FishHeads is a 26 x 11 science adventure series for kids that explores what is going on under the waves and around the shorelines as our hosts discover the aquatic world of Ontario, the rest of Canada and beyond. The series brings us up-close and personal with the creatures that live in, under and around the water.
Our young hosts, Sayat and Christian and their animated buddy Leo the Catfish, will introduce us to a new watery friend in each episode. They’ll head out on an amazing adventure where they’ll get their hands wet assisting with a project on the go. They’ll get a first-hand look at our featured creature and the challenges it faces, and discover what we can do to help.
Lakes, streams, oceans, rivers, tidal pools… we’re diving in, exploring these amazing eco-systems and getting an intimate look at the creatures that call them home. Premiering on TVO in 2019, FishHeads is Adventure with a capital ‘A’.
REELSIDE is a 2015 Canadian documentary television series about the creative process of Canadian filmmakers that premiered on The Movie Network on June 4, 2015. Reelside's first season features: Sarah Gadon & Caitlin Cronenberg, George A. Romero, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Matthew Bass, Vincenzo Natali, Michael Hogan, Graeme Manson, Don McKellar, Bruce McDonald, Matthew Hannam, Stephen Amell, David Hayter, and Lloyd Kaufman.
The Rawside Of… is an 8 x 60 documentary series that is broadcast on IFC Canada (CanWest Global). Each episode tells a story of one artist or band and examines a central theme or issue surrounding them. Using an uncensored witness approach, the series uses artful cinematography supported by in-depth, no holds barred interviews and segments of narration by the artist to tell the story. The series also features an exclusive stripped-down performance component in an intimate setting, integrated into the story of the episode.
Rent-A-Goalie revolves around the exploits of Cake (Christopher Bolton), a hockey-mad, recovered-from-everything go-to guy, who runs a rag-tag hockey goalie rental service out of Cafe Primo, a family-owned coffee shop in Toronto’s Little Italy. Here, at this crazy crossroads of hockey culture, coffee culture and Italian-Canadian culture, Cake has finally found a home. He spends his time juggling friends and enemies, the ridiculous and the profound, while always trying to live by ‘The Code’ – an ever evolving set of personal ethics, spiritual maxims and athletic credos that keep him on the straight and narrow.