Revision Studios produces feature films and documentaries. Our second feature length comedy, "Horror In The Wind," is now available on DVD. "Horror In The Wind," a science fiction comedy, tells the story of two biogeneticists who invent an airborne formula that reverses the whole world's sexual orientation. Our first feature film comedy Get Your Stuff can be seen on here! Networks and is widely available on DVD. Our first feature length documentary, The Maxmobile, is available here.
MAX MITCHELL - Writer/Producer/Director

Max Mitchell has written several plays which have been produced in New York , Florida and Los Angeles . His play Life Support was called "a tour de force achievement ... and unforgettable" by the Los Angeles Times during its run at West Coast Ensemble. Life Support is published in The Best American Short Plays of 94/95 (Applause Books) along with plays by such distinguished playwrights as Elaine May, Steve Martin, David Mamet and Thornton Wilder. Mr. Mitchell began his career as a professional actor and has appeared in many plays and musicals across his native Canada. He studied acting with the legendary Uta Hagen in New York City . He was co-founder of the Off Off Broadway theater 500 Theater Row, on 42nd Street in New York City where he produced several plays and cabarets, including Piaf, A Love Song and Marlene, Marlene. Mr. Mitchell is a two time finalist in the prestigious Writers Film Project and has received an Edward Albee Artist's Fellowship. Get Your Stuff, his first feature film, was honored in North Carolina with best feature and in Portland , Oregon , with the coveted audience award. Max's short documentary film "The Spirit & The Earth" recently won first prize at Pahfest in June 2007. His new film, “Horror In The Wind,” a sci fi comedy, is now available on DVD. Max's new novel, "Seeking Salvador," is about a woman obsessed with Salvador Dali, is currently available on Amazon.

DICK WEBER - Executive Producer

Dick Weber is a successful businessman with advanced degrees in Marketing and Instructional Systems Technology. He has experience with National Education Film Service and has studied film production for many years. He established public television station WNIN-TV in Evansville, Indiana and has had experience in radio broadcasting throughout his life.

Dick began his career in media in 1965 at Ferris State University where he was the lead campus designer of a 2.5 million dollar state of the art communications center. He was awarded Citizen of the year in Detroit in 1984 and in Ruidoso, New Mexico in 2001 for his community service.  His Seventh Heaven Ranch is featured prominently in "Horror In The Wind"