Rabbit Hop Films is independent film production company based in rural Australia dedicated to telling stories about the country and the people who live in it.


With a willingness to do whatever it takes to tell a good story - we will hang out of cattle mustering helicopters, drive hundreds of kilometers for that crack-of-dawn light, gallop horses across paddocks - we love to create engaging content that is not only visually beautiful but that connects people to stories or brands in a meaningful way. We believe in a collaborative process and are passionate about helping our clients tell their stories.


Rabbit Hop Films was founded by Sascha Estens and is based out of Moree, NSW, in the heart of cotton and wheat country, but we travel everywhere. We tell stories through corporate profile videos, TVCs, music film clips, documentaries, social media, commercial property tours and experiential and event videos for a broad range of start-up, corporate and non-for-profit organisations. 


Having amassed thousands of followers across multiple social media platforms, Rabbit Hop Films has emerged as a much-loved, respected vehicle for showcasing rural Australia and those less fortunate, and ensuring their voices are strong in the ever evolving online world of social media and film. 


And we have all the gear to tell your story in the best way possible.


Camping Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Sony FS7

2 x Sony A7sii Camera 

Sony RX10 Camera

Canon 5Dii Camera

2 x Hero 3 and 4 Gopros



Ronin-M Gimbal

Mavic Pro II

DJI Phantom 4 Pro Drone 

DJI Phantom 3 Pro Drone

DJI Osmo Mark II




Adobe Premiere CC & CS6

Adobe After Effects

Adobe Lightroom


Tripods, Monopod, Slider, Skrims, Lighting 

Sennheiser Radio Mics

RodeLink Wireless Mics

Shotgun Mics


2018/2019 - Australia Day Ambassador - Australia Day Council 

2017 - Qantas 'My Town Spirit' Film Competition - Runner-Up 

2016 - Top 10 Regional Online Companies of Australia - Initiative of Google & the Regional Online Institute 

2016 - Winner of the Seed to Store Video Competition – The Story of Australian Grain