/ Archive by category 'Documentary'
Lev Anderson, Chris Metzler
* World Premiere 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival
* “Effortlessly entertaining” Variety
* This beloved, audience favourite also captured hearts of critics’ at the 2007 Cannes Market
* Official Selection: 2007 Sundance Film Festival
* Official Selection: 2007 Dubai Film Festival
2006 Tunisia/ 80 min./ Colour/ Arabic/ Documentary
Vít Klusák, Filip Remunda
* Hilarious doc seen at London, Tribeca, True/False, Hong Kong film festivals.
2004 Czech Republic/ 90 min./ English Sub-titles/ Colour/ Documentary
Double Dare is a double-barreled, action-packed documentary about two Hollywood stuntwomen, Jeannie Epper and Zoë Bell. Epper, who refuses to retire at sixty-four, doubled for Wonder Woman in the Seventies, and Bell landed the coveted job doubling Xena at the age of eighteen. With star-studded interviews and rollicking live-action stunt sequences, Double Dare is a candid look at two strong, dedicated women who pursue tough careers in male-dominated Tinseltown.
Starring Zoë Bell (GRINDHOUSE), Jeannie Epper and featuring Lynda Carter, Lucy Lawless, Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino
* Official Selection, 2004 Toronto Int’l Film Festival
* Audience Awards for Best Documentary at 2004 AFI and 2004 San Francisco Int’l Film Fest.
*This beloved, audience favourite also captured numerous critics’ 2005 top ten lists and best doc lists
2004 USA /81 min./ Colour/ English/ Documentary
Narrated by Gina Gershon
* Winner! Spirit of the Independent, Ft. Lauderdale Int’l. Film Festival
2006 USA/ 85 min./ English/ Colour/ Documentary
Appearances by: Pierce Brosnan, John Hurt, Julian Lennon, and Geoffrey Rush
* Winner! Best Film 2007 Monaco International Film Festival
2006 Australia/ 90 min./ English/ Colour/ Documentary
Jesse James Miller and Pete McCormack
Narrated by Kevin Spacey with commentary from Noam Chomsky, Hon. Lloyd Axworthy and Ugandan Peace Negotiator Betty Bigombe.
* Audience Award, 2006 Hot Docs!
* Official Selection, Vancouver Int’l. Film Festival
* Amnesty International Human Rights Film Festival
2006/ Canada 82 min. & 48 min./ Colour/ English/ Documentary
When the students of Tennessee’s Whitwell Middle School began studying the Holocaust as a way to learn about intolerance and diversity, nobody could have predicted the results. In 2001, the Paper Clip Project culminated in a unique memorial that changed the lives of those who created it, as well as touching Holocaust survivors and countless communities.
Because Norwegians invented the paper clip and used it as a symbol of solidarity against the Nazis, students started collecting them to help visualize such vast numbers of victims. As word spread online and in the media, paper clips poured in from around the world, 11 million of which are enshrined in an authentic German railcar standing in the schoolyard.
Elliot Berlin, Joe Fab
* Grossed over $1 million at US Box Office
* One of the Top Five Documentaries of 2004 - The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures
* 2004 Palm Springs International Festival Award for Best Overall Film
2004 USA/ 82 min./ Colour/ English/ Documentary
The docu-soap, Grim Sweepers, introduces a new household name in Christian Cadieux, the leader of a group of outcasts who dare to enter those creepy places and wash away bad memories. It takes a special kind of personality to handle the unique variety of contaminating challenges and to lead Canada’s most colorful, quirky and eccentric cleaning staff.
With the stress of growing a revolutionary cleaning business and competition on the rise, there’s never a dull moment for Cadieux and his intriguing cast of characters he counts as friends.
Add to the mix the birth of his twin girls and Christian is thrust into a whole new level of stress as he fights to balance time with his loving family and cleaning up the Grim Reaper’s mess.
Produced in association with Jim Mauro and Colin Brunton
Pilot Episode completed.
Chris Metzler and Jeff Springer
Narrated by John Waters
Music by The Friends of Dean Martinez
* Winner of 32 Awards for Best Documentary
* Winner HBO Producer’s Award
* Official Selection: Slamdance Film Festival
2004 USA 73/58 min./ Colour/ English/ Documentary
Includes on-the-street interviews with Canadian movie-goers and film industry professionals including:
*Michael Kennedy, Exhibitor (Cineplex Ent.)
*Brad Pelman, Distributor (Maple Pictures)
*Anna Stratton, Producer (EMOTIONAL ARITHMETIC)
*Louise Archambault, Director (FAMILIA)
*Shauna Macdonald, Actress (SAINT RALPH)
*Bern Euler, Canadian Filmmakers Festival
*Richard Crouse, Film Critic, Author
*Brendon Sawatzky, Producer, Funder (NSI)
*Joel Bakan, Screenwriter, Author (THE CORPORATION)
2008 Canada/ 46 min./ Colour/ English/ Documentary