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About Sixteen Films

Sixteen Films is Chris Remerowski and David Bratton. 

Producer /Director Chris Remerowski

Chris Remerowski is a graduate of the prestigious Cinema Studies Program at the University of Toronto. He has just wrapped production on his latest short film Peter and Jane Know Some of the Same People. Chris’s short drama Life on the River was an official selection at the 2011 Montreal World Film Festival, the 2012 Victoria Film Festival, The 2013 Phoenix Film Festival and the 2013 Canadian Film Festival. Chris’s other recent science fiction short film was an official selection at the 38th annual Boston Science fiction festival (2013) and the 2012 Roswell Science Fiction Festival.

In 2012 Chris directed Robert J. Sawyer in a series of openers and stand-ups for the second season of VisionTV’s Supernatural Investigator.

In 2010 Chris produced, wrote and directed a series of 20 two minute interstitials about the South Asian Community in Canada for VisionTV and ONE: The Body, Mind and Spirit and Love Channel called The Spirit of South Asia. Co-directed by Genie award nominee Richie Mehta and Gemini award winner Cyrus Sundar Singh, the series features guests like actress Lisa Ray (Bollywood Hollywood and Defendor) and choreographer Lata Pada. A one hour compilation of the 20 interstitials was an official selection at the 2010 Filmi Festival. 

Chris wrote, directed, produced and edited the independent feature film Sixty Days, in 2007.  In 2007 Sixty Days was the winner of the best feature film award at the Slackers Film Festival, an official selection of the Canadian Film Festival, an official selection at the Wildsound Film Festival (2008) and the recipient of the National Film Board of Canada’s Filmmaker Assistance Program Grant. Katrina Onstad (Film critic and columnist for the Globe and Mail, National Post, CBC Arts On line, Toronto Life, New York Times, The Guardian, Salon) called Sixty Days Intimate, Intelligent and well acted.

Co-Producer David Bratton 

David Bratton has produced or co-produced almost all of Chris’ independent projects. He’s helped develop TV series with several Canadian production companies and has worked as a production coordinator on feature Imax documentaries like The greatest Journey. David has also taught film production courses at the Prague Film School in the Czech Republic.

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