Our first "official"/"professional" piece of work. Imagine the three screens to be 3 large ones, supported by lights, dances and a live choir. It's for GEMS' and The Millenium High School's musical - Joseph & The Technicolor Dream Coat
Live in December.
Thursday, November 23, 2006
Video/Presentations for various purposes:
- Professional Video Backgrounds
- Semi-Professional Documentaries
- Semi-Professional Advertisements
- Personal Videos
- Entertainment (Fun) Videos
- And more
- Semi-Professional Sound Mixing
- Single Professional Lead Guitarist available
- And more
NOTE: Redial Entertainment is very flexible. We will do whatever we can. If we are told to handle an event, and we see potential fun and the fact that it could be an experience-giving experience, we will go for it!For any queries please contact us at:
post a comment here.
Posted by Tejas at 3:34 PM
- Anish Malpani - Manager/Head of Production/Editor/Brand Manager
- Tejas Menon - Assistant Manager/Director Of Photography/Assistant Sound-Advisor/ Assistant Brand Manager/ Editor
- Romit Sen - Head Cameraman/Assistant Editor/Head Archiver/Video-Creative Advisor/
- Ali Khan - Lead Guitarist (up for "loan", will play for those who deservingly require him)/Audio Consultant
- Harendra Kapur - Head Of Advertising/Creative Advisor
- Mr Axel Rodericks
- Mrs Sharon Lobo
Posted by Tejas at 3:29 PM
Sunday, November 19, 2006
Frontroad Mans live at the Dubai Modern High School during Teachers Day 2005. The night was memorable, fun and lame-turned-unlame, so we are bloody proud of it. Enjoy!
Posted by anish at 12:29 PM
The trailer for the highly personal video documentary which serves as a piece of memory for us, rekindling the infamous 3 Day stay over at Romit's.
This was Tejas' bored-so-nothing-else-to-do video, which turned out to be pretty awesome. I like!
Posted by anish at 12:28 PM
Friday, November 17, 2006
Thursday, November 16, 2006
This was our attempt to make an exceptionally scary film. However our excitement faded when we actually did start making the video, because we realised that it is not that easy to scare the living hell out of people. So the name came to be "Not So Scary", almost trying to mock our inability to scare the common observer. Though I must admit, so feeble hearts did flinch at some parts of this film. Hope your experience was more laughing-at-the-stupid type! =)
Posted by anish at 7:25 PM
A fun, time-pass video for some of my building friends/juniors - made their day for sure, and converted a half-boring party in loads of fun.
I wrote a whole blogpost on this, so you might as well visit it if you are half interested in knowing the complete background to this video:-
Posted by anish at 7:19 PM
It is traditional for the 11th grade students to throw a farewell dinner for the grade 12 students each year. We went a step ahead and gave them a video they would never forget. With harry in the lead this video broke all barriers of regular editing and is till today remembered at our school.
Posted by Tejas at 5:39 PM
A tribute to the movie 'Phone Booth' and how that it was filmed in 12 days! Romit and I try to break their record. Suspense, Tension and Action all in one.
Here's the link to its online premiere on The Cryptic.
Posted by Tejas at 5:32 PM
Another installment from the immensely popular "FrontRoad Mans". An obvious spoof yet thoroughly enjoying video on the Backstreet Boy's 'Show me the meaning'.
Posted by Tejas at 5:21 PM