Each film that we create through Railroad Productions is handmade with endless hours, and energy devoted to making sure it's just right for the couple or business. We uniquely storyboard each film prior to creation, and never use the same music twice. We invest regularly in cinematography equipment to ensure that the quality, and sound of our films is impeccable. Our focus is on producing films that last beyond even our lifetimes, and above all else make people smile.
(Photo Courtesy of The Ramsdens)
Q: Why invest in a wedding film?
A: A wedding film not only allows you to SEE your wedding day again, but it allows you to HEAR it. Our wedding films incorporate highlights of the toasts, vows, and other audio pieces throughout the day. This allows the couple to be immediately transported back to the moment, and relive their most important day.
Q: How would you describe your style - more documentary or cinematic?
A: We actually refer to ourselves as cinematic storytellers. It's important for us to not interfere with the natural flow of the wedding day, but we do create unique storyboards to each individual couple. At times we do produce couples to obtain one of kind cinematic shots, and incorporate that storytelling flair.
Q: What is Cory's role in Railroad Productions?
A: Cory handles all of the elements of filmmaking that terrify Molly. He is the drone operator, sound guy, and the only one strong enough to use the stabilization rig. On a day to day, he's the one packing boxes, feeding Molly, and handling the graphic design needs of the business.
Q: How long has Molly been producing films?
A: Molly has producing films since she was a small child. Her parent's allowed her to use their miniDV camcorder, and Molly started creating films regularly. She was editing on Final Cut before she received her driver's license, and wrote her first screenplay at 16. Despite going to college for Biology, she found her way back to filmmaking and started producing professionally.