Red Box Films

AN AWARD WINNING
PRODUCTION COMPANY
FROM PRODUCER 
SIMON CHINN

  • RED BOX SISTER COMPANY "LIGHTBOX" LAUNCHES

    Red Box Films founder Simon Chinn today launched LIGHTBOX with his cousin and tv producer Jonathan Chinn. A new multi-platform media company aimed at producing high-end non fiction content for the small screen Lightbox will be strongly aligned with Red Box Films.

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  • THE GREEN PRINCE TO OPEN SUNDANCE

    Red Box Films new feature documentary THE GREEN PRINCE will be the opening film the World Cinema Documentary competition at Sundance, and will premiere in Park City on January 16th 2014.

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  • THREE BAFTA NOMINATIONS FOR RED BOX FILMS

    Searching for Sugar Man and The Imposter are both nominated in the documentary category, while Bart Layton and Dimitri Doganis are nominated for best debut for The Imposter.

     

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  • SIMON CHINN INTERVIEW IN SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

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  • SUGAR MAN AND THE IMPOSTER TOP CINEMA EYE NOMINATIONS

    SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN and THE IMPOSTER took five nominations each - more than of any other nominated film - at the 2012 Cinema Eye awards for Nonfiction which will take place in New York in January.

     

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  • EVERYTHING OR NOTHING PREMIERES AT ODEON LEICESTER SQUARE

    Red Box Films' new feature documentary telling the inside story of the James Bond film franchise opens in the UK to coincide with Global James Bond day - the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Dr No.

     

    Read Screen International review here

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  • SIMON CHINN PROFILE IN WALL STREET JOURNAL

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  • Red Box puts its backers in the black

    PROJECT NIM and MAN ON WIRE among the only recent UK Film Council backed films to have gone into profit.

     

    Read more at Guardian

     

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  • PROJECT NIM tops Indiewire's Sundance critics poll

    PROJECT NIM tops Indiewire's Sundance critics poll

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