About Us

Infinity Films covers the spectrum from features and documentaries to television comedy, drama and variety. But whatever form a production may take, we are first and foremost storytellers. We are a writers’ company, always beginning with a singular dedication to compelling scripts then following through with the vision of outstanding directors, cinematographers, designers, and editors to produce the high-quality entertainment for which we have become renowned.

Since 1996 Infinity Films has been an award-winning producer of documentary, dramatic and variety television for Canadian broadcasters including CBC, CTV, Global, History Television, Bravo!, W Network, Discovery as well as international broadcasters such as BBC in Britain; ZDF in Germany; ABC in Australia and many, many more.  Infinity Films also produces non-broadcast film and video work for corporate and industrial clients, government and charities.

Infinity Films is dedicated to the quality presentation of compelling stories. This dynamic company has shaped its own destiny for more than 25 years by combining passion and practicality with a keen sense of story, budget and international appeal.


He has directed over 75 musical theatre productions across Canada including the top-three box office favourites at Vancouver’s iconic outdoor theatre, Theatre Under the Stars. In addition to his work on the 2010 Winter Olympics, he was also a producer/director or writer numerous events on the world-stage including the NATIONAL AND SPECIAL DAYS for EXPO 86, the OPENING CEREMONIES for the 1987 COMMONWEALTH CONFERENCE, the 1988 UNITED WAY KICK-OFF in the USA, THE CANADIAN BUSINESS HALL OF FAME AWARDS in Toronto and twenty-two years of the COURAGE TO COME BACK AWARDS in British Columbia. He recently directed the hugely successful MAMMA MIA for Theatre Under the Stars and the pre-pandemic and post-pandemic productions of STEEL MAGNOLIAS for Boone Dog Productions at the Nest Theatre and Metro Theatre. He also produced the wildly successful musical-comedy, NUNSENSE for Boone Dog Productions and Metro Theatre.

His work on film includes the documentaries: LEO’S JOURNEY: THE STORY OF THE MENGELE TWINS (narrated by Christopher Plummer); GUINEA PIG CLUB (winner of five Leo Awards and nominated for two Gemini Awards); LOVE & DUTY: CANADIAN RED CROSS WOMEN IN WWII (narrated by Catherine O’Hara); BEN JOHNSON, DRUGS & THE QUEST FOR GOLD (narrated by Kiefer Sutherland – Gemini Award Winner and New York Festivals Gold Medal Award winner); the performing arts specials: THE SWINGING NUTCRACKER starring Jeff Hyslop (Leo Award winner); WORLD CHRISTMAS featuring Jon Washburn’s Vancouver Chamber Choir; TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN and A JOYFUL NOISE starring Marcus Mosely; and CHASING THE TANGO HIGH. Television movies and feature films include: A CHRISTMAS WISH, starring Lindsay Wagner; ALMOST HEAVEN (Writers Guild Award nominee) starring Donal Logue and Tom Conti and THE MOVIE OUT HERE (FROSTBITE in the USA).

Television series include over 360 episodes of the daytime drama series SECRET LIVES; the youth drama series TOUGH TO BE YOUNG; THE JIM BYRNES SHOW; IMPROV COMEDY GAMES; DAWN WELLS’ REEL ADVENTURES which has recently become available on AMAZON PRIME; VILLAGE ON A DIET; DUST UP; and SAW DOGS. He was the Associate Director and Broadcast Liaison for the opening/closing ceremonies of the 2010 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES at BC Place Stadium and the writer and director of the 2010 OLYMPIC VICTORY CELEBRATIONS AND MEDAL PRESENTATIONS at BC Place Stadium. He produced and was the showrunner, for the first sixty-five episodes of the hit television series LOVE IT OR LIST IT VANCOUVER (LOVE IT OR LIST IT TOO in the USA). In 2016 he received a Canadian Screen Award nomination in the Best Director category for LOVE IT OR LIST IT VANCOUVER. He produced the Canadian Screen Award and Leo Award nominated documentary film, LOVE, HOPE AND AUTISM for the CBC and was the director and Executive Producer of the documentary series TITANIC: STORIES FROM THE DEEP, sold to over 40 countries worldwide and currently available in Canada on Hollywood Suite and in the USA on REELZ. For Hallmark Channel in the US and W-Network in Canada he has produced the MOW’s A LITTLE CHRISTMAS CHARM, PLAYING CUPID, MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT, A DICKENS OF A HOLIDAY and WELCOME TO MAMA’S. He is gearing up to produce, for Hallmark, CHRISTMAS AT THE GOLDEN DRAGON and to direct and produce, for Infinity Filmed Entertainment Group Ltd and North American Pictures, the Czech/Canada feature film co-production, UNQUIET DEAD.


Heading up the informal Eastern branch of Infinity Films, Theresa has been living and working in la belle province since graduating from Concordia University’s prestigious Film Production program in 1998. Producing credits include the feature films STEEL TOES, HANK AND MIKE and THE YEAR DOLLY PARTON WAS MY MOM; CTV MOW STICKS AND STONES, CBC doc LOVE, HOPE & AUTISM (nominated for both a Canadian Screen Award and multiple Leo awards) and most recently, the Leo-award nominated 2019 doc series TITANIC: STORIES FROM THE DEEP. In 2020, she produced TV movies A LITTLE CHRISTMAS CHARM and PLAYING CUPID for Hallmark in the US and Corus in Canada. And 2021 saw her produce three more films for Hallmark/Corus: ALL IS BRIGHT, A DICKENS OF A HOLIDAY and WELCOME TO MAMA’S.
Theresa has been working with Infinity Films since 2012, developing new projects as well as writing and directing Infinity’s corporate video projects for clients such as The Vancouver Resource Society, the Vancouver Chinatown Foundation and Coast Mental Health. She recently wrote and directed the company’s first virtual reality project entitled TITANIC: THE EXPERIENCE.

On the east coast, Theresa is a researcher for both story and talent on Pixcom Productions’ RESTORATION GARAGE for MotorTrend (seasons 4-8), casting researcher and writer for MY WORST NIGHTMARE for Blue Ant and is currently working as the Story Editor on a Amazon Prime’s first original French language series entitled PENDANT CE TEMPS EN CUISINE. She also works as a creative translator and writer for various Montreal production and distribution companies such as micro_scope, Galafilm, Encore International and Attraction.

Our Green Policy

Infinity Films is committed to offsetting carbon emissions from our productions. We are reducing the use of paper and paper products in our offices and on our sets. We embrace recycling and carpooling and encourage our employees to do the same.

When we are shooting outdoors we are very conscious of impact on the environment. We strive to leave each exterior location in pristine condition, with no evidence of our crew’s passage. In addition, our on-site craft services staff makes every effort to purchase from local vendors, reduce the use of plastic bottles and encourage recycling on set.

As for postproduction, we have embraced a tapeless digital workflow and continue to research ways to minimize the use of any toxic and non-recyclable materials.