The year is 1996. Five years after the Romanian Revolution, people are still hungry, oppressed, and sickened by the way in which the country is run by Communist party cronies. Young Romanian men start leaving in droves, resorting to any means possible to reach America. Most often, this amounts to stealing away on a container ship.
What if Alice Munro wrote a period ghost story? The English Child is the answer: a Victorian ghost story set on the shores of Lake Huron near Goderich, Ontario, in 1897. A taut psychological thriller, The English Child features two strong female leads; like The Orphanage or The Others, it will be a thriller for the ages.
Eric Pateman, Canada’s leading ambassador of Canadian cuisine and a storyteller for hundreds of small artisan food companies, farmers, fishermen and foragers, is known to bring together chefs and influencers from all aspects of the culinary world all around the globe. Edible Planet is an unscripted limited series which aims to bring Eric’s unbridled dedication to uncovering what feeds us with striking visuals and exciting journeys to all corners of the world.
Royal Canadian Geographical Society Explorer in Residence, George Kourounis, is a Canadian adventurer and storm chaser who specializes in documenting extreme weather and worldwide natural disasters and is the past host of four seasons of the Angry Planet show broadcast on OLN in Canada and the Travel Channel worldwide. Wild Media, in conjunction with Los Angeles based GRB Productions, producers of Emmy Award winning Intervention, Next Action Star and Growing up Gotti, is in development on a reboot adventure travel series hosted by George, aiming to pick up where Angry Planet left off.
The Dogs is an edge-of-your-seat psychological thriller about a boy and his mother on the run from an allegedly violent husband and father. In his latest novel for teenagers, Canadian writer Allan Stratton constantly ramps up the tension and wrong-foots his readers, so that up to the final moment we are left wondering who and what to believe. It is dark, atmospheric and clever.
A group of strangers awaken aboard an alien spacecraft. Divided, they will die. Together, they will find a way home.
“Project Ithaca is the psychological thriller you didn’t know you needed.”
WildFX is a boutique visual effects studio that offers a range of digital VFX services for film, TV and commercials under the leadership of visual effects veteran Jeff Bruneel.
Wild Media Entertainment (Vancouver/Toronto) produces premium film and television content for a global audience.
Feature Film Production
Wild Media Entertainment seeks to option, develop and exploit proprietary assets as either stand-alone features or as part of a slate structure. Wild Media recently completed its first feature film: Project Ithaca, a sci-fi genre film distributed in the US by Saban Films and in Canada by Raven Banner Entertainment. Wild Media is gearing up for its 2nd and 3rd feature film in 2020.
Wild Media has several properties in various stages of development, most notably being an unscripted series tentatively titled Edible Planet with Vancouver based serial entrepreneur and Executive Chef Eric Pateman and a travel/adventure series hosted by extreme adventurer and explorer George Kourounis (Angry Planet) in conjunction with Los Angeles based GRB Productions.
The ‘second-screen’ will play a key role in the development of Wild Media’s properties. Starting in the writer’s room and continuing through to production, innovative strategies will be embedded in the operational and creative processes to deliver an interactive 360 degree experience to the viewer.
Wild Media Entertainment seeks to leverage its properties for lucrative ancillary markets in consumer products such as toys, books, video games and graphic novels.
Whether your project needs creative solutions or technical fixes, WildFX, led by Oscar and Emmy nominated industry veteran Jeff Bruneel, provides superior results at affordable rates for clients working in film, television and commercials.