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No Honour in Truth (2016)
Documentary / 60 mins

Writer: Charlie Hagopian

Field Producer/Director: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: Charlie is a man who was caught in the crosshairs of the investigation that captured Paul Bernardo. This is the story of his quest for truth, and triumph.



Red Road Lodge (2014)
Documentary / 34 mins

Director: Onalee Ames

Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: Red Road Lodge is the story of 2 fearless leaders in the community of Winnipeg making a difference in their vision to abolish homelessness in Manitoba. Their shelter based on art programs and community care is setting a new trend of success in caring for the homeless and we can only hope the world will embrace their ways and that we as humans can be inspired to do better and walk our own Red Road because this kind of care is only touching the surface of our problems in North America.



Perfect Sisters (2014)
Crime Thriller / 100 mins

Starring: Abigail Breslin, Georgie Henley, James Russo, Mira Sorvino

Director: Stan Brooks

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Damian Ganczewski

Executive Producers: Cathy Rollo, Tony Rollo, Stanley M. Brooks, Michael Rotenberg

Based on the book by: Bob Mitchell

Writers: Adam Till, Fabrizio Filippo

Synopsis: Tired of their mother's alcoholism and a string of her abusive boyfriends, two sisters plot to kill her.



My Awkward Sexual Adventure (2012)
Romantic Comedy / 98 mins

Starring: Jonas Chernick, Emily Hampshire, Sarah Manninen, Vik Sahay

Director: Sean Garrity

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Jonas Chernick

Writer: Jonas Chernick

Synopsis: To win back his unsatisfied ex-girlfriend, conservative accountant Jordan Abrams enlists the help of Julia - an uninhibited exotic dancer - to guide him on a quest for sexual experience, leading him into a world of strip clubs, sensual massage parlors, cross-dressing and S&M.



The Christmas Heart (2012)
Drama / 90 mins

Starring: Teri Polo, Paul Essiembre and Ty Wood

Director: Gary Yates

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Dale Cornick, Norman Denver, Patricia Heaton, David Hunt, A.J. Morewitz

Writer: Michael Heaton

Synopsis: When a teenage boy desperately needs a heart transplant on Christmas Eve, his family and neighbors' forty-year tradition of lining their quaint street with Christmas luminaries is put on hold. When his parents, Ann and Mike, pray for a donor on a stormy night, the neighbors suddenly realize their luminaries could have a deeper purpose.



Lucky Christmas (2011)
Drama / 90 mins

Starring: Elizabeth Berkley, Jason Gray-Stanford & Mitchell Kummen

Director: Gary Yates

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Howard Braunstein, Shelly Hack, Barbra Richardsen, Harry Winer

Writers: Sheri Davenport & Harry Winer

Synopsis: There does not seem to be sufficient time between the moment Holly and Max enter the house to the moment they discover the Christmas lights outside, for Mike and Joe to have put the lights up.


The Divide (2011)
Thriller / 100 mins

Michael Biehn, Rosanna Arquette, Michael Eklund

Writer / Director: Xavier Gens

Producer: Juliette Hagopian, Ross M. Dinerstein, Darryn Welch, Nathaniel Rollo

Synopsis: When a cataclysmic explosion devastates New York, eight strangers take refuge in the basement of their apartment building, a converted fallout shelter designed by their paranoid superintendent Mickey. With just three connecting rooms it’s barely big enough, but with stockpiles of food and water, the group are at least safe from the horrors outside, and they settle in and attempt to fathom the catastrophe that has ended the lives of so many of their loved ones.

With twists and turns throughout, and no way of knowing who will make it out alive, THE DIVIDE is an action packed psychological thriller that combines ‘Assault on Precinct 13’ with ‘Lord of the Flies’. To survive the end of the world, you first must survive each other...

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Official Selection: 2011 SXSW Film Festival

Foodland (2010)
Caper Comedy / 80 mins

Starring: James Clayton, Ross McMillan, Stephen Eric McIntyre, Kim Poirier, Aaron Merke, Jason Malloy

Writer / Director: Adam Smoluk

Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: Foodland follows a naïve grocery clerk, Trevor, as his life spirals out of control when he inadvertently helps his inept manger, Ian, rob the store. When the money is lifted off Trevor and Ian, they enlist the help of Glen, a slimy, incompetent detective, to retrieve the stolen cash. But events soon go awry and Trevor must now determine friend from foe, and get the cash back before it’s too late.


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Horizon Motion Pictures

Too Late To Say Goodbye (2009)
Crime-Drama / 95 mins

Director: Norma Bailey

Starring: Rob Lowe, Lauren Holly, Michelle Hurd

Executive Producers: Stanley M. Brooks, Jim Head

Co-Executive Producer: Damian Ganczewski

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Nicholas Tabarrok

Synopsis: The story of Jenn and Bart Corbin (Lowe); a couple who appear to have the perfect marriage. Wedded bliss, though, is not always what it seems, as Jenn discovers Bart’s affair with a beautiful co-worker. Distraught, Jenn turns to the Internet, where she makes a connection with a charming mystery man. When Jenn is found dead – apparently the result of a devastating suicide – her loving sister insists that Jenn would never have willingly taken her own life and left her children without their mother. Could the killer be her husband, who has some dark secrets of his own, or possibly her online suitor, who may not be exactly the person Jenn had imagined?

