Company Profile

Sepia Films is a feature film and television production company that specializes in creating original, commercially viable feature films for the global marketplace.

Based in Vancouver, Canada, Sepia partners Tina Pehme and Kim Roberts have produced such diverse theatrical fare as 2018’s Anthem of a Teenage Prophet, starring Cameron Monaghan, Peyton List and Juliette Lewis; 2015's The Games Maker, a family adventure film starring Joseph Fiennes and Ed Asner; 2012's In Their Skin, a suspense thriller starring Selma Blair, Rachel Miner and James D'Arcy; 2010's multi award-winning A Shine Of Rainbows, starring Connie Nielsen and Aidan Quinn, a co- production with Ireland's Octagon Films, released by E1 and 20th Century Fox; Partition (2007), an epic love story set against the Partition of India in 1947, starring Jimi Mistry, Neve Campbell and Irrfan Khan released by Seville Pictures and Myriad Pictures; Civic Duty (2007), a critically acclaimed psychological thriller that screening at Tribeca and stars Peter Krause and Richard Schiff released by 20 th Century Fox; and Love On The Side (2004), a romantic comedy with a twist starring Jennifer Tilly and Dave Thomas, released by Screen Media and Equinoxe Films.

On the television front, Sepia Films have produced a variety of TV movies since 2012, including Perfect High about a high school dancer who gets hooked on heroin, starring Bella Thorne; Drink, Slay, Love, an irreverant teen vampire movie, starring