director & producers

lauraturek@videotron.caLaura Turek | Director / Writer / Producer

Laura Tuek

Laura Turek has worked in both documentary and fiction. Her recent television credits include; Mars Rising, a multi-million dollar behind-the-scenes look at the technologies and science that will transport the first humans to Mars; Buy Me, a lifestyle series for HGTV about the high stakes and stresses of buying and selling homes; Out in the City a docu-soap series for Life Network and Pride Vision and Women Warriors a series profiling female Olympic athletesfor CBC. Laura is currently directing What’s That About?, a look at what makes up everyday things we take for granted, for Discovery Canada.

Cherry Fruitbread, her first fiction short, won the Audience Choice Award for the Best Canadian Short Film at the Montreal World Film Festival in 2003. Best in Snow, her second short, was one of the scripts selected for production during this year’s Moc Doc’s competition and was screened at Hot Docs 2004 in Toronto where it placed runner-up Best Moc Doc of the festival. She is currently in pre-production on her latest short fiction film Man of the Family.

mguy@pmm.qc.caMalcolm Guy | Executive Producer

Malcom Guy

Malcolm Guy is a Montreal-based director/producer of documentaries and fiction films and is President and co-founder of Productions Multi-Monde. In 2004, he directed two feature-length documentaries, Rebel Music Americas (co-directed with Marie Boti), and Turbulent Waters (co-directed with Michelle Smith). He has also directed Pressure Point: Inside the Montreal Blockade (1999) (co-directed with Magnus Isacsson and Anna Paskal, -Best documentary, L'Association québecoise des critiques de cinéma), The Suit War (1997), as well as Moving the Mountain (1993) (co-directed with William Ging Wee).

Malcolm was executive producer of Cherry Fruitbread (2003) (Audience Choice Award - Best Canadian short film, Festival des films du monde). He has also produced When Strangers Reunite (1999), Modern Heroes Modern Slaves (1997) (Best documentary, Canadian Association of Journalists), and the feature film L'Oreille d'un sourd (1996).


Productions Multi-Monde

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