Picture this

  • THE CEO is attending his retirement party after a stellar career in the insurance industry. Suddenly, the lights go out. As a total surprise, he sees his life and career unfold on the big screen. It’s a broadcast-quality video biography all about him. He laughs. He cries. His jaw literally drops. And the audience sits spellbound.
  • YOUR WIFE is celebrating her 50th birthday and, instead of the run-of-the-mill gifts she gets every year, you surprise her with a spectacular biography video, saluting her strengths and celebrating her idiosyncrasies. All her nearest and dearest friends and family appear in the production.

  • YOUR HOSPITAL FOUNDATION is holding its annual person-of-the-year fundraiser. The honouree is feted with a very funny, celebrity-studded mockumentary that the audience eats up—and makes your event a big success.

Gerald Schwartz and Heather Reisman

Gerald Schwartz and Heather Reisman

"The video was sensational. Everyone loved it and can’t stop talking about it. You should be extraordinarily proud of what you produced for us. It was tasteful, fast-moving and very, very funny."  - Gerald Schwartz, Toronto (video for the 50th birthday of his wife, Heather Reisman.)


Our tribute biopics and corporate comedy videos pay big dividends to companies and other organizations.

Mission: Salute the achievements and celebrate the personality of the retiring CEO of Canada’s largest pension fund, by interviewing his colleagues across the globe. Here’s a sample.


Our two most popular products for families are tribute videos and legacy videos.

For the 65th-birthday video roast of a Florida yachtsman, we invented a TV series called “Great Men of Leisure.” Here is the show’s opening and part of a funny commercial poking fun at his idiosyncrasies - with a celebrity cameo.


Your non-profit organization is saluting a person-of-the-year at your all-important fundraiser.

Canada’s National Ballet School Foundation enlisted the help of a famous businessman - and ballet hater - to help raise $100 million. The co-founder of McCain Foods and Maple Leaf Foods gets the toast-and-roast treatment in this food-meets-dance mockumentary.