SELECTED FILMOGRAPHY

TRAILER PARK BOYSI

55 x 30-minute episodes, two one-hour television specials, three feature films.

 

• Consistently the highest-rated comedy series on Showcase Television during its seven-year run.​

 

• Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day won Telefilm’s Goldie Award as the highest-grossing  

   English-language Canadian film of 2009.

• Trailer Park Boys: The Movie holds the opening weekend box office record as the highest-grossing

   English-language Canadian film.

. Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It (2015)

•  Gemini Award, Best Comedy Series

 

CANADA RUSSIA '72

A four hour television drama for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CANADA RUSSIA '72 is an intense behind-the-scenes personal drama of the 1972 hockey series that gripped both nations and changed hockey forever.

 

Barrie Dunn has turned a legendary hockey victory into a triumph of storytelling.”  - John Doyle, The Globe and Mail

 

Canada Russia ’72 is one of the great triumphs of Canadian television.” – The Toronto Star

                                               

Raucous, profane and wildly entertaining.” – Alex Strachan, Canwest News Service

Disheartened when his story about Canadian snipers possibly mutilating corpses in Afghanistan is buried by his editor, Luke quits his job but is even more determined to return to Afghanistan to get the real story

 

“Afghan Luke is a bright and bold Canadian film about war…the futility of war is powerfully expressed.”

  – Film critic Peter Howell.

MOVING DAY

A bittersweet comedy starring Will Sasso and Charlie Murphy about four guys in a moving company whose professional lives are as messed up as their personal lives.

TEAM SPIRIT

Team Spirit follows two brothers from Nunavut, Jordin and Terence Tootoo, in their quests to become the first Inuit to play in the National Hockey League.

 

One of the best documentaries of the year.” –  The Toronto Star

TOUGH GUYS

A one-hour documentary for the CTV Television Network about Canadian hockey players plying their trade as enforcers in the lowest minor professional leagues of the southern U.S.

"Engaging, oftentimes hilarious, and thoroughly human." - The Coast

A one-hour documentary for the CTV Television Network about Canadian hockey players plying their trade as enforcers in the lowest minor professional leagues of the southern U.S.

"Engaging, oftentimes hilarious, and thoroughly human." - The Coast

HEADS UP

A documentary for the National Film Board of Canada which follows five young hockey players as they adjust to their first year of body checking in minor hockey.

THEATRE ON THE MULGRAVE ROAD

A documentary for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation about Mulgrave Road Co-op Theatre’s work producing original, innovative theatre in rural Nova Scotia. Winner of the Moonsnail Award for Best Arts Documentary.

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