, WestJet, VolksWagen, Volvic, amongst many others. In addition, The Royal Budapest team is currently developing a slate of original feature films.

 

Our Services:

  • ·       Screenwriting
  • ·       Directing
  • ·       Commercial/Film/TV Production
  • ·       Commercial/Film/TV Production Service
  • ·       Location Services
  • ·       Post Production
  • ·       Tax rebate services


Our Directors:

  • ·       Justin Reardon http://www.royalbudapest.com/new-gallery-3
  • ·       Julian Pugsley http://www.royalbudapest.com/julianpugsley
  • ·       Charles Burroughs http://www.royalbudapest.com/charles-burroughs
  • ·       Nimrod Antal http://www.royalbudapest.com/new-gallery-2
  • ·       Gianluca Minucci http://www.royalbudapest.com/gianluca-minucci
  • ·       Daniel Kontur http://www.royalbudapest.com/daniel-kontur
  • ·       Stu Gamble http://www.royalbudapest.com/stu-gamble
  • ·       Andrew Baird http://www.royalbudapest.com/andrew-baird

Clients

Samsung, Heineken, WestJet, TD, DNB, FIAT, Volkswagen, Volvic, Pringles, Skyn, Localsearch, Siroop, Sherwin Williams;

Publicis Singapore, BBDO NY, Publicis Milan, Leo Burnett Zurich, Leo Burnett Toronto, YR Paris, CHEIL UK, Prodigious Torino, TRY, Grey USA, Sid Lee, Rethink Canada, The Escape Pod;

RSA, Pumpkin Films, Grand Bazaar, Carnibird, Indiana Production, Skipless, Movie Magic, Mercurio Films, Steam Films, OTTO Empire, BACON, CYLNDR UK;

IFC, Broadway Video

Awards

Irvine International Film Festival Best Music Video Phantogram: “Funeral Pyre” 2018 Dir. Gianluca Minucci

Epica Awards Silver 2018 Amstel: “Hold My Beer” Dir. Justin Reardon 

Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Bronze 2017 Farnham Lager&Ale: “A Bit Bitter” Dir. Charles Burroughs

Epica Awards Journalis Choice 2017 Farnham Lager&Ale: “A Bit Bitter” Dir. Charles Burroughs

Atlanta Film Festival Grand Jury Award 2012 “Zoltan: The Hungarian Gangster of Love” Dir. Justin Reardon

Garden State Film Festival Jury Award 2012 “Zoltan: The Hungarian Gangster of Love” Dir. Justin Reardon

Cannes Film Festival Award of The Youth2004 “Kontroll” Dir. Nimrod Antal

Chicago International Film Festival Gold Hugo 2004 “Kontroll” Dir. Nimrod Antal

CLIO Awards Bronze 2001 Budwesier: “Whassup” / Justin Reardon

FAB Award 2001 2001 Budwesier: “Whassup” / Justin Reardon

Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity Grand Prix 2000 Budwesier: “Whassup” / Justin Reardon