Rage and Crow Productions

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 In 2017, women make up just 10% of all film directors and less than 7% of all industry cinematographers.  Rage and Crow Productions is dedicated to creating films that help shift this imbalance. Our stories need to be seen and heard. 

In 2017, women make up just 10% of all film directors and less than 7% of all industry cinematographers.  Rage and Crow Productions is dedicated to creating films that help shift this imbalance. Our stories need to be seen and heard. 

It all started when...

We saw our ability to impact positive change in our community by simply pointing a lens and giving people - real people - a voice.

Rage and Crow founder, Shea Allen Borengasser got her start in television news, cutting her teeth as a one-woman-band turned award winning investigative reporter. There, she was able to learn the technical side of filmmaking that now compliments her innate ability to weave a compelling story. Shea worked her way across several news markets, freelance gigs and communications desk jobs before founding Rage and Crow Productions in 2017.

Shea wrote her first narrative screenplay for Atlanta's 48 Hour Film Project in July 2017. She produced, directed and edited The Only Thing Certain alongside her historical team of all female cast and crew members. The film received extensive praise for it's empowerment of female filmmakers and their achievements won the film the 2017 Audience Choice Award.

Shea is currently developing concepts for a non-fiction true crime piece as well as in production on her first documentary, Shameless. Rage and Crow also creates engaging digital content for small businesses, nonprofits and individuals. 

 

 

Shea says...

"I've always loved film as a channel to give the voiceless a voice. As a filmmaker, I strive to make art that is a model of my inner life. I make something physically come into being that reflects my emotions or demons or struggles. To me that is art and art is service - it serves my subconscious and it hopefully it serves others by giving them something to relate to. Ultimately, my hope is to create a lasting look at the human condition."