Roll The Dice Pictures is a bilingual (English and Korean speaking) film and video production service company based in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded in 2014 by Raoul Dyssell. Being the first English speaking film production company in Korea was a risk that proved to be an arduous struggle to get work and recognition at the beginning, but a risk that in the end was worth taking.
At the end of 2014 and in cooperation with the Seoul government, Roll the Dice Pictures (RTD) released #HappySeoul, a not-for-profit music video tribute to the Pharrell Williams 24-Hours-of-Happy internet trend. It went viral immediately and RTD was all over the press.
But even while the company made strides in the areas of commercial, corporate and music video filmmaking, RTD never lost sight of its original goal: making films. After one of their scripts made noise in Hollywood by taking second place at the prestigious Slamdance Screenplay Competition at the WGA in Los Angeles, RTD received interest from established studios in the Korean film industry.
RTD is now in the development of its own feature films.