Rabbit Hop Films
Rabbit Hop Films | www.rabbithopfilms.com | Moree, NSW
Rabbit Hop Films is an independent film production company based in rural Australia, dedicated to telling stories about the country and the people who live in it.
With a willingness to do whatever it takes to tell a good story – they will hang out of cattle-mustering helicopters, drive hundreds of kilometres for that crack-of-dawn light or gallop horses across paddocks – creating engaging content that is not only visually beautiful but connects people to stories and brands in a meaningful way.
Rabbit Hop Films was founded by Sascha Estens and is based out of Moree, NSW, in the heart of cotton and wheat country. They tell stories through corporate profile videos, TVCs, music film clips, documentaries, social media, commercial property tours, experiential and event videos for a broad range of start-up, corporate and non-for-profit organisations.
Rabbit Hop Films has emerged as a much-loved vehicle for showcasing rural Australia ensuring their voices are strong in the ever-evolving online world of social media and film.
It’s been a busy year for Rabbit Hop Films. Since the Masterclass they have:
- Travelled to the United Kingdom to do a video for not-for-profit, The Unity of Faiths Foundation (TUFF). The foundation works to tackle issues of poverty, gang-related violence, radicalisation, drug addiction and social disharmony in the UK, Europe and most recently Australia also. To date, the project has stopped over 30 youths from travelling to Syria. Sascha travelled to London to film for a week and timed the visit to film an interview with the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who launched a mental health campaign at a TUFF event.
- Welcomed 2 new staff to the Rabbit Hop team, and also two lop eared rabbits.
- Launched 30 films with highlights including: A paddock to plate story for company Provenance Flour and Malt, recruiting Moree’s greatest talents to write and record the song ‘Your Golden Year.’ With the help of a number of locals, they took on a 43 degree day at the end of harvest to film the video. Another four films were released on four different vertically integrated Australian family owned beef and cattle companies across New South Wales and Queensland.