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Reverie Realms Studios: Making Films That Matter

Photo credit: Hazuki Wada

As Hollywood produces one reboot after another, one independent studio is determined to forge its own path – Reverie Realms Studios. Founded by Frank Cid, Woody DorilusAnd Josef WehleThis creative team focuses on producing character-driven films designed to spark important cultural conversations. Your mission? To create cinema that makes audiences think and feel in completely new ways.

“We’re not interested in just producing pointless content,” explains Joseph, executive producer and co-writer. “Our goal is to make films that really mean something – films with the power to change hearts, challenge perspectives and make you think about life’s deeper questions.”

Frank Cid
Hazuki Wada

The team’s unique advantage? A bootstrapping mentality paired with deep financial knowledge refined by Frank and Woody’s decades of experience in the capital markets and venture capital world. With a holistic approach to capturing audiences’ attention and a talent for creating cinematic experiences that feel like big-budget productions even on tight budgets, their business acumen stands them in good stead.

“This solid business foundation and the ability to identify viable creative concepts is a great advantage for us,” explains Frank. “It allows us to support projects driven by bold storytelling visions without getting lost in the financial difficulties that all too often force other studios to make compromises creative Integrity. For us, the story always comes first.”

Josef Wehle
Eli (Elizabeth) Rojas

Your current project Last hour – a powerful drama about redemption and our ability to forgive even the most heinous acts. This emotional ensemble drama follows death row inmate David Collins (William Mark McCullough) in his final hour before his execution, as a shocking revelation comes to light about the priest Father John (Manny Perez), who has come to witness his last Perform oiling. What unfolds is a delve into the depths of grief, morality and humanity’s never-ending search for redemption as both men are forced to confront the truths that bind them.

“Truly great stories are based on characters that get under your skin and stay with you long after the credits roll,” says Woody, who co-wrote “Final Hour” with Joseph. “With this film, we have assembled an ensemble that explores the darker, more complex sides of the human experience – questions of morality, faith and how we deal with the darkest parts of ourselves.”

Woody Dorilus
Hazuki Wada

But Final Hour offers more than just a compelling narrative. The cast includes heavyweights such as Manny Perez, Olga Merediz and Eric Roberts, while director Jamal Hill brings his extensive experience working on major Hollywood productions such as Iron Man, Hancock and I Am Legend.

For the founders of Reverie Realms, Final Hour is just the beginning of their ambition to create a place for bold, thought-provoking stories of all genres. “We want this studio to be a place where highly creative, entertaining narratives that are truly thought-provoking can thrive,” says Frank. “The goal is to become a center where the most imaginative concepts and perspectives have the freedom to fully come to life.”

As the release of “Final Hour” approaches, the impact will extend far beyond the box office. “While the film wrestles with faith, at its core it is a human redemption story in which everyone can find themselves, regardless of their faith or background,” reflects Joseph. “If we can inspire viewers to question their own ability to forgive and look at their own struggles and shortcomings from a more compassionate perspective, then we have achieved something truly special.”

With an ambitious development plan full of bold, high-concept stories across all genres, Reverie Realms is undoubtedly a studio to keep an eye on. In an industry where prioritizing creativity often takes a backseat, the studio stands out for its guiding principle: highly entertaining yet thought-provoking cinema with the power to catalyze long-overdue cultural dialogue and shift perspectives.

“We want to tell great stories, not just create content,” notes Woody. “We pursue amazing characters and themes that get uncomfortable and really make you think. We allow unique voices and perspectives to shine that might not otherwise be told.”

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