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 • Digital Loader • Narrative Feature Film • 2 Cam RED • March/April 2015
Paralytic is a mystery spy thriller written and directed by Joey Johnson, who gained some accolades with his first feature, Shadowed, back in 2012. It was a treat for Robyn to work on Paralytic because she had lots of responsibilities – hard drive recommendations, coordinating with post on workflow, on-set media management and sound syncing, and emailing reference stills to key crew members. There were lots of good Seattle cast and crew on this one, including Elizabeth Heile as executive producer, Landon Salyer as AD, and Angela DiMarco and David S Hogan acting and producing. For more info about Paralytic, be sure to check out the Paralytic website and Facebook page.
Marco Scaringi • Production Manager
Narrative Feature Film • RED • March 2015
Marco and Robyn love spring in Seattle because film production starts to pick up quickly around here. Marco got to work on an early spring gem called Vows, written and directed by Brady Hall, who you may remember as the director of Scrapper back in 2012. Robyn and Marco both worked on Scrapper, with Marco assistant directing AND acting in it. Brady and the Scrapper producers loved Marco so much, they decided to make him production manager for Vows (although, Marco AD’d on the last 3 days anyway!). Marco ended up hiring a bunch of the crew, and he set up all the SAG paperwork – their SAG rep even said Marco’s paperwork was the neatest and quickest he’d ever seen! Watch for the Vows film release some time in 2016.
Project Hot Dadd
Marco Scaringi • Production Coordinator
Robyn Scaringi • Digital Loader • Web Promo • Sony F55 • February 2015
Imagos can’t get enough of the Scaringi’s and the Scaringi’s can’t get enough Imagos! Video game tie-ins are what Imagos does best and Project Hot Dadd was no exception. The Imagos creatives are masters of generating buzz, and Marco and Robyn caught them live streaming to their fans on the set of Project Hot Dadd. They even convinced the Scaringi’s to donate to a different Imagos Kickstarter during their shoot! When it comes to uber-creative new media and video game marketing, Imagos can’t be beat!
Adult Swim & Imagos Films
Marco Scaringi • Production Coordinator
Robyn Scaringi • Digital Loader
Commercial • Sony F55 • December 2014
The Scaringi’s got another chance to work with Imagos Films, this time on a commercial for a video game for Adult Swim. Robyn had fun transcoding & syncing on the set, and Marco had fun casting extras and arranging weapons training for all the actors. Video game tie-ins happen to be Imagos’ speciality, and we gotta say, shooting this one was pretty darn cool. Be sure to keep an eye on Imagos, they are definitely going places!
Robyn Scaringi • Script Supervisor (Dayplay)
Narrative Feature • November 2014
Robyn had been hoping to get a chance to work with writer/director Jeff Ferrell ever since she saw his first feature film, Ghostlight in 2013. Like Ghostlight, Ladykiller stars Brian Sutherland, who you might remember as the crazy cult leader, Jacob, on episode 6 of Z Nation. Ladykiller has a good script, a great cast and crew, and a rising star for a director, so be sure to keep an eye out for this one some time in 2015.
Marco Scaringi • Production Coordinator • Narrative Feature • November 2014
While Marco was in Spokane working on Z Nation over the summer, director Don Thacker and his production company, Imagos Films, began principal photography on a feature film called Depth. And when fall rolled around and it came time to finish up the show in a studio, Depth producer Josh Gelb and AD Landon Salyer called on Marco to help make it happen. Depth’s story was kept very hush-hush during production, but we can tell you it’s a dark sci-fi film with a video game tie-in — AND all the footage looked amazing! Yay, new media! For updates, keep an eye on the Imagos website.