What we do

Founded by award winning director and producer Dominic Allen, Reddogs VR is a specialist provider of the highest quality virtual reality and immersive 360, multiplatform content. 

Reddogs VR has the chops: from working with funds from Film Victoria and Screen Australia to create Australia's largest ever immersive video live-action VR documentary, Carriberrie, to filming feature length music concerts for The Cat Empire to taking viewers on tours of Australian Defence Force Army field hospitals, to shooting surf in Lombok.

Reddogs VR provides cutting edge immersive video services, end to end.

How we work

it's not complicated

There's a lot of confusion around VR; how to make it, how to use it. We start by explaining all that.

Then we focus on the journey. What can VR do traditional mediums can't and why do you want to do it?

Then we treat it like a film or top tier TVC production; we strategise, present concepts, storyboard, plan and then execute. 

We deliver.


About Dominic Allen


Dominic Allen is an award winning Australian director and producer whose work includes short and feature films, music videos, commercials, virtual reality and television documentaries.

Click here to browse through some of his work.

With a background in fine arts and a passion for social justice, Dominic began making films through documentaries about Fair Trade, migrant issues and Indigenous Australian contemporary culture.

His work with migrants led him to a partnership with a Sudanese rapper called Bangs that resulted in him directing the viral hit Take You To The Movies (20million views), while his documentary work with Kimberly Aboriginal youth organisation Yiriman led him to writing and directing the Dendy Best Australian Short film finalist, Two Men, which screened to wide acclaim internationally as well as being instrumental in Dominic winning both the 2009 MIFF Australian Emerging Filmmaker award and the Inside Film Rising Talent Prize. In 2011 Dominic produced the Tribeca award winning feature film Grey Matter with Rwandan director Kivu Ruhorahoza. Most recently Dominic directed and produced a critically acclaimed Virtual Reality documentary Carriberrie, a celebration of Indigenous Australian Song and Dance. Carriberrie premiered at the Australian Museum in Sydney, and screened at Sydney Film Festival as well as at NEXT in the 2018 March du Film, Cannes.