RKP has over 20 years experience producing drama and comedy for both theatrical and television markets.
During this time RKP has developed strategic partnerships and equipped projects with the financial and creative expertise for success from early stages of development through financing and into production, marketing and distribution. This has resulted in the company achieving outstanding box office success and record breaking TV ratings, international festival acclaim at more than 20 international film festivals including Sundance, Berlin, Toronto and numerous audience awards.
RKPix was established in 2009 to support new artists and new ways of financing, production and distribution.
A Western Australian film, television and digital production company it is headed by Producer & Company Director, Eva Di Blasio and acclaimed Australian Producer & Company Director, Robyn Kershaw. RKPix has developed and produced a number of new projects, including the hit Asian-Australian web series, 'Mychonny Moves In' (Dir Kate Woods), which has achieved over 1.5 million YouTube hits and counting. Most recently RKPix produced Melissa Anastasi's AFTRS Fellowship Short Film, 'Sleepwalking' and Screen Australia Hot Shots short film 'Let's See How Fast This Baby Can Go' directed by Julietta Boscolo. RKPix has a number of works in production/development, 'The Chinaboy Show' created by YT star, John Luc (aka mychonny) Tien Tran & RKPix, directed by Trilby Glover (for ABC 2 and ABC iview) and 'Sunshine' created by Lous Sanz, Julietta Boscolo & RKPix which is a recipient of the highly coveted Screen Australia Gender Matters funding.