Rogue FX is a full-service production company staffed by alumni of the award-winning Youth FX. Based in Albany, NY, we create videos tailored to your needs with a special focus on telling stories with heart and soul.
After paying our production team and editors, 100% of Rogue FX's profits support Youth FX's free programming, which provides hundreds of young people from diverse backgrounds access to creative and technical skills in digital film and media production.
Hire Rogue FX to create dynamic video content for your business, institution, non-profit organization or even to film your live events.
We also work with creatives to produce independent short films, documentaries or web series. Most importantly we put your vision and story first and work with each project individually to create a budget that works for everyone.
For more information about Rogue FX please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ROGUE FX was commissioned by Workforce Development Institute to create Piece of the Dream, a web-based documentary series that explored the hopes, struggles and challenges of low-wage workers across New York State. To view the full website please visit: www.pieceofthedream.org
ROGUE FX produced this 30 second commercial for 2 Communique for the re-brand of their website, marking their 20 year anniversary as a creative agency and branding company. You can see the video embedded into their new website and learn more about the incredible work they do by visiting: www.2communique.com
ROGUE FX produced this documentary about RISSE - Refugee & Immigrant Support Services of Emmaus to highlight the work they do for their 10 year anniversary gala event. For more information about the incredible work RISSE does in the community visit: www.risse-albany.org
Rogue FX produced this promotional video for Cushing Co. one of the oldest family owned printing businesses in Chicago, IL. Learn more about this family owned and operated print shop that has been in business for nearly 90 years! Visit: www.cushingco.com
Rogue FX was hired by the New York State Department of Health to highlight a refugee community garden project in Utica, NY.