Rhombus Media is an internationally renowned producer of theatrical feature films and TV drama. Since its inception in 1979, the company has released over 200 productions and has received literally hundreds of awards, including numerous Genies, Geminis, Canadian Screen Awards, several Emmys, and an Oscar. Some of the company’s more notable theatrical projects include Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould, The Red Violin, Last Night, Clean,Blindness, Hobo With A Shotgun, Antiviral, and Enemy. Rhombus’ more recent projects include Patricia Rozema’s Into The Forest, starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood; Paul Gross’ Hyena Road, starring Gross and Rossif Sutherland; Pedro Morelli’s Zoom, starring Gael García Bernal, Alison Pill and Jason Priestley; and Stephen Dunn’s Closet Monster, starring Connor Jessup and Isabella Rossellini. All four films recently had their world premieres at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, with Closet Monster taking home the prize for Best Canadian Feature Film.
For television, Rhombus is currently in post-production on the second season of its critically acclaimed series Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays for CBC. In addition to that, the second season of its Emmy Award nominated series Sensitive Skin, starring Kim Cattrall and Don McKellar, recently aired on HBO Canada. The company also produced the critically acclaimed and internationally celebrated Slings & Arrows, an 18-part multi-award winning series broadcast on TMN and Movie Central in Canada, the Sundance Channel in the US and a number of other networks around the world. Also well known for a rich variety of performing arts programmes, the company produced several International Emmy winners including Le Dortoir and Pictures on the Edge. Yo-Yo Ma: Inspired By Bach, a six part multi disciplinary series aired on BBC, PBS, ZDF, NHK, CBC and numerous other networks around the world, was a notable international success, receiving countless awards including the Prime Time Emmy and the Golden Rose of Montreux.