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Available in a variety of sizes, Silks, also referred to as poly or artificial silk, have long been a go-to diffusion on film sets. Available in a variety of sizes they are used to significantly soften and diffuse direct light while also introducing a significant amount of ambient bounce. Silks are flame retardant and have ~1.6 stops of light loss.

All of our flags and nets are mounted on a sturdy stainless steel frame and have a mounting pin designed for use with c-stands as well as baby and junior grip heads.


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Why Red Star

Full-Service, 24-Hour Support

Production work happens around the clock. Red Star is there for you every minute.

We’re not talking about a “1-800” number. We will give you a direct line to one of our staff members so you can feel confident that you have everything you need to keep your production running smoothly day or night.

If You Need It, We'll Find It

If you need something outside our huge inventory, we’ll do everything we can to find it.

We’ve built a nationwide network of partners so that we can be your single source of equipment. When it comes to making sure you have the right tools for the job, we’ll move mountains so you don’t have to.


Telescoping Pipe Wall Spreader

Telescoping Pipe Wall Spreader

Matthews High Roller Stand Closed

High Roller Stand

Scrim Jim Cine Portable Reflector and Diffusion Kit

Scrim Jim 6’x6′ Cine Kit

Junior Grid Clamp

Junior Grid Clamp

Single Riser Low Dana Dolly Stand

Low Boy Single Riser Dana Dolly Stand

Magic Cloth Overhead Rag

Magic Cloth

Fixed 90 Degree Cheeseboro


Mole Richardson Low Junior Roller Stand

Mole Low Junior Roller

Male and Female Threaded Baby Pins

Threaded Baby Pins

Hollywood Superflex Arm

Hollywood Super Flex Arm

C-Clamp with Baby Pin

C-Clamp w/ Baby Pin

Pipe Corner

Pipe Corner

Junior Grip Head

4.5″ Grip Head

TVMP Adapter

TVMP Adapter

Manfrotto Mega Boom Adjustable Boom Arm

Manfrotto Mega Boom




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Available on the East Coast and Across the MidWest