Colin Sheldon

Colin Sheldon

Producer in Calgary, Canada

About Colin

Producer from Canada.

Name: Colin Sheldon

Lives in: Calgary, Canada

Occupation: Producer


  • Ally Was Screaming

    Ally Was Screaming (2014)
    Film by Jeremy Thomas (Comedy and Thriller) Producer Two friends try to do the right thing. Seth (Giacomo Baessato) and Nole's (Charlie Carrick) pal Ally (Arielle Rombough) has just died. As they sort through her things, they find a winning lottery ticket - unclaimed and for a massive sum. Legally, Ally's abusive ex-husband is entitled to the winnings but the boys decide to keep the ticket out of his hands. There's just one problem. The executor of Ally's estate is her sister (Camille Sullivan), a stickler for rules. Written by Calgary International Film Festival

  • Fathers & Sons

    Fathers & Sons (2013)
    Film (short) by Justin Machnik (Drama) Producer After his abusive father passes away, a hardened son is forced to go through his childhood home and deal with the past he tried to forget. What he finds is not what he expects.

  • Trust Me

    Trust Me (2011)
    Film (short) by Colin Sheldon (Crime, Drama and Family) Producer, Director A dramatic video for the award winning 'Cops for Kids' program that is sponsored by The Impact Society and the Calgary Police Service. The video follows three teenagers as they deal with drugs, peer pressure, and crime.

  • Escape Routes

    Escape Routes (2010)
    Film (short) by Latonia Hartery (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A woman confined in, and shattered by, an abusive relationship finds an extraordinary escape route which is tied to her most terrifying childhood memory.

  • Dead Walkers

    Dead Walkers (2009)
    Film (short) by Spencer Estabrooks (Horror) Cinematographer Bounty hunter and gunman Jack Link has a knack for trouble, but when he stumbles into a town cursed with the undead, he might have bit off more than he can chew. Can he and his unlikely allies break the curse and make it out alive or will the evil in the old west consume them all? Written by Dead West Productions Inc.

  • Menace

    Menace (2008)
    TV Movie by Ken Girotti (Drama) Sound department A semi-fictional story about the shooting of four Canadian RCMP officers during a drug raid in Mayerthorpe, Alberta.

  • What Goes Around

    What Goes Around (2008)
    Film (short) by Jeremy Pollock (Crime) Producer

  • ParaSuicide Pact

    ParaSuicide Pact (2008)
    Film (short) by Sean K. Smith (Comedy) Cinematographer A dark comedy about an all female suicide death cult that isn't very successful at killing themselves and just keeps hurting themselves.

  • Tigers at the Gate

    Tigers at the Gate (2008)
    Film (short) by Nina Sudra (Comedy) Editor While attending an Indian wedding, Seema takes an expensive hotel room away from the wedding crowd, certain that it is the key to avoiding the people and the politics. Although her plan backfires, she comes to realize that she is a big part of her own critique. Written by Nina Sudra

  • Hush Little Baby

    Hush Little Baby (2007)
    TV Movie by Holly Dale (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Sound department A young mother suffers her worst nightmare -the drowning of her young daughter. Two years later, Jamie gives birth to another girl. After a series of suspicious accidents, Jamie becomes haunted by fears that her dead daughter's vengeful spirit has returned in her new baby. Is she right, or is guilt over her daughter's death pushing her sanity over the edge? Written by Anonymous

  • The End

    The End (2007)
    Film by Jeremy Thomas (Drama) Sound department, Producer, Cinematographer The End is a light hearted existential horror film about Joseph, a curious school teacher and Clara, his detective friend, who believes that his history of visions may help ensnare an elusive kidnapper. Half way into his mystery, Joseph has his most explosive vision, in a twist that turns on its ear our notions of conventional narrative cinema. Written by Jeremy Thomas

  • Don't Cry Now

    Don't Cry Now (2007)
    TV Movie by Jason Priestley (Drama and Thriller) Sound department Bonnie didn't rush when Joan, her husband Ross' ex, phoned to warn her that she and her daughter, Amanda, were in danger, but when she finally arrives she finds Joan stabbed to death. Bonnie and Ross now must take in Joan's children - Sam, who feels bitterly abandoned by Ross, and his flippant sister. Meanwhile Bonnie and police captain Kessler wonder who murdered Joan, why, and what part Nick, Bonnie's brother, had to play. Nick was recently released from jail and moved back in with their father. Written by KGF Vissers

  • Perfect

    Perfect (2007)
    Film (short) by Colin Sheldon (Drama and Sci-Fi) Producer, Director, Editor, Writer In "Perfect", Naomi, hurt from relationship failures in her past, retreats into her laboratory where she creates two humans to fall in love. What she finds is when she chooses to step out of her comfort zone and engage the world, it not only creates the possibility of pain, but of joy. Written by Colin Sheldon

  • Big City

    Big City (2007)
    Film by Djamel Bensalah (Adventure, Family and Western) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Badland

    Badland (2007)
    Film by Francesco Lucente (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Miscellaneous Crew An American soldier is unable to cope with the realities of daily life after he returns from his tour of duty in Iraq.

