Red Union Films is a Merseyside-based producer of film and TV drama, specialising in highest-quality genre and international arthouse releases.
Established in 2007 by the award-winning soundtrack composer David A. Hughes, author Kevin Sampson and talent manager David Moores Jr, Red Union has championed and continues to look for the UK’s most exciting and distinctive rising talents, including writer-directors Helen Walsh (The Violators) and Jamie Adams (Black Mountain Poets.) The company is particularly intrigued by great stories in which the locality – be it Mallorca, Copenhagen or Partington – is embedded in the narrative. RUF is working across an outstanding new slate of projects for the international film and television market, but our team is ever receptive to a bold and interesting pitch.
DAVID A HUGHES
David is the award-winning composer of over 30 movies and many more TV soundtracks including Leon The Pig Farmer, Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels and Sky Television’s hugely successful adaptations of Terry Pratchett’s The Hogfather and The Colour of Magic. At Red Union, David has produced Awaydays, Powder, The Return of The Yuletide Kid and The Violators, for which he and David Moores received a BIFA nomination. Dave’s favourite film is Hitchcock’s Rear Window.
After working in artiste management and with musicians as diverse as All Saints, Mara Carlyle, Richard Ashcroft and DJ Shadow. David first collaborated with Red Union Films on their rock movie Powder. He joined Red Union on a full-time basis in 2012, co-producing The Return of The Yuletide Kid and The Violators, for which he received a BIFA Best Producer nomination. David’s favourite films are Star Wars and Stand By Me.
Kevin is an established novelist and screenwriter whose works include Awaydays, Stars Are Stars and the DCI McCartney crime series. He is currently adapting The Killing Pool for television with Red Union Films. Kevin’s favourite film is Once Upon A Time In America.
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