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Passenger Side


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Passenger Side


a feature film directed by Matthew Bissonnette and produced by Corey Marr

starring Adam Scott, Joel Bissonnette and Robin Tunney

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“This film is bloody lovely...A joy from start to finish...The faded hope of LA is perfectly captured, as is a depth of sibling love and resentment, with excellent performances, big laughs and emotional truth." - Empire
“Canada’s Top Ten” - The Toronto international Film Festival
A brilliant film – smart, funny, a little disturbing and utterly original.” - Montreal Gazette
“4 Stars: It’s not like Sideways; it’s a lot better in fact.” - The National Post
“…it’s the warmth, the entirely plausible relationship between the brothers, the sparky, but never-overwritten back-and-forth between them, and the truthful, universal emotion of the whole thing that makes this a severely overlooked gem." - The Playlist

SYNOPSIS

On the morning of his thirty seventh birthday Michael Brown (ADAM SCOTT) receives a telephone call from this estranged brother Tobey (JOEL BISSONNETTE), which sends the two off on a day-long odyssey across a wild and weird Los Angeles in search of Tobey’s “reason for living.” Behind the wheel of a beat up old BMW, fuelled by hilarious banter and a killer soundtrack (WILCO, LEONARD COHEN, EVAN DANDO, etc.), the brothers’ search leads them through a bizarre, beautiful land filled with surprising, comical characters to a very unexpected and magical destination.

Passenger Side has played over 20 festivals, including: Los Angeles Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival ("Canada's Top Ten"), Edmonton International Film Festival (Winner: Best Canadian Film), Starz Denver Film Festival, Whistler Film Festival, CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival (New York).

Passenger Side was released theatrically and has sold to Strand Releasing in the US and to IFC Films internationally.




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Who Loves the Sun


Who Loves the Sun


a feature film directed by Matthew Bissonnette and produced by Corey Marr

starring Lukas Haas, Molly Parker, Adam Scott, R.H. Thomson and Wendy Crewson

Who Loves the Sun - Official Trailer


"A poignant portrait of sibling rivalry and affection." – The Hollywood Reporter
“4 Stars: A smart new angle on the love triangle” – Montreal Gazette
“Molly Parker…exudes a sexual heat and power that leaps from the screen” – L.A. Weekly
“3 out of 4 Stars: …lean, engaging script and fine nuanced performances.” – The Globe and Mail
“Great Canadian movie… layered and complex without being so melancholy and pretentious.”   – The National Post

SYNOPSIS

Will Morrison (LUKAS HAAS) and Daniel Bloom (ADAM SCOTT) were the best of friends. They grew up together. Went to the same schools. Liked the same records. Loved the same girls. Daniel was Will’s best man at his wedding to Maggie Claire (MOLLY PARKER). Then one day Will disappeared without a word. Half a decade later he re-surfaces and sets off a tsunami of unforeseeable events.

Who Loves the Sun is a delightfully witty character comedy, featuring perfectly pitched performances, a great soundtrack from Portastatic, songs from the Silver Jews, and some hilariously realistic bad fighting.

Who Loves the Sun has played over 30 festivals, including: AFi FEST (Nominee: Grand Jury Prize), BFI London Film Festival, South By Southwest, Whistler Film Festival (Borsos Competition), Beverly Hills Film Festival (Winner: Best Actress, Molly Parker), Starz Denver Film Festival, Mississauga International Film Festival (Winner: Best Film).

Who Loves the Sun was released theatrically and has sold in territories all over the world.


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Private Eyes


Private Eyes


We produced the webisode series Trust Issues to support Entertainment One Television / Corus Entertainment's new series Private Eyes starring Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson.

 

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Mac McCaughan & Jim Wilbur from Superchunk/Portastatic: Live at the Royal


Live concert recorded in Toronto's iconic Royal Theatre

Mac McCaughan & Jim Wilbur from Superchunk/Portastatic: Live at the Royal


Live concert recorded in Toronto's iconic Royal Theatre

Mac McCaughan, singer/guitarist for American indie rock band Superchunk, sat down with the Post's John Richardson to discuss his soundtrack choices for Director Matt Bissonnette's latest film Passenger Side. This interview includes clips of Mac and Jim performing Detroit Has A Skyline from their concert at the Royal.

Camera, Interview & Edit: John Richardson

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Making Who Loves the Sun


A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Who Loves the Sun. Featuring interviews with director Matt Bissonnette and the cast of the film, Lukas Haas, Molly Parker and Adam Scott.

Produced by Corey Marr

Making Who Loves the Sun


A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Who Loves the Sun. Featuring interviews with director Matt Bissonnette and the cast of the film, Lukas Haas, Molly Parker and Adam Scott.

Produced by Corey Marr

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Probability


Probability


A film written and directed by Arun Lakra and executive produced by Corey Marr.

SYNOPSIS:

Time Magazine’s “Luckiest Man Alive” is about to bet 850 million dollars on today’s Super Bowl coin toss, until he "randomly" selects a young woman from his audience, who claims to have figured out his mathematical secret.

Based on the award-winning stage play, SEQUENCE, by Arun Lakra.

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Behind the Wheel: Making Passenger Side


A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Passenger Side. Featuring interviews with director Matt Bissonnette, Adam Scott and Joel Bissonnette.

Produced by Corey Marr

Behind the Wheel: Making Passenger Side


A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Passenger Side. Featuring interviews with director Matt Bissonnette, Adam Scott and Joel Bissonnette.

Produced by Corey Marr

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The Old Ways


The Old Ways


a film by director Michael Vass and executive produced by Corey Marr

Premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.


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Bullet in the Head


a film directed by John Ainslie and executive produced by Corey Marr

Bullet in the Head


a film directed by John Ainslie and executive produced by Corey Marr