Scaringi Films is made up of husband and wife team, Marco & Robyn Scaringi, providing production leadership and support services in all aspects of film production. And they’ve been known to create their own original film content from time to time as well.
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Robyn Scaringi • Media Manager, Asst Editor
Marco Scaringi • 2nd AD (DayPlay)
web TV series • RED • April 2016
Robyn dayplayed as media manager, and when she dropped a few hints about how she’d love to sync sound and organize the editing project in Premiere, the producers found the money, and hired her to do just that. And Marco saved their butts by covering a day when their regular 2nd AD couldn’t make it. The producers really liked having the Scaringi’s around for this season of JourneyQuest!
For those of you who don’t know the phenomenon that is Zombie Orpheus’ JourneyQuest, stop what you’re doing and watch the first two seasons right now! Robyn & Marco have been such fans of the show, they’ve been waiting for their chance to actually work on it. Here’s to both Scaringi’s working on tons of future Zombie Orpheus productions!
The Scottish Play
Robyn Scaringi • Media Manager, Asst Editor • tv pilot • Alexa Mini • March/April 2016
The Scottish Play is a zany comedy about a community theater production where everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. Robyn was awesome on the show, as always, wrangling data and syncing sound on the set. The production plans to shop the show to online streaming sites like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, so be sure to keep an eye out for it on a website near you!
Harlon, Meet Lea
Robyn Scaringi • Media Manager, Asst Editor • narrative short • A7s/Atomos Ninja • Feb 2016
Harlon, Meet Lea is a quirky little comedy about a meet-cute that happens in the midst of a series of burglaries. While Robyn knew most of the cast & crew already, it was her first time working with DP Carrie Robinson, which turned out to be a real treat. Robyn’s favorite thing about the show, however, was working with producer (usually gaffer) Kevin Cook, writer/director Devin Rodger, and 1st AD Gevin Booth, and rhyming all their names and saying, “Sounds like Heaven!” Ha! ‘Harlon’ premiered at the Burien Film Festival, so be sure to check it out.
Robyn Scaringi • Media Manager, Asst Editor
Marco Scaringi • Accounting, Adtl Media Manager • TV Pilot • 2 Cam Red One • Jan 2016
Automata, a FilmWorks Innovation Lab winner, takes place in a dystopian alternate reality where robots, or Automatons, existed during the American Prohibition era of the 1930’s. Automata is based on a comic published by Penny Arcade, the creators of PAX, and already has a powerful niche audience. No wonder the Automata Kickstarter raised almost half a million dollars!
Robyn did her usual awesome job of media managing, pulling reference stills, and syncing sound. And Marco saved multiple people’s butts by media managing (read: covering for Robyn), helping with accounting, being an extra, and even PAing a day when somebody didn’t show up. For the latest updates on Automata, keep an eye on their Facebook page.
This Shall Pass
Marco Scaringi • Associate Producer • Narrative Feature • Dec 2015 – Jan 2016
Marco is very proud of his work on This Shall Pass because he got the ball rolling. Marco knew that DP Bemnet Shibeshi was attached to a great project that was still looking for a director, so he introduced him to Landon Salyer. Salyer usually works as an AD, but was looking for a good script to make his feature film directorial debut. Marco brought the two together and made some movie magic happen!
This Shall Pass is the story of an Ethiopian immigrant who is suffering from childhood trauma and PTSD from his U.S. military service. Marco was somehow able to juggle This Shall Pass, wrap for Rugged Justice, the holidays, AND keep his crew happy, thanks to the mad skills of one Marco Scaringi. Marco even acted a little in it, playing two minor roles. For more info, check out the This Shall Pass Facebook page.
Rugged Justice, Season 3
Marco Scaringi • Field Coordinator
Robyn Scaringi • Media Manager
Multicam: Sony PXW, GoPro, DJI Inspire
Reality TV • November – December 2015
We all know the Scaringi’s are good, but nothing seals the deal quite like getting hired season after season on a show. This time around, Marco got to work on the show too, and he found that his background in coordinating indie narrative films transitioned well to the world of reality tv.
It was hunting season when they shot this time around, and Marco and Robyn got to help capture (on video, that is) lots of illegal hunter bad guys. Don’t forget to check out the latest season of Rugged Justice on Animal Planet.