“Future Now” is an animated post-apocalyptic anthology-style web series featuring five factions battling to determine humanity’s destiny on an Earth beset by environmental, cultural, and economic disasters. “Future Now” takes some of today’s biggest “What If” science and technology questions, and uses them to weave a series of stories set in a world on the brink of collapse.

What If Kids is an educational web series for, and featuring, children ages 6-11. Each 4-6 minute animated webisode poses a fun hypothetical question, then explains the scientific principle(s) behind the answer in plain terms that children understand.

Are You Nuts?

Exploring the intersection of comedy and mental health, Canadian stand-up comedians reveal their history of depression, bi-polarity or anxiety, and how it’s impacted their lives and influenced their art form.

Water Witch is an animated children’s series set on the island nation of Coralia where Claire and her friends inspire a rebellion against a powerful mining company polluting their island.

The Northwest Passage

The Northwest Passage puts players in the driver’s seat of a 10,000 km voyage through the fabled Arctic route that has claimed the lives of many explorers before them.

Real stories about depression and anxiety transformed into animated games. Each gaming experience is based on personal stories from comedians who have suffered from depression.

An interactive story that immerses players in the history of Irish settlers harrowing journey across the Atlantic and crash landing on the Magdalen Islands.

Inspired by the classic 80s arcade game ‘Duck Hunt’, we present ‘Manhunt’. Using simple gestures, players propel rainbows at anti-LGBTQA+ figures to transform them into harmless and colourful creatures.

What If is the second most popular science show on YouTube & Facebook. Each episode asks a provocative hypothetical what if question and then tries to answer it with modern scientific theories.

Flub & Utter

In this award winning interactive documentry, Poet Jordan Scott shares his experiences growing up with a stutter. From the fears he faced confronting playground bullies and calling girls he liked on the phone, to the tender support he got from parents and teachers, Jordan’s stories explore the physical and emotional turmoil of his relationship with speech.

Canada’s Campfire presents two minute stories told by Canadians paired with the countries most artful animators.

Defuse pits you and your friends against a madman who has delivered an intricately designed bomb that you must defuse in 60 minutes or you die.

Ride along with the Canadian Tenors in this short animated film as they rally to make it the best holiday ever for their fans and families. An idea based on the classic holiday film “Trains, Planes & Automobiles”.


High Five Joe Carter

It’s the World Series, 1993, in Toronto, game 6 bottom of the 9th … and #29 Joe Carter hits one of the most memorable home runs of all time. Your objective in this game, jump on the field and catch up to your hero before security catches up to YOU.

Bleedback is a dystopian, sci-fi web comic series set in the year 2065. In this six-part series, dangerous AI are locked within a virtual world … and they’ve finally found a way out. By force, the Government recruits formerly blacklisted robotics expert Andrei to find the ultimate hack that will save humanity from prowling AI; if he refuses, his daughter will die at the hands of powerful villains.

Picking up where the movie Hellions left off, Book One: Inside the Horror Hospital, follows protagonist Dora Vogel on a lucid adventure where she navigates a series of deadly traps masterminded by vengeful hellions in hope of escaping eternal damnation.