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RedTed Media is a new company with decades of experience in the International Film and Television business. Our team of Oscar, Golden Globe, European Film Awards and BAFTA nominees as well as IFTA and Palm D'Or winners makes us the most experienced Production Company in the Country.



John started his career in the Film and TV business as an assistant casting Director on the feature film BLADE starring Wesley Snipes. Since then he has worked on over 20 International Film and TV projects as both assistant and Casting Director on projects such as THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, REIGN OF FIRE and THE TAILOR OF PANAMA. 

In addition John has produced over 160 hours of Film and Television for an array of National and International broadcasters including New Line Cinema, SyFy Channel, BBC, MTV, RTE, Virgin Media and SKY. His films have won multiple awards at festivals around the world and he was nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award and won the best Documentary Feature at the Melbourne Film Festival in 2020 for The Prizefighter.

In his 20 year career he has created some of Irelands best known and highest rated TV shows and documentary series as well as adapting hit TV formats for Irish broadcasters from NBC, BRAVO and the BBC.

John has been invited as part of the Irish delegation from Screen Ireland to promote Ireland at International markets including Series Mania and Content London and has guest lectured at Stratford College and Griffith College in Dublin as well as receiving an honorary fellowship from The European Institute of Communications. John is a graduate of the Media Business school in Ronda, Spain as well as the EAVE producers program.



Redmond Morris has acted as Producer on many International Feature Films including INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE, THE CRYING GAME, THE BOOK THIEF and is an Oscar and BAFTA Nominee for THE READER. He was the Irish Co-Producer for THE RYTHM SECTION for Barbara Broccoli's Eon Productions and most recently as Co Producer for Netflix’s THE DIG starring Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan and Lily James.

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Naoise Barry headed up Pinewood Productions Ireland Ltd from 2015 to 2018 overseeing the production of the Irish based segments of STAR WARS THE LAST JEDI. Prior to joining the Pinewood Group, Naoise spent 14 years at the Irish Film Board, and in his role as Film Commissioner, co-financed international productions, including THE TUDORS, VIKINGS, PENNY DREADFUL, and RIPPER STREET through the IFBs International Production Fund, and attracted a wide range of projects to film on location in Ireland, including LOVE & FRIENDSHIP, STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, MRS BROWNS BOYS THE MOVIE, MOONE BOY, and Oscar Nominated ALBERT NOBBS. During his tenure at the IFB he established the FILM DUBLIN Partnership and the Irish Network of Regional Film Offices. These support networks include a wide range of public sector bodies, from whom the production sector draw support, to facilitate film & TV drama production. Naoise is a member of Screen Producers Irelands  (SPI) board of directors, and also sits on SPI Film & TV Drama Committee, and the Irish Film Boards S481 Policy Steering Group.

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