  • The Sunday Hold Up

    The Sunday Hold Up (2007)
    Film (short) by Sean K. Smith (Action) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Dinosapien

    Dinosapien (2007)
    Television (Action and Adventure) Camera and Electrical Department A tale about a girl who befriends a dinosaur in modern times at camp.

  • Decoys 2: Alien Seduction

    Decoys 2: Alien Seduction (2007)
    Video by Jeffery Scott Lando (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Sam, a college student in a small Northwestern town, reluctantly joins his roommates in a contest to see who can hook up with the most gorgeous co-eds by the end of the semester. But when men slowly start disappearing around town, he and his friends learn that when it comes to beautiful women, it's what's inside that really matters.

  • The Newtones

    The Newtones (2007)
    TV Movie by Justin Machnik (Family) Cinematographer

  • Out of State

    Out of State (2006)
    Film by Blaise Kolodychuk (Horror and Sci-Fi) Sound department Out of State is a psychological thriller about three people seeking to find the happiness of their past. Raymond is convinced he's from another dimension and must consume fresh human flesh in order to find his way back home. A pill-popping, mentally-ill young couple, January and Jeremy, embark on their own quest for happiness, which they hope to locate through the Tree of Reason. On their journey, they pick up a hitchhiker, Raymond, and the three soon find themselves in a mysterious small-town café, owned by a man seeking immortality. After connecting the disappearance of local women to Raymond's cannibalism, Detectives Cheenkaw and Beefart also head out to find him. Written by soylatte

  • Touch the Top of the World

    Touch the Top of the World (2006)
    TV Movie by Peter Winther (Drama) Sound department The story of the first blind man ever to reach the top of Mount Everest.

  • The Ron Clark Story

    The Ron Clark Story (2006)
    TV Movie by Randa Haines (Biography and Drama) Sound department 1998. Ron Clark, still relatively early in his career, leaves his stable life teaching at an elementary school in his suburban North Carolina hometown, the school where he is appreciated by both his fellow teachers and his students for his innovative teaching methods which results in raising test scores. Instead, he decides to look for a teaching job at a tough New York inner city school where he feels he can be more useful. He eventually finds a job at Inner Harlem Elementary School, where the students are segregated according to their potential. As Clark is white and "nice" looking, Principal Turner wants to assign him to the honors class, especially as Turner's job security depends on good test scores. Clark, however, wants to take the most disadvantaged class. He quickly learns that it will be a battle of wills between himself and his disruptive students to see who can outlast the other. But he also learns that he has to understand them, both individually and collectively, on ... Written by Huggo

  • The Song

    The Song (2006)
    Film (short) by Michael Peterson (Fantasy and Romance) Producer The Song is a true independent film partially funded by - and this could be a first in the Canadian film industry - a bottle drive. Michael Peterson's debut is about the late night happenings amongst the staff and patrons at a public library in downtown Calgary; specifically, the amorous effects that one song has on these individuals. Using some of the conventions of the music video by creating knowable characters through identifiable stereotypes, The Song isn't the kind of one-off piece that infects so many other low-budget films that rely solely on a build up to a post-hoc gag to propel all narrative momentum, rather it begins with the gag and lingers until the motive behind the act is revealed. Leaving us grateful that so many Calgarians were willing to part with their empties when Peterson's crew came calling. (Praire Tales 9, Program Guide) Written by Hank Chenez

  • Child of Mine

    Child of Mine (2005)
    TV Movie by Jamie Payne (Thriller) Sound department An Alberta small-town police chief officially finds no suspect in the bloody stabbing to death of 'working girl' Jane McGill. Her daughters are adopted two years later, trough his friend Alvin, by a London couple who don't qualify yet for a correct procedure. Grace, the eldest, behaves viciously to Tess Palmer, who gave up her psychotherapist job to become their full-time mother, yet as sweetly as her little sister to new father Alfie Palmer, a struggling entrepreneur, but aggressively too toward his son Charlie, from an earlier marriage, and his grandmother. Whe the strain on the marriage becomes unbearable, Tess takes Grace to Alberta to examine suspicions about a dark past arisen during written overseas contacts. Written by KGF Vissers

  • Six Figures

    Six Figures (2005)
    Film by David Christensen (Drama) Sound department Warner isn't sure how he got where he is, but he's not particularly happy to be there: mid-thirties, married, two kids, dead-end career in fund raising, cramped town house, old car, clothes slightly frayed around the edges. His latest job has landed him and his family in a boom-town where everyone else seems to have more than Warner - and more is what Warner wants. But it's not what he gets. Instead, the probation period of his job has just been extended; his wife, Claire, thinks her own job is in jeopardy as well; their entire savings are going towards a house that won't be big enough for them; and their four-year-old daughter, the preschool teacher tells them, is "a couple of beats behind" the other children. In fact, there isn't one part of Warner's life that's going the way he'd planned. But are his disappointments and frustrations powerful enough to trigger murderous anger? When Claire is viciously attacked and Warner emerges as the prime suspect, the answer might be yes. Now, as... Written by David Christensen

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