Omnifilm Entertainment

Omnifilm Entertainment is a television and film production company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Omnifilm produces content in a variety of genres including drama, factual, and lifestyle series and documentaries[1] for the Canadian and international markets. With sister companies Omnifilm Post and Omnifilm Releasing, Omnifilm is a vertically integrated content company that handles the development, production, post-production, and distribution of its content worldwide.[2]

Omnifilm Entertainment
Typeprivate
Industrytelevision, film, post-production, distribution
Founded1979 (1979)
Headquarters,
Key people
SubsidiariesBay City Productions
Middleton Productions
Lakeshore Productions
Gabby Productions
Websiteomnifilm.com

ProductionsEdit

DramaEdit

FactualEdit

  • Ancient Clues: aka Mysteries of the Dead
  • Beachcombers –True Stories
  • Can't Stop Laughing
  • CannaBiz
  • Cantata For the King
  • Champions of the Wild
  • Creepy Crypts
  • Dambusters FlyAgain
  • Dolphin Dealer
  • Firestorm, The Fire Suppression Paradox
  • Greenpeace: Making a Stand
  • Greenpeace:Voyages to Save the Whales
  • Gwaii Haanas
  • Hi-Tech Culture
  • Ice Pilots NWT
  • In a Sacred Way We Build
  • Jade Fever
  • Keepers of the Fire
  • Killer Whales in the Wild
  • Make Some Noise
  • Mysteries of the River Giant
  • Mystery of the Toxic Swans
  • Mystics, Mechanics & Mind Bombs
  • Older Women/Younger Men
  • Pyros
  • Running on a Dream:The Legacy of Terry Fox
  • Shock/Wave
  • Singing Our Stories
  • Slammin’ Iron: Rebuilding the World
  • Spidermania
  • Stuntdawgs
  • System Crash
  • The Disappearance of the PX-15
  • The Living Coast
  • The Man Who Would be Moose
  • Touch the Wilderness
  • Trailblazers
  • Visions of Carmanah
  • Weird Sex and Snowshoes
  • Wild Horses of the Nemiah
  • Within Reach
  • Word Travels
  • Wrestling with Destiny: The Life and Times of Daniel Igali

LifestyleEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Careless, James (24 October 2005). "Omni Film Productions at 25; a quarter century of producing it all". Playback Magazine: 21.
  2. ^ Andrews, Marke (April 9, 2005). "Omni Film grows into a success". Vancouver Sun. p. G3. ProQuest 242257178.
  3. ^ "Omni Film Productions". IMDB. Retrieved 13 September 2013.

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