Re Echo Group is devoted to visual storytelling. Our work has touch the lives of thousands of people in California, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas, as well as educators across the country.
Red Echo Group has promoted arts programs for youth, teachers, the disabled, and senior citizens. Through its Let's Make a Movie film programs REG reached more than 1,800 young people. Their programs addressed issues of diversity and promoted arts awareness. REG is actively supporting work with seniors in Arkansas in collaboration with Bold Folks Home. REG has also taught digital filmmaking across the country to high school teachers through the Yearmovie Program.
Red Echo Group provided video production services for other non-profit organizations who do not have the budget to pay high priced agencies. REG has made it part of its mission to help valuable community organizations tell their stories in a passionate and meaningful way. Clients include the PKD Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, Habitat Restore, NYU Medical Center, the American Heart Association, and many more.
Capitalizing on the passion of its founders, Red Echo Group is actively producing films that tell true stories of passion and triumph. REG launched this program in 2007 with its work on GIRL (aka RISK), a film about girls in KC and St. Joseph MO who come together to express themselves and their struggles during filmmaking camp. REG produced two shorts about stroke survivors in NYC, and is actively producing ELAINE, a documentary film about the race massacre in Elaine AR in the early 1900s.