Film director Rodney Ray

Rodney Ray is a West Monroe, LA native and a successful businessman. Ray owns three businesses, one of which is the first major film production company in Northeast Louisiana entitled R-Squared Productions. Prior to his business ventures, Ray served in the United States Navy and earned a degree from Louisiana Tech University. Ray had written, produced and directed numerous theatre productions before entering the film world. Prior to the release of his first feature film “Flag of My Father,” Ray wrote and directed two short films: “Desires of the Heart,” and “Mumbai Baby.” He has recently expanded into documentary filmmaking with “We Call Them Heroes” and “Price of Freedom.” “Heroes” captures the sorrow, strength and victory of Vietnam veterans who have waited up to 45 years to open the door to their past, while “Price” takes a glimpse into soldiers’ prospective of each American conflict since WWII. Ray is a proud husband, father and grandfather whose dream is to make films that change lives.

Radio Shows featuring Rodney Ray

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Washington DC’s GI Film Festival

As we celebrate this Memorial Day holiday we thought we would share some highlights from previous years coverage of the  G.I. Film Festival in Washington, D.C.  The GI Film Festival is the first film festival in the nation to exclusively celebrate the successes and sacrifices of the service member through … Read more  

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