Mind's Eye Entertainment

Mind's Eye Entertainment is an independent film production and distribution company headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Mind's Eye Entertainment produces independent and foreign films in Canada and the United States and internationally.

Mind's Eye Entertainment
Mind's Eye Pictures
Key people
Kevin DeWalt (Founder, CEO)
Ken Krawczy (CFO)
ProductsMotion pictures
WebsiteOfficial website


Mind's Eye Entertainment was formed in 1986 by Kevin DeWalt and Ken Krawczy. Over the following 30 years, over 60 television series and theatrically-released films have been produced under its direction, with the company being seen as instrumental in building the Canadian film and television industry, with projects sold in over 200 countries around the world.

In 2012, Mind's Eye Entertainment announced that they have partnered with Red Sky Entertainment and the UK-based Moving Pictures Media to produce several live-action, feature-length film adaptations of Avalon: Web of Magic, to be written by Robert Mandell, directed by Donald Petrie and produced by Isabella Battiston.[1][2] The first film was to be based on the first book in the series, Circles in the Stream,[3] planned to be released in the summer of 2014.[4]

In May 2016, Mind's Eye Entertainment teamed up with Bridgegate Pictures and VMI Worldwide for a six year, six-picture deal.[5]



Release date Film title Leading role(s)
1997 The Lost Daughter Richard Chamberlain
1999 Held Up Jamie Foxx and Nia Long
2001 The Unsaid Andy Garcia
2003 One Last Dance Patrick Swayze and Lisa Niemi
Falling Angels Callum Keith Rennie
2004 Intern Academy Dave Thomas, Dan Aykroyd and Dave Foley
2009 Walled In Mischa Barton
Grace Jordan Ladd
The Shortcut Andrew Seeley, Shannon Woodward and Katrina Bowden
Dolan's Cadillac Christian Slater, Emmanuelle Vaugier and Wes Bentley
2010 Ticket Out Ray Liotta
Lullaby for Pi Rupert Friend, Clémence Poésy and Forest Whitaker
2011 Faces in the Crowd Milla Jovovich, Julian McMahon, Michael Shanks and Sarah Wayne Callies
2012 The Tall Man Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland and Stephen McHattie
13 Eerie Katharine Isabelle, Brendan Fehr and Michael Shanks
2013 Stranded Christian Slater, Brendan Fehr, Amy Matysio and Michael Therriault
2015 Forsaken Kiefer Sutherland and Donald Sutherland
Darkland: Ben Drowned Jonny Clarke
2017 The Recall Wesley Snipes
The Humanity Bureau Nicolas Cage
2018 Distorted Christina Ricci and John Cusack
2019 Daughter of the Wolf Gina Carano and Richard Dreyfuss
A Score to Settle Nicolas Cage and Benjamin Bratt

Television seriesEdit

Release date Film title Note(s)
1997 Incredible Story Studios 65 episodes; produced for YTV
1998–2002 Mentors 52 episodes; produced for Family Channel
1999–2004 Prairie Berry Pie 26 episodes; produced for the Global Television Network; Children's series
2001 MythQuest 13 episodes; produced for PBS
2002 Just Cause 22 episodes; produced for PAX Network
2002–2003 2030 CE 26 episodes; produced for YTV
2006 Prairie Giant Two-part dramatic miniseries for CBC Television
2008 The Englishman's Boy
2010 Holywood: Saskatchewan Three-part documentary series for SCN
2012 Around the Next Bend Twelve-part travel documentation and adventure series for High Fidelity HDTV


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Mind's Eye Entertainment Plans Avalon: Web of Magic, ComingSoon.net, September 27, 2012.
  2. ^ "Avalon: Web of Magic Movie". Movieinsider.com. 2012-09-30. Retrieved 2013-07-30.
  3. ^ "Interview with Rachel Roberts, author of the Avalon: Web of Magic series". The Bibliophilic Book Blog. Retrieved 2013-07-30.
  4. ^ "February 4 press release" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-07-30.
  5. ^ "Mind's Eye Entertainment Strikes Six-Picture Deal". Bloody Disgusting. May 17, 2016. Retrieved May 17, 2016.

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