With a desire to create thought provoking and beautiful imagery, Hooligan Productions delivers high quality cinematography and editing services. You can rest assured that your vision will be captured through the use of their services. With experience shooting a wide range of projects from event videography to narratives Julian has the eye and knowledge needed for your production.
Getting his start 10 years ago, shooting Event Videography, Julian quickly realized his love for camera work and editing. Throughout the years, this slowly turned from an interest into a passion.
Julian saw an opportunity in this powerful medium to speak for those who cannot, tell a powerful story, inform, entertain and alert others. Seeing this opportunity has directed his vision and continues to guide his journey.
Julian has worked on a wide range of projects including short films, reality shows, corporate videos, and commercials. He thoroughly enjoys the whole process, from concept to final cut, Julian respects and understands the delicacy with which every project must be approached. His understanding of the craft and desire to create and crystallize your vision into a tangible work of art is apparent in his work, and shines every step of the way.
Name: Julian Rodriguez
Lives in: Beacon, New York
Company: Hooligan Productions
Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Editor, First Assistant Camera and Second Assistant Camera
Film by Fat Little Pig Productions Editor
A Different Sun
Film (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A Chinese family moves from their native land to a town in Germany and struggles to adjust to the different culture. Marriage hangs in the balance...
Film (short) by Zakk Bandit (Horror) Cinematographer
Chemosabe: The Series
Television (Short, Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer Myles Foreman struggles to reconnect with his sister Annette and his friends after his cancer comes back...oh and his best friend is Death.
Film (Short, Drama and Horror) Editorial department When Tim comes home from work, he finds his best friend waiting for him in a disoriented state. While trying to inquire and remedy the situation, he comes to find out that his childhood friend is no longer there and a darker, dormant presence is taking shape. Written by Charles A. Christman III
Junk Food & Horror Films
Film (short) by Zakk Bandit (Horror) Cinematographer Junk Food and Horror Films is a short film about the triumph of an underdog with an overactive imagination. The main character, Jared, is just trying to go out and get some snacks and return in time to enjoy a horror film marathon, when he experiences a horror-like adventure of his own. This film touches on many themes: parent-child conflict, romance, horror, paranoia, and more. The audience will find themselves enthralled by this short film, rooting for Jared as he struggles through the past, present, and future... Written by Zak Shupe
The Sonnet Project
Television by Angela Rauscher (Comedy, Drama, History and Romance) Cinematographer, Sound department All 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets, each performed by a different actor in a New York City location.
The Meaning of Life of Artie the Cat
Film (short) by Theo Hearst (Biography, Comedy and Family) Editor The life of a special house cat.
Film (short) by Charles A. Christman III (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Editor Steve and Marcus were best friends in high school. They now lead very different lives, but meet again at a Halloween party long after they graduated. After venturing to Marcus' secluded family home deep in the woods, their lives unravel with deadly consequences. Written by Roberto Lombardi
Full Sail University (Winter Park, FL)