Tales from the Loop – Fox 21 Television Studio & Amazon Studios – First season of the sci-fi drama, based on the art of Simon Stålenhag, filmed in Manitoba winter through summer of 2019.
Breakthrough – Twentieth Century Fox – Theatrical adaptation starring Chrissy Metz. Filmed in Manitoba, spring of 2018. Theatrical release spring 2019.
Channel Zero: Butcher's Block & The Dream Door - Universal Cable Productions - The third and fourth installments of the horror anthology series filmed in Manitoba during the summers of 2017 and 2018. Series airs on Showcase in Canada and Syfy in the US.
Cult of Chucky - Universal Studios - Written and directed by Don Mancini, executive produced by David Kirschner. Filmed in Winnipeg, winter, 2017.
Channel Zero: Candle Cove & No-End House - Universal Cable Productions - The first and second installments of the acclaimed horror anthology series, created by Nick Antosca, filmed in Manitoba, spring/summer and fall of 2016. Series airs on Showcase in Canada and Syfy in the US.
A Dog's Purpose - DreamWorks - Filmed in Manitoba, summer/fall of 2015. Theatrical release January, 2017.
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley - 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment - Filmed in Winnipeg, summer of 2014. The story continues from The Haunting of Molly Hartley. Starring Sarah Lind and Devon Sawa.
One Christmas Eve - Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions - Television movie starring Anne Heche as a newly-single mom whose plans for an extra-special holiday go awry. Filmed in Winnipeg April/May, 2014. Premiered on Hallmark Channel in the US on Sunday, November 30th, 2014.
Joyride 3 - 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment - The third installment in the franchise was produced in Winnipeg by Kim Todd, written and directed by Declan O’Brien and based on characters created by J.J. Abrams.
American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight - Universal Home Video/Mattel Amercian Girl Productions/Martin Chase Productions.
The Gabby Douglas Story - Sony Pictures Television - The story of the Olympic gymnast filmed in Winnipeg and aired on Lifetime in 2014.
Curse of Chucky - Universal Studios - The sixth installment in the popular genre series is executive produced by David Kirschner and written and directed by Don Mancini. Filmed in Winnipeg September/October, 2012.
American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky - Universal Home Video/Mattel Amercian Girl Productions/Martin Chase Productions - This "American Girl" movie was shot in Manitoba in 2012 and stars Jane Seymour (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman).
Prosecuting Casey Anthony - Fox Television Studios - Based on the book written by prosecuting attorney Jeff Ashton about his role in the infamous 2011 Florida murder trial. It stars Rob Lowe as Jeff Ashton, Elizabeth Mitchell and Oscar Nunez and is directed by Peter Werner. Filmed in Winnipeg June, 2012, produced by Kim Todd and aired on Lifetime.
Zero Hour - ABC Studios - The arctic scenes of this television pilot were filmed on Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba.
Home Alone: The Holiday Heist - Fox Television Studios - The latest installment in the franchise stars Malcolm McDowell, Debi Mazar, and Eddie Steeples as the bumbling thieves who attempt to break-in to the Baxter’s house while the kids are home alone. It’s up to Finn Baxter (played by Christian Martyn) to save the day. Featuring a cameo by Edward Asner. Filmed in Winnipeg March/April, 2012. Broadcast on ABC Family.
Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings - 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment - The winter installment of the beloved horror franchise. Written and directed by Declan O’Brien, director of the cult classic Sharktopus. Filmed in Manitoba, 2011.
Beethoven's Christmas Adventure - Universal International Pictures - The Beethoven holiday movie is the seventh film in the series featuring everyone’s favourite St. Bernard. The production is helmed by award-winning director John Putch (Cougar Town, Ugly Betty). Shot in Manitoba, winter 2011.
American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars - Universal Home Video/Mattel Amercian Girl Productions/Martin Chase Productions - This “American Girl” movie was shot in Winnipeg and Stonewall in 2011. Winnipeg-born Nia Vardalos returned to her hometown to film her lead role. The movie is produced by Debra Martin Chase (The Princess Diaries, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) and was released on DVD and aired on NBC in 2012 as a lead-up to the summer Olympic games.
The Christmas Hope - Lifetime/Craig Anderson Productions - Based on the New York Times best-selling book of the same title and the third installment of a successful franchise including The Christmas Shoes and The Christmas Blessing. Premiered in December, 2009 on Lifetime Movie Network in the US and on VisionTV in Canada.
The Constant Gardener - A 2005 feature film from the novel by John Le Carré produced by Simon Channing-Williams for Focus Films. Canadian Production Services by Kim Todd and Original Pictures. Directed by Fernando Meirelles and starring Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz.
In The Dark - Produced with Shaftesbury Films for TMN, aired in 2004 and won a Gemini award for best music composer (Amin Bhatia).
Framed - Produced for TNT and aired in 2003 starring Rob Lowe and Sam Neill, directed by Dan Petrie Jr.