Current Projects In Production
The Real Dirt... on Gossip
Let's face it, everyone gossips - we seek it, and we spread it. Language and evolutionary science says gossip is as old as time and will never go away. But is that such a bad thing? On Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 9:00 p.m., CBC Televison premieres The Real Dirt on Gossip, a documentary that provides the inside scoop on our insatiable desire for dishing the dirt.
The documentary features a variety of experts who shed light on the origins and impact of gossip, Canadian media executive and the editor of HollywoodLife.com Bonnie Fuller and former reality TV star Jon Gosselin.
Current Projects In Development
With so much time, money and energy spent on trying to get skinny, you would think we would be getting slimmer. In fact, it's just the opposite. This BIG world is only getting bigger. Calorie counting menu's, BMI's, quick burn boot camps, stomach surgeries, fat taxes...we've gone a long way to demonize fat. Has all the hype and paranoia over being fat backfired? Is the obsession with weight tipping the scales...the wrong way? And as we change our world in the name of fat, are we still trying to get rid of it, accommodate it or exploit it?
Ten Ways to Get Rid of a Body
Some eat it. Others burn it or bury it. Some leave it exposed, freeze, preserve, annihilate or hang it. But one thing is universal, and that is everybody wants to manage it. In every culture, a dead body must be put in its place. The funeral industry is a compelling story. In human history, myth and ritual practice provide a way in which one can construe the meaning of the deceased life and death, and find order in disorder, meaning in suffering. This is an examination of ten ways to get rid of a body and explore grief as a universal instinct.
21st Century Women - 13 x 60 Minutes
They're everywhere. Never before have there been so many women sparkling on the world's stage. They're governing empires, rebuilding war torn countries, commandeering fortunes, making laws, managing banking industries and facing the final frontier of science. They've taken their positions around the boardroom table and in front of the spotlight on their own terms - influencing and changing politics, business, law, and entertainment. And it's hard to believe but the female factor in the 21st Century has never been told in a television series - until now.
Till Death do us Part
Stories of infidelity rule the headlines. Is anybody not cheating these days? Well, this documentary will go to the corners of the world to hear what the oldest living couples on the planet think about it. What keeps them together and how did they make it? Till Death do us Part is a refreshing look at the bumps and bruises of staying together and the secrets of being faithful.