Riddle Films is a Gemini Award-winning and Genie-nominated production company committed to making high-quality films and television. Helmed by producers Jason Charters and Liam Romalis, their work has played on television screens and at film festivals around the world, including VisionTV, Bravo!, PBS, CBC, YLE, Canal+, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival, the Rotterdam International Film Festival, and New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Productions include the documentary short Remembering Arthur Goss, the music series God’s Greatest Hits, the thirteen-part documentary series Sex + Religion, the Gemini Award-winning series Gospel Challenge, the Genie Award-nominated short film Noise and the Gemini Award-winning music documentary Carry Me Home.
Other productions include What Killed Joe Fisher? for the series Supernatural Investigator, Samba Squad: Drums We Love, Techniques 101: an online glossary of cooking techniques for FoodTV.ca, Evalyn Parry: Live at Lula and An Indigo Christmas with the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, distributed by Rhombus International. Collaborations include projects with cartoonist Ben Katchor, dancer and choreographer Danny Grossman, musicians The St. Lawrence String Quartet, The Banff International String Quartet Competition, singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn, jazz and gospel singer Dione Taylor and urban philosopher Jane Jacobs.