A Brand New You Wins Big

Not bad for a first feature shot in just 12 days with a budget of $20K. We were invited to 8 festivals on two continents, from Romania to Texas, San Francisco to the Bronx. And we won: Best First Feature, Best Feature Comedy and a Gold Remi for Dark Comedy. We were also nominated for Best Supporting Actor at Worldfest.


Getting Ready For Our Next Film

Now that A Brand New You has come home to Toronto and launched on Gumroad, we’re excited to be moving on to our next feature film project.  The new film is called Fucking My Way Back Home and will take Dangerous Dust in a very different direction than it went with A Brand New You. FMWBH (pronounced: “foombah”) is a drama with thriller elements. It takes place over the course […]


Rent or Buy A Brand New You!

Now that we’ve completed our festival tour and our Toronto premiere, you can watch A Brand New You from the comfort of your own home. We have launched our self-distribution campaign through Gumroad. You can rent the film for $4.99 or buy it for $14.99. It makes a great date movie and is even funnier if you get high and watch it with half a dozen friends. Only in those […]


Worldfest World Premiere

“A Brand New You” is slated for a world premiere at Worldfest in Houston, Texas! It has also been nominated for the Remi Award. What: World premiere of lo-fi, sci-fi comedy “A Brand New You” When: 47th annual Worldfest Houston, Sunday, April 6, 7:00pm Where: Flagship AMC Studio 30 Theatres at 2949 Dunvale in SW Houston click here for website  


New website!

Welcome to our new website. Special thanks to our web designer Ashley for all of her hard work putting this together (Yay Ashley!). There’s exciting stuff going on with our little production company and we look forward to sharing it with you. Keep your eyes peeled for more in the coming months. In the meantime, here’s what we’ve been up to.   A Brand New You: We’re approaching a rough […]


Interview with Bloor West Villager Newspaper

Our directors, Shawn & Kathryn, recently did an interview with the Bloor West Villager newspaper. Bloor West couple’s first feature film uses neighbourhood as backdrop  By Lisa Rainford Shawn Whitney and his wife Kathryn Palmateer are parents to four-year-old and three-month-old daughters, but they are eagerly anticipating the debut of their latest co-production, a feature-length film. Palmateer, a photographer and Whitney a development consultant and writer, wanted to pool their resources and […]