Everything She Ever Wanted (2009)
Crime-Drama / two-part mini-series

Director: Peter Svatek

Starring: Gina Gershon, Victor Garber, Rachel Blanchard, Ryan McPartlin

Executive Producers: Stanley M. Brooks, Jim Head

Co-Executive Producer: Damian Ganczewski

Producers: Juliette Hagopian, Nicholas Tabarrok

Synopsis: From best-selling author Ann Rule comes a tale of obsessive love, greed and murder. For their wedding portrait, Pat and Tom Allanson posed as Rhett and Scarlett as an homage to their Southern roots and dreams for a Tara-like plantation where they could rise through the hierarchy of the South Carolina elite. Less than two months later, their dream exploded in terror and murder when Tom was convicted of the gruesome slaying of his parents. Pat's own brother died in a puzzling suicide, her grandparents-in-law were poisoned and no one -- from her employers to her own children -- was safe when Pat Allanson didn't get her way. Inspired by a True Story.

The Capture of the Green River Killer
2008 / Crime-Drama / two-part mini-series

Director: Norma Bailey

Starring: Tom Cavanagh, Amy Davidson, Currie Graham, Sharon Lawrence, James Russo, James Marsters

Executive Producer: Stanley M. Brooks

Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: The Capture of the Green River Killer is the true story of the determined, nearly obsessive police Detective Dave Reichert (Tom Cavanagh - Ed, Love Monkey, Gray Matters), who used guile, wit and modern technology to hunt down and capture the most prolific serial killer in American history - the Green River Killer.

Told through the eyes of two young runaway girls, Hel (Amy Davidson - CSI:NY, Malcolm in the Middle) and Nat (Jessica Harmon -Black Christmas, John Tucker Must Die), The Capture of the Green River Killer is the haunting tale of life's mysterious journey, and of how the smallest of details can mean happiness or despair, life or death.


A Family Lost (2007)
Drama / 89 mins

Director: John Fasano

Starring: Cynthia Gibb, Nicole Muñoz, Zak Santiago, Leslie Easterbrook, Daniel Roebuck

Executive Producer: Stanley M. Brooks

Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: Valerie, and her diabetic daughter, Claire, survive a plane crash in the remote Alaskan wilderness during the heart of winter. Along with Marcus, the only other survivor, they desperately try to find their way back to civilization for food, water and insulin.

Back home, Valerie`s fiancée, Steve, races against time to find them as Marcus attempts to lead them to safety. However, Claire soon gets an uneasy sense that there is something terribly wrong here and nobody can be trusted.

To survive, they must battle the elements, escape a Grizzly bear, and flee from murderous criminals trying to recover a valuable microchip that Claire is unknowingly transporting.

Now, mother and daughter can only rely on each other.

Holiday Switch (2007)
Drama / 89 mins

Director: Bert Kish

Starring: Nicole Eggert, Patricia Mayen-Salazar, Bret Anthony, Brett Le Bourveau

Executive Producer: Stanley M. Brooks

Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Synopsis: Caught in the tedious normality of every day life, Paula sometimes wonders if it was a mistake to choose her real love, poor Gary, instead of her high school sweetheart Nick, now a rich business man.

Especially frustrated during the Christmas season, Paula wishes hard to trade places with Nick`s wife and miraculously her dream becomes true. Now however, she realizes that although she is rich financially she is far from being happy. Eventually her “dream” even turns into a “nightmare” as Nick betrays her and wants to divorce her. She has learned her lesson and all she wants is to get back her life with Gary. But is there a way?

Stryker (2004)
Action / 93 mins

Director: Noam Gonick

Starring: Kyle Henry, Deena Fontaine, Ryan Black

Executive Producer: Juliette Hagopian

Producer: Noam Gonick, Ryan Black

Synopsis: Stryker is the story of a brutal turf war between two street gangs in Winnipeg's North End. Omar (Ryan Black), the mixed-blood leader of the ABS (Asian Bomb Squad), dominates the ’hood with his crew of Filipino enforcers. His nemesis, Mama Ceece (Deena Fontaine), is the girl-thug leader of the Indian Posse. She has just been released from jail and is determined to regain control of her neighbourhood. "Stryker" is Canadian slang for a prospective gang member. This film follows one Stryker (Kyle Henry), a 14-year-old Native arsonist from a northern reserve whose arrival in the city serves as a catalyst in this fierce battle.

Official Selection: 2004 Venice International Film Festival

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