Music for TV & Film
THE PRIME RADICALS
This new live action series for kids aged 6-8 is compelling and entertaining – never didactic – and uses humourous, hands-on, real-world scenarios to make numbers cool for kids, based on the math curriculum for young learners. Winner of multiple awards including 2012 Hermes and 2012 Intl Pixie Awards.
A fast-paced and fun romp that reveals the mysteries behind everyday and "not so everyday" magic tricks! Awarded the Silver Remi at the 41st Worldfest Houston Intl Film Festival.
KEYS TO THE COFFIN
One murder. Three writers. A midnight deadline. This story cleverly unfolds in three different genres - 50's Hollywood glamour, 40's film noir and 30's pulp.
(Starts in the black.)
THE GREAT MARCH WEST 1874
The Northwest Mounted Police are Canada's only hope to tame the wild frontier. Their toughest opponents are not just American outlaws and whiskey traders...but the resistance of the land itself. Awarded 2 Gemini Music and Sound Editing nominations.
Fear and greed consume three teenage boys when they stumble upon some missing diamonds. Platinum Winner for Best Original Score at the OHFTA Film and Television Awards.
20TH CENTURY GALS
This CBC "docudramedy", hosted by Babe (a.k.a. Cathy Jones of This Hour Has 22 Minutes) is a mix of fact, fun and folly that follows the woman's movement through the 20th century.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER (CBC/GAPC)
An intimate sharing of stories about Plummer and the people who have shaped, inspired and worked with him. It is a nostalgic trip down the many lanes of Plummer's life and he will not be travelling alone...
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF OSCAR PETERSON
(CBC/GAPC) From the local house band at the Alberta Lounge in Montreal to international acclaim. Oscar Peterson recorded and shared the stage with all the greats: Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Dizzy Gillespie to name a few.
WHO'S AFRAID OF HAPPY ENDINGS?
Ripe with dashing heroes and seductive sirens. Nora Roberts and others explore the success of romance fiction.
GROWING UP CANADIAN
Growing Up Canadian offers a fresh look at the history of 20th century Canada. With humour and candour, Canadians of all ages and backgrounds recall the daily defeats and victories of growing up through years of challenge and change.
A compelling, emotional, yet historically accurate re-enactment of the deportation of Acadian people from Grand Pré Nova Scotia, in 1755.
THE SECRECT LIVES OF BUTTERFLIES
An invitation into the mysterious world of this delicate winged wonder. Discover the secrets behind their mysterious behavior in this intriguing one-hour documentary produced for the Discovery Channel and TV5.
This one-hour documentary examines the vital role Canadian women played in putting an end to WW2 by working with "the man they called Intrepid", spymaster William Stephenson.
WITNESS TO YESTERDAY
Starring Patrick Watson, Richard Dreyfuss, Donald Sutherland and William Hutt. Patick Watson in conversation with Billy the Kid, Norman Bethune, Christopher Columbus and others. Series theme music by Andrew Huggett.
GAINING A VOICE
A 8 part television series that examines the role that the media plays in our day to day lives. With Pamela Wallin; Michael Enright; Noam Chomsky; Linda McQuaig.
Torment and heartache. Greed and glory. Tragedy and triumph. Welcome to the sublime and glamorous world of opera. This one-hour documentary chronicles the extraordinary life of internationally renowned opera diva, Maria Pellegrini
Seals that dive to recover missiles and monkeys that guard trucks in India. A television series that follows animals and their trainers doing extraordinary things.
In this reality series ten Suitors set out to court a mysterious woman known to them only as "Roxanne". They must woo her with the power of the pen. Anonymity is key as the Suitors and Roxanne never lay eyes on each other.
A documentary that explores the extraordinary benefits of Vitamin A intervention in the early development of third world children.