Loco's 'Radioman' Feature Documentary is Now on Amazon Prime
The celebrity-packed feature documentary about the famous movie extra and New York City icon, Radioman continues its world tour. Recently broadcast in Hong Kong and Japan, screened in the London The Bright Young Things Film Club including a Q&A with Director, Mary Kerr. The film is now available to rent, buy or stream on Amazon Prime in US, UK, and around the world.
Loco and Dirty Looks were thrilled to help bring Radioman to the big and now small screen(s). Working closely with the production team, Loco looked after the online editing, title design, credit roller, and visual effects as well as re-versioning for TV and other screenings. Tom Balkwill of Dirty Looks provided DI services and a colour grade as well as mastering for cinema. Look out for the cameo section in the film for an example of our VFX, and of course, to find out where to spot Radioman’s on-screen moments.
Radioman is the incredible story of an extraordinary eccentric, a former homeless man whose unparalleled obsession with the movies has taken him from sleeping on the streets to becoming a New York City movie legend with over 100 small parts in films and TV shows. Radioman gets his nickname from the boom box radio he wears around his neck. Viewers may recognise him from appearances in Spiderman 3, The Bourne Supremacy, or in episodes of 30 Rock. Interviews with Johnny Depp, George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Meryl Streep may leave cinemagoers a little bit star-struck, but Radioman counts such celebrities among his friends.
The film includes interviews filmed by the production team and Radioman over the course of four years on locations in New York and LA as well as movie excerpts, stock footage, family photographs, and even shots captured with an iPhone super8-style app.
You can view the trailer below:
Production Company: Ten Cent Adventure
Producer: Paul Fischer
Post Production / VFX
Post Production Company: Dirty Looks
Colourist: Tom Balkwill
Genre: Documentary , Storytelling , Visual VFX