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IN THE BLACK



FEATURE FILM

directed by Frances-Anne Solomon

Adaption of the Award-winning Book “IN THE BLACK - MY LIFE” by B. Denham Jolly.

In The Black is a fictional feature that weaves dramatization and archive to bring to life Mr. Jolly's 12-year-long journey against systemic racism. While the hard truths about racial discrimination in Canada flow through the story, the film is a celebration of the strength, power and resilience of Canada’s Black communities. Through the tale of one man, we will tell the story of a community’s triumphant coming to voice.

In Development

CLAUDIA



FEATURE FILM

directed by Frances-Anne Solomon

London 1958: As violent race riots ravage the country, Claudia Jones, a Trinidad-born communist, and deportee from the US, comes up with an ingenious plan to unite Black and white: a fancy dress party that will become the largest street festival in the world.

In Development

MOYA'S LOVE



FEATURE FILM

directed by Mary Wells

A woman caught between love for a man & his friends’ actions to destroy a marine reserve may risk everything for love, or risk losing love, for a cause.

In Development

THE WARD



DRAMA SERIES

Set in Toronto in the early 20th century, THE WARD is the story of Toronto’s most notorious “slum” – home to a vibrant and diverse community of immigrants fighting to maintain its existence while facing threats for demolition by city officials.

In Development

HOW TO BE BROWN



COMEDY SERIES

Created by Maya Bastian

HOW TO BE BROWN is a fish-out-of-water story -- seen through the eyes of Leilani, a first-generation Indo-Canadian, who leaves the sheltered enclave of white suburbia to search for her identity on the big city streets of Toronto.

In Development