Video Production - Animation - Visual Effects - Motion Graphics


What We Do


Twelve Eleven is a full-service "boutique" production house specializing in Video, Animation, VFX & Motion Graphics. We handle ALL aspects of production in-house: Concept to Delivery, Corporate Videos to Feature Films, no budget is too big or too small.


From Brainstorming & Conceptualizing the idea to the Scriptwriting, Storyboarding & Production Planning. Finding the perfect Locations, Casting the talent to hiring the Crew & production Gear. The sourcing of Props, Wardrobe & Make Up. All on Schedule & on Budget of course.  


This is the stage where the raw elements of the production are created & shot. We own a studio full of production gear & have a pool of insanely talented crew to draw from. And if we don’t have it, we get it. You want to shoot that scene at 1,000 FPS on a  PHANTOM HD… done.  


We have our own post production facilities where we do Offline-Edits, add Visual Effects, Motion Graphics & Animation. Sound Design with Music, SFX & Dialogue is added. And finally an Online-Edit with Color Correcting & Grading. We encode, ready for delivery Online, tape for Broadcast or DVD Authoring for distribution. 

Watch our Showreel


A picture's worth a thousand words... film is twenty four pictures a second.

Real Estate – Promo Video

Tiger Brands
Nue Light
VH Music

About Twelve Eleven

Twelve Eleven is a production company founded and owned by award-winning filmmaker Remano De Beer.

Remano De Beer not only has the usual credits of Producing, Directing & Writing his projects, but also frequently serves as Cinematographer, Editor, Camera Operator, Visual Effects Artist and Sound Designer. His career started in 2006 when he wrote, directed and starred in his first short film “Five Minutes” which was a finalist in the “M-Net Edit Online Film Festival 2006“. A festival he won the following year with his entry, “The Legend of Koos Lee“, which was subsequently commissioned by Mnet to be produced into a full Mobile Series.

Remano then founded Twelve Eleven Productions to enable him to produce his own projects as well as cater to the needs of the Corporate sector. Much like his idol Robert Rodriguez, he subscribes to “one-man film crew” ethos, doing most of the work himself. Thus keeping the budget low but the quality high, while ensuring his creative vision is realized from concept to screen. As Rodriguez himself said;

“Creativity, not money, is used to solve problems.”


  • There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness.

    Frank Capra
  • I’ve always considered myself a filmmaker who writes stuff for himself to do. 

    Quentin Tarantino
  • Visions are worth fighting for. Why spend your life making someone else’s dreams? 

    Tim Burton
  • My three Ps: passion, patience, perseverance. You have to do this if you’ve got to be a filmmaker. 

    Robert Wise
  • I like tits and ass. Mostly tits. 

    Paul Verhoeven
  • Low budgets force you to be more creative. Sometimes, with too much money, time and equipment, you can over-think. My way, you can use your gut instinct. 

    Robert Rodríguez
  • Everything I learned as an actor, I have basically applied to writing. 

    Quentin Tarantino
  • Self-plagiarism is style. 

    Alfred Hitchcock
  • Don’t give me any money, don’t give me any people, but give freedom, and I’ll give you a movie that looks gigantic. 

    Robert Rodríguez
  • A story should have a beginning, a middle and an end… but not necessarily in that order. 

    Jean-Luc Godard
  • I couldn’t sleep one night and I was sitting in my office and I realized that I was an independent filmmaker. 

    Darren Aronofsky
  • I like to keep my budgets at a certain price when I work for someone else, and even more so now that I’m working for myself, and use new technologies to deliver films that look like they have high production levels. 

    Robert Rodríguez
  • All I Need to Make a Comedy is a Park, a Policeman and a Pretty Girl. 

    Charlie Chaplin
  • Everything seems really simple on paper until you take a camera out of the box. 

    David Fincher
  • Art Depends on Luck and Talent. 

    Francis Ford Coppola
  • A Hunch is Creativity Trying to Tell You Something. 

    Frank Capra
  • Although I Write Screenplays, I Don’t Think I’m a Good Writer. 

    George Lucas
  • And Later I Thought, I Can’t Think How Anyone Can Become a Director Without Learning the Craft of Cinematography. 

    Gus Van Sant
  • There are no rules. There are as many ways to make a film as there are potential filmmakers. 

    Jim Jarmusch
  • Photography is Truth. The Cinema is Truth Twenty-four Times Per Second. 

    Jean-Luc Godard
  • What I love about new technology is that it really pushes the art. It really pushes it in a way that you can’t imagine until you come up with the idea. It’s idea-based. You can do anything. 

    Robert Rodríguez
  • A Team Effort is a Lot of People Doing What I Say. 

    Michael Winner
  • I Hate Television. I Hate It As Much As Peanuts. But I Can’t Stop Eating Peanuts. 

    Orson Welles
  • When people ask me if I went to film school I tell them, ‘no, I went to films. 

    Quentin Tarantino
  • A Lot of Times You Get Credit for Stuff in Your Movie You Didn’t Intend to Be There. 

    Spike Lee
  • Why Pay a Dollar for a Bookmark? Why Not Use the Dollar for a Bookmark? 

    Steven Spielberg
  • To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence. 

    Quentin Tarantino
  • Filmmaking is a collaborative process. You get the chance to work with others whose minds and ideas may be stronger than your own. 

    Jim Jarmusch
  • Pick up a camera. Shoot something. No matter how small, no matter how cheesy, no matter whether your friends and your sister star in it. Put your name on it as director. Now you’re a director. Everything after that you’re just negotiating your budget and your fee. 

    James Cameron
  •  I’m a storyteller – that’s the chief function of a director. And they’re moving pictures, let’s make ‘em move!

    Howard Hawks
  • I think maybe making films is something innate you can’t really teach to begin with. 

    Richard Linklater
  • Cinema is a matter of what’s in the frame and what’s out. 

    Martin Scorsese
  • People say I pay too much attention to the look of a movie but for God’s sake, I’m not producing a Radio 4 Play for Today, I’m making a movie that people are going to look at. 

    Ridley Scott
  • One person’s crazyness is another person’s reality. 

    Tim Burton
  • I steal from every movie ever made.  

    Quentin Tarantino
  • My idea of professionalism is probably a lot of people’s idea of obsessive. 

    David Fincher
  • Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. 

    Jim Jarmusch
  • It’s not where you take things from—it’s where you take them to. 

    Jean-Luc Godard

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