Dramatic List

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Lingerie * Forbidden Science  * Tati’s Hotel  * Zack Files  * The Gavin Crawford Show  * I Was A Sixth Grade Alien  * Body Language  * Radio Free Roscoe  * Mercy Peak  * Monster Warriors

Reality Television List

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Design Wars  * Breeder Of The Pack  * The Chefs Domain  * Treasure Trader  * Redemption Inc  * Opening Soon  * Thrill Of A Lifetime  * House Hunters  * House Hunters International  * Chefs vs City  * Hammer Heads  * Designed To Sell  * My House Is Worth What?  * National Open House  * Myles Of Style  * Design On A Dime  * Rate My Space  * Diet Tribe  * Unhinged  * Good Buy Bad Buy  * Designing For The Sexes  * HGTV Summer Showdown  * Landscapers Challenge  * Secrets That Sell  * Color Correction  * 24 Hour Design

Features List

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Manson * Corpus * The Tragically Hip – Bobcaygeon * Sweet Prudence And The Erotic Adventure Of Bigfoot * Expecting Mercy * Love Dot Com * Crangleʼs Collision * Homecoming * McLuinʼs Wake * The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A Veggie Tales Movie  * Your Beautfil Cul De Sac Home

Animation List

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Below is a list of productions that our team has collectively or individually had the pleasure of participating on. Our involvement has been in some or (often) all of the following roles: Dialogue Recording / Editing, ADR, Audio Post Supervision, Sound Design and Editorial, Foley Recording, Production Sound Clean-up and Restoration, Music Editorial, Mixing (5.1 and Stereo).

Wild Kratts Season 1+2  * Rescue Heroes  * Girl Stuff Boys Stuff  *  Robo Roach * King  * Time Blazers  *  Pelswick  * Pound Puppies  * Max And Ruby  * Kung Fu Dino Posse  * Toot And Puddle  * Turbo Dogs  * Erky Perky  * Yin Yang Yo  * Meteor And The Mighty Monster Trucks  * Harry And His Bucket Full Of Dinosaurs  * Veggie Tales  * MTV Movie Awards  * Cyberchase  * Monster By Mistake  * 3-2-1 Penguins  * Braceface  * George And Martha  * Little Bear  * Wilbur  * It’s A Big Big World

Tragically Hip – Bobcaygeon

It was one of the most anticipated events in the history of Canadian music. The Tragically Hip, Canada’s most beloved rock band, was headlining a festival concert in Bobcaygeon – the small Ontario town, population 2,500, that inspired one of the group’s most popular and enduring songs. 25,000 fans from across North America and Europe would make the pilgrimage.

This is the story of a monumental concert, told through intimate footage of devoted Hip fans, the townspeople who embraced them, and of the inimitable band who, after more than 25 years of playing music together, have come to represent the soul of Canadian rock.

a film by Andy Keen

Final 24

Final 24 is a Canadian documentary series which airs on the Discovery Channel and Global Television Network. The series explores the last 24 hours of the life of a person, usually a celebrity. The series is narrated by Canadian voice artist Dave McRae and Danny Wallace in the UK.

Creepy Canada

Creepy (AKA Creepy Canada) ran three seasons on the Outdoor Life Network in Canada, as well airing internationally.

Created, and primarily directed by William Burke the series was one of the earlier examples of the “Paranormal Genre” combining reenactments, interviews and investigations of allegedly haunted locales across Canada and, in it’s third season, the United States.

The show was based on a spec pilot directed by William Burke, and shot with virtually no budget, and a lot of favors in the grueling heat of the Mohave Desert.  The pilot caught the attention of CTV, and the series transformed into Creepy Canada, re-titled simply Creepy for international markets.

Canada’s size, and the remoteness of many locations made this production a very challenging experience.  Over the course of the series over four hundred actors, appeared in the show’s reenactments, usually cast on location through professional or amateur theatrical companies.  The grisly aspects of most ghost stories created some very unique onscreen statistics for the series; fifteen child murders, eleven decapitations, nine people drown, eight hangings, seven murdered prostitutes, six ghostly serial killers; always something for the entire family to enjoy. These were all very challenging scenes to present on a limited schedule and budget. There was also no budget for a separate interview crew to proceed the reenactments, so every shoot was “anything can happen day” with the actual stories unfolding on the day of.

In answer to some peoples questions – yes, the show was deliberately a bit campy and over the top.  It’s only a shame it wasn’t in 3D, just to add to the camp factor.  Who knows, maybe it will rise again.

Lingerie

“Lingerie” is a sexy new cable series featuring an ensemble cast of beautiful people who design, photograph and model lingerie in New York City’s fashion industry. Most of the stories revolve around Lacey Summers, who left a successful modeling career to design lingerie. Lacey lives in a large loft that doubles as her design studio. Her younger brother, Cody, lives a few blocks away with his wing man Russ. What Cody lacks in ambition he makes up for in charm and good looks. He’s constantly popping in and out of Lacey’s place helping himself to her food and occasionally to her models. Lacey’s lingerie is in several NY boutiques yet Lacey struggles to make ends meet as costs for fabrics, photographers and models run higher than her income. To help keep costs down, Lacey decides to rent out her spare room to Vanessa, a beautiful young, want-to-be actress from Seattle. Lacey’s best friend, Marilyn, writes for a gossip fashion magazine and does her best to promote Lacey’s work, occasionally introducing her to investors and editors who can get her work seen. Unfortunately, one of the investors is more interested in ripping off Lacey’s designs than he is in helping her. To complicate an already hectic life, Lacey’s on-again-off-again photographer boyfriend, Jason, can’t seem to keep his hands of Lacey’s models. Jason and Lacey have an open relationship but when Jason sleeps with her new roommate, Vanessa, she realizes she’s had enough. She breaks up with Jason and turns her romantic attentions to Rick, a NY City fireman. But Rick finds it hard to relate to Lacey’s work. Though he admits he loves to see women in lingerie, he thinks lingerie is only good for as long as it takes a man to remove it from a woman. Rick would rather she go with him on weekend adventures, where they could off-road, climb mountains or camp; however, Lacey’s a true city girl and doesn’t enjoy the “great outdoors”. Their relationship soon drifts apart. Lacey decides to take time off from her relationships and devote her energies to creating a new “Metro” line of lingerie which she promotes during a New York City Spring Fashion Show.