Streams Flow From A River is a short-form scripted series that tells the story of a working class Chinese Canadian immigrant family who are forced to confront their past traumas while stuck in their parents’ home during a snowstorm in rural Alberta. Streams Flow From A River is part of the Short Form Digital Series (Fiction) Production Program and will air on Super Channel Online.
Shant Joshi, a queer Indo-Canadian film and TV producer and president of Fae Pictures, Inc. produced the series created by writer Christopher Yip.
Detox is a series of 6 episodes of 10 minutes, which tells the story of Zach, 17 years old, who enters rehab after causing the overdose of his best friend. The center where he ends up is not like the others: they use unusual and colorful impact techniques to treat young people. Zach discovers a group of young people with various addictions, including the electric Lea, with whom he falls dangerously in love.
Patrick Bilodeau is the producer behind the series Détox.
While navigating the pressures of adult life, Ian, a 20-something with cerebral palsy, tries to find love and purpose in a world not designed for wheels.
Sean Towgood is the creator, co-writer and star of the upcoming CBC Gem comedy series Lazy Legs. Lucy Stewart is executive producing the series, along with her colleague at Longhope Media, Kevin Wallis.
Produced and written by Marylou Mintram (Cree name Standing Rainbow Woman), The New Fame is part of Bell Fund’s Slate Development (TV Series) Program and is set to air on CBC.
Set against the fast-paced vibrant backdrop of Gen-Z Toronto, The New Fame will follow Chantel, a First Nation business student with a passion for makeup glam. This series will show the good, the bad and the ugly of what it's like to be a social media influencer. In a world of drama, cancel culture, greed, self-image, identity, anxiety, clout chasing, and competition, can you build a name for yourself without losing yourself in the process?
In an intimate atmosphere, artists talk about their "before" and "after" 9/11. They give performances of humor, song, music, slam and dance related to the event. Through them, we discover the impact of September 11, 2001 on an entire generation, particularly children of Arab origin. A hybrid between documentary and variety, the series unfolds under the sign of confidence and reflection, between laughter and emotion.
Karine Dubois is the producer behind the series Le 11 septembre et moi.
When a gay burnt-out party boy’s estranged straight small-town best friend shows up expecting him to play daddy to her pregnant belly, even a beautiful blind lover and fairy drag queen can’t stop the womb envy.
Charlie David is a producer and owner of Border2Border Entertainment, which produces and promotes a unique brand of award-winning, critically acclaimed digital, film, and television projects for the LGBTQ and Ally audience.
Champagna, a Toronto drag queen who we’ve worked with on our television series Drag Heals, created the concept for the show and Mark Keller is the screenwriter.