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PARTY FAVOR

FEATURE | COMEDY

With her medical school dreams on the line, a tenacious college student agrees to compete in the blowout party tournament of the year with her three best friends.

WRITTEN BY: Megan Russell

* Selected as one of six projects in Canada for the Whistler Film Festival Feature Project Development Lab
* Selected for the second round of the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition
* Official Selection: Broad Humor Comedy Festival, LA
> Winner Best Coming of Age Comedy Screenplay!

 
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PITCHING TENTS

SURPRISINGLY DYSFUNCTIONAL SUMMER CAMP SERIES

A ragtag group of misfit camp counsellors spend their summers keeping their beloved decaying camp afloat when their unruly campers are more than they bargained for.

* Official Selection: Atlanta Comedy Film Festival

WRITTEN BY: Cody Peterson

 
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SURE AS HELL

FEATURE | COMING OF AGE DRAMA

Based on the true story of a family of isolated lighthouse keepers in the 1950s and the children who are forced to raise themselves on an island alone when their parents fall absent.

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY: Erik Horn

 
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GIRLS VS THE CITY (Season 3)

BEST FRIENDSHIP FEMALE COMEDY WEB SERIES

Out of touch, out of date, and completely unaware, Girls vs. The City is a satirical look at life in Vancouver: one of the most beautiful and most expensive cities in the world.  Comedians Brynn and Brianna play exaggerated versions of themselves, relying on their unwavering (and largely unwarranted) confidence and a lot of pure, dumb-luck.  Ultimately their friendship is what keeps their hope afloat in a city that might otherwise drown them (literally - it rains so much).

CREATED BY: Brianna Wiens and Brynn Peebles

* Season 2 Now Available on YouTube and Telus Optik TV!

 
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THE RAREST DRUG ON EARTH (Feature)

FEATURE | DOCUMENTARY

In this documentary, when a patient with terminal cancer is given an experimental treatment using an ultra-rare radioactive element made from decommissioned nuclear weapons, his cancer goes into complete remission.

Using a particle accelerator, scientists in Canada perform modern alchemy to recreate this phenomenon that could potentially replace chemotherapy with no side effects and save countless lives.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: John Ritchie
PRODUCERS: Verhagen Entertainment, Avocado Video, The Science of Everything

* Short Version available here and on Telus VOD