Award winning Director Michael Ramova and owner of Redvolver Studios has been making short films and commercials at a professional level for the past 20 years. Born and raised in Chicago, the man wears many hats: Director, Writer, Editor, Cinematographer and Illustrator.
Ramova's career started with the success of his short film "Morbid" in 1997, which won many awards and festivals worldwide. In 2007, Ramova was in the Top 100 semi-finalists in a worldwide contest, with the film "Something is Out There", to be part the film reality series On The Lot, produced by Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett. The short film "Don’t go in the Endor Woods" won Best Comedy at Atom Films and it was chosen by George Lucas as the winner. It was also featured in the successful documentary The People vs George Lucas. His film "The Sound of Glory", has been a winner of many contests and festivals from 2010 to 2011. The Horror short "Axel Crow", won 3rd Place in Rue Morgue's 2011 Slasher Film Contest.
Work created by Redvolver Studios has has been broadcast on networks like Spike TV, Comedy Central as well as screened in theaters around the world.