Welcome to Montreal

We create out of this world experiences for out of this world brands and activate them across all digital media.

Our Philosophy

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Our Mission

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Skills List

  • WEB DESIGN
  •  WORDPRESS DEVELOPMENT
  •  JAVASCRIPT JQUERY
  •  BRANDING & IDENTITY
  •  PRINT & PUBLISHING
  •  DIGITAL MEDIA

MEET OUR TEAM

Banker White
Executive Director
Anna Fitch
Producer / Director

Chris Riley
Outreach Coordinator / The Genius of Caring

Samantha Grant
Producer / Survivors

Emily Julius
Production Manager

Sara Dosa
Co-Producer / Survivors

SOME OF OUR CLIENTS

and what they say...

  • “Prepare for a touching accomplishment in documentary cinema. THE GENIUS OF MARIAN is delicately moving, an important film for anyone experiencing or afflicted by Alzheimer’s disease."
    The Examiner, April 2013
  • “THE GENIUS OF MARIAN is by far the most meaningful representation of a family’s experience with this disease that I've seen (and I've seen a few). Its value as a conversation-¬‐starter for families and caregivers cannot be overstated.”
    Susan Rowlett / Manager of Care Consultation & Clinical Education, Alzheimer’s Association
  • "These videos from WeOwnTV are actually making a difference in the way people are educated and respond towards Ebola. Attitudes are changing. People are not denying it anymore and behaviors are changing towards the issues."
    Michael Ibrahim Kargbo / Head of TV at Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation
  • “(The Genius of Marian) is a remarkable film, not only for the obvious affection with which it was made, but as art.”
    Indiewire Magazine, April 2013