Stone Cold Productions Limited Business Plan
9 Culrain Crescent
Stone Cold Productions Limited is an incorporated company based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and an office in LA. dedicated to film development and production. Headed by Producer Hank White, it has been steadily making a name for itself in film production.
The years 2006-2014 have been very productive years for Stone Cold Productions Limited with film festival screenings of its first major feature film, CHARLIE ZONE, co-production ventures, and short films sold to the CBC.
We see the future as being even more promising, as the company expands in 2020 with its Feature “8:37 REBIRTH
in pre-production stage with Telefilm Indigenous Fund and APTN is written by the team of Joe LeClair and Hank White”, through Rebirth Films, followed by the feature films, Captain Cosmo, Bare Parts in development with Telefilm funding and assistance from Nova Scotia Culture and Heritage script development funding. And scheduled for late 2021/22
The Animation series Captain Beaver Tail and the Northern Defenders In development with animation company Conrad Comics.
Some recent highlights include:
Turned a short Zombi film shot in Cape Breton Nova Scotia
Jeffery’s Turn is also in Development with Telefilm as part of Hank’s Slate as part of the Aboriginal program and introduces Mi'kMaq Actor Glen Gould as Writer and mentored Producer plus we are grateful to Greenburg development funding.
Reservations for Three filmed in Beverly Hills California, Ex-Producer Hank White, Produced by Michael Mason Directed by Steven Bennett and edited in Toronto by Michael Mason
2014 Sailor Moon the Movie: Pretty Soldier Associate Producer, Directed by David Paritsky, NYC
2013 WISP- Executive Producer with Dream Front Entertainment. Low budget thriller Feature.
2008- FRACTURED- (drama- 15 minutes) premiered at the Atlantic Film festival and nominated for “Best short film from Away” at the Silver Wave Festival. FRACTURED has since been sold to the CBC, and broadcast on 9 April 2010.
2007 THE DECISION-- This short film produced by Stone Cold was purchased and is currently being distributed by Ouet Media, located in Toronto. Before its sale, it was very well-received in its premiere at the Silver Wave Film Festival in New Brunswick.
2006 Stone Cold Productions was Second Unit Producer for Quibo Films of Bermuda for the documentary WALKING ON A SEA OF GLASS- THE KINGSLEY TWEED STORY, which was broadcast in the United Kingdom as well as screening at many film festivals.
2005 CAB DRIVER- (comedy/drama) A 30 minute film dealing with regret and bad life choices.(this started the first Shadow Program) Shown at the New Brunswick Film Festival. This film has recently been purchased by the CBC for 2010.
Today, our level of activity has increased with the increased with the success of CHARLIE ZONE, budgeted at 1.20 million, and our plans for the new projects. Including a Television sit-com THE TALENT STORE.
DIVERSITY - "What's that person's point of view"
We firmly believe in the strength of diversity. Stone Cold Productions has prided itself in its integral role in the development of the Aboriginal Shadow training program. The Aboriginal Nations of Nova Scotia are under-represented in the film industry in Nova Scotia. On each film we have done, we strive to perfect the “Shadow Program.”
AMBITION - "We can and will do this!"
Each year as our experience grows so does our ambition. And we think this is a good thing--a very good thing.
The Future of Stone Cold Productions
“Unlike all the other art forms, film is able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.”
– Andrei Tarkovsky