Project Impossible Airs on History Latin America


Project Impossible will air in Latin America, Thursdays at 9PM on History. Project Impossible is an original series that follows a new generation of epic engineering projects that were considered unthinkable just a few years ago. Each episode presents multiple stories that illustrate man-made projects that are crucial to our future. These projects include a huge North…MORE

Radiant Crews in Production Across the World


Three crews from Radiant are currently in production all over the globe: shooting stories in sub-zero temperatures at the Arctic Circle, underneath Mexico City, around the failed nuclear reactor at Chernobyl, at a devastated coastal town in northern Japan, and in a remote Columbian rain forest. Production teams will shoot in 17 countries. Here are some photos…MORE

Installation at Wende Museum


Radiant’s Bill Ferehawk and artist David Hartwell were commissioned to produce a piece for the opening of the new Wende Museum. Vessel of Change is a triptych inspired by the global political theater of the Cold War. Based on the historic Malta Summit (AKA: “Seasick Summit”) Vessel expands upon this historic meeting by magnifying the primal…MORE

Video Installation at WUHO Gallery


Radiant’s Bill Ferehawk and artist David Hartwell opened a solo show titled MEDIAN at the WUHO Gallery on Sunset Boulevard. The exhibition is presented the the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design and sponsored by Epson. MEDIAN is an immersive video and audio installation on both walls of the exhibition space, projected nearly…MORE

Radiant Signs Deal with A+E for New Original Series


Radiant Features closed a deal today to produce an original factual series for A+E’s flagship channel History. Dylan Robertson and Bill Ferehawk will be show creators and executive producers for Radiant Features, John Verhoff will be executive producer for History, and Autodesk will be the series sponsor. History will license 10 episodes (10×60) for the…MORE

Collecting Fragments Screens at Soho House


April 29, 2015 – Los Angeles. Justin Jampol (left) founder of the Wende Museum stands with Bill Ferehawk, Brain Davis, and Dylan Robertson at a private screening of Radiant’s film “Collecting Fragments.” Lying on the couches in the front was most relaxing. Many thanks to Jason and Gara Post for sponsoring and hosting the event. (left to…MORE

Panama Canal Supersized Reviewed in Variety


April 14, 2015. Our thanks to Peter Caranicas of Variety and Nicholas Korody of Archinect for writing reviews: “Over a hundred years ago, the first ships passed from the Atlantic to the Pacific through the Panama Canal. One of the greatest engineering feats ever, the Panama Canal is entering a new stage in its history…MORE

Panama Canal Supersized Gets Deconstructed


April 9, 2015. Kudos to Jennifer Walden for writing a fantastic article about the Panama Canal Supersized in Post Perspectives. Here is an excerpt: “Have you noticed just how casually people throw around the word ‘epic’ these days? For example, ‘That burrito I just ate was epic!’ Or, ‘That concert I went to last night was…MORE

Panama Canal Supersized Premieres on History


March 24, 2015 – The 5.5 billion expansion project of the Panama Canal is revealed for the first time in “Panama Canal Supersized,” a one-hour special airing on History’s “Modern Marvels” at 9 pm ET / PT Saturday evening, April 11, 2015. Radiant Features filmmakers Dylan Robertson and Bill Ferehawk seamlessly integrate time lapse, drone…MORE

Panama Canal Special Bumped Up to History Channel


March 31, 2015 – New York. A&E Networks has bumped up Panama Canal Supersized to their flagship network, the History Channel. The program will premiere April 11 at 9PM as a special edition of Modern Marvels. Watch Trailer