TV Series - World Rights
CANADA – 1973 – 84 MIN – COLOUR - FEATURE - IN ENGLISH
A FILM BY IVAN REITMAN
￼Second City TV regulars Eugene Levy and Andrea Martin star in this Canadian horror spoof as a couple on a romantic holiday who settle into a quaint little bed-and-breakfast run by a trio of flesh-eating ladies who fancy them for tomorrow's menu
CANADA – 2015 – 76 MIN – COLOUR - FEATURE - IN ENGLISH
A FILM BY PAUL SHAPIRO
FEATURING: MEGAN FOLLOWS, RICK MORANIS, GAIL YOUNGS
"What's a girl to do when her family moves to a small town where "fun hasn't been invented yet?" And where there is no girl’s hockey team? For Cathy Yarrow (Megan Follows), the answer's simple: strap on her goalie pads and try out for the boy's all-star team.
Local broadcaster Bum Johnston (Maury Chaykin) doesn't think a girl's place is in a hockey arena. Nor does lumber magnate Bill Moss (Henry Ramer), the team’s sponsor. But Cathy stands firm between the pipes, helping the team win games while winning herself loyal allies in star player Spear Kozak (Yannick Bisson) and coach Willie Liepert (Rick Moranis).
Hockey Night is a story of adolescent relationships, the struggles of small-town politics and of triumph over the expectations and pressures of the adult world."
1989 - CANADA - 80 MINUTES
A FILM BY BRUCE MCDONALD
A ROCK'N'ROAD MOVIE ABOUT A GIRL WHO LEARNS TO DRIVE.
Ramona works in a concert agency and is sent after the rock band 'Children of Paradise' who have disappeared. Since she can't drive, she has to take the train and bus and eventually hitchhike. On her way through the Canadian back country she meets the weirdest people - and learns to drive, what leads to... roadkill.