Shadow Wolves Productions (SWP) is an independently owned film and television production company headquartered in Sydney, N.S.W, which runs by the motto “Why wait for an opportunity when you can create it”.
SWP was formed in 2011 by Sydney born Actor and Filmmaker Brendan Byrne in an attempt to create a highly reputable one-stop-shop production company that others could rely on from development through to distribution.
The wolf’s cycle of power continues all year round and symbolises Courage, Loyalty, Strength and Protection, which are also the primary elements that SWP delivers on all of their projects.
Over the past decade, SWP has expanded and now has a team with over 20 years of experience and have been involved in over 40 productions delivering various media types, on and off camera, including Feature Films, Short Films, Music Videos, Commercials and other digital content.
SWP evolved after impacting the film industry with their highly controversial short film ‘I’m Here Too’, aimed at teen suicide prevention, which received a plethora of awards internationally and over 12 Million views on YouTube before grabbing the attention of Buffalo 8 and BondIt, who released it on Tubi T.V.
The team at SWP pride themselves on entertaining their fans while delivering a strong message, so it’s no wonder they have a handful of projects in different stages of production, including; a combat PTSD film, ‘We, The Survivors’, a zombie apocalypse horror, ‘The Walkers,’ the controversial ‘Colour of Our Blood’ aimed at overt racism and the contemporary thriller/ horror film ‘Anti-Social’.
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