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Raven West Films Ltd. is an independent motion picture production company that focuses on the development and production of quality director-driven films. Through a festival platform and strong critical response, each of our projects has enjoyed wide international sales and continuous critical success in both foreign and domestic markets.

Feature films include,

  • THE LEARS, a comedy inspired Shakespeare’s “King Lear”, starring Bruce Dern and Anthony Michael Hall,
  • REHEARSAL, a comedic homage to Chekhov’s ‘The Seagul’, starring Bruce Greenwood,
  • BAD CITY, a tribute to 70s era Blaxploitation films;
  • NO CLUE starring Brent Butt, Amy Smart, and David Koechner;
  • SISTERS & BROTHERS, starring Cory Monteith which premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival;
  • REPEATERS, starring Dustin Milligan, Amanda Crew, and Richard de Klerk;
  • FATHERS & SONS, a festival hit, winning Best Film at the 2011 Edmonton International Film Festival and Best BC Film as chosen by the Vancouver Film Critics Circle;
  • COLE, which opened to a opened to strong critical response at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, and was awarded Best Canadian Feature at the 2009 Atlantic Film Festival;
  • MOTHERS & DAUGHTERS, which took home the Audience Prize at the 2008 Vancouver International Film Festival;
  • NORMAL, starring Carrie-Anne Moss which earned the award for Best Western Canadian Feature Film and the 2007 Vancouver International Film Festival and Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor (Callum Keith Rennie);
  • UNNATURAL & ACCIDENTAL, the winner of a Special Jury Prize at the 2006 Vancouver International Film Festival; the cult horror and festival favorite
  • SEVERED which was awarded a prize at the LA Screamfest;
  • EMILE starring two-time Academy award nominated Sir Ian McKellen (Lord of the Rings, Gods and Monsters);
  • LOLA (2002 Berlin, Sundance, and Toronto Festivals); and Raven West’s first feature
  • JOHNNY (Jury Prize 1999 Toronto International Film Festival, Golden Alexander Nomination 1999 Thessaloniki).