Jeff Knoll

Jeff Knoll

Film.Ca Productions Inc.

Oakville, Canada

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About Jeff

Jeff Knoll is a Canadian producer of film and television/new media content. In addition to his work in production, Knoll is an elected member of his Town and Regional Municipal Councils and the CEO of a local 5-screen first run movie theatre. Jeff has been working in movie theatres and making films since he was 13. Now 52, Jeff acts as Executive Producer/Showrunner for his own productions most recently (Kid's Town in 2013 and Coming Distractions in 2017) as well as for other production companies (2nd Generation 2016, Walking on Sunshine 2016/7). Jeff is a member of the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) and the Canadian Academy of Cinema & Television.

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  • The Meaning of Life

    The Meaning of Life (2017)
    Film (Drama and Music) Producer A starving musician Finn Faber (Tyler Shaw) gets a temporary job as a therapeutic clown at a hospital entertaining sick kids. He is assigned a 9 year-old leukemia patient: Sophia Hill (Sadie Munroe). Finn soon learns that Sophia coming into his life was no coincidence, but an important lesson he needed to learn before making a big step forward in life.

  • Walking on Sunshine

    Walking on Sunshine (2017)
    Television (Drama) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Kid's Town

    Kid's Town (2013)
    Television (Family) Producer 12 year old Brian Russell is the new kid in town, again. As he navigates another set of unwritten rules of the school yard Brian finds himself tangled in the strings of small town politics when he clashes heads with the Mayor's son, the local press owners youngest, and the Librarian's pretty daughter. A family series as much for adults as their children, KID'S TOWN is about young love, friendship, small town civics, power struggles and the universal need to figure out one's place in the world. Written by Tomas Street

  • Why Wear a Poppy

    Why Wear a Poppy (2012)
    Film (Short, Drama and Family) Producer Short film dramatization of the poem 'Why Wear A Poppy' by Don Crawford. This film draws attention to the reason why we 'remember' our fallen veterans on Remembrance Day in Canada and why we wear a poppy in their honour. Our primary audience are young people who may not understand or have context why we must never forget. Written by Anonymous

  • Coming Distractions

    Coming Distractions
    Television (Comedy) Producer Cinema Six, a renovated independent movie theatre, keeps competitive while dealing with distractions by older equipment, small budgets, a not-so-modern building, odd customers, and unfair competition from a corporate theatre, MegaFilmPlex.

  • 2nd Generation

    2nd Generation
    Television (Drama) Producer Add a Plot »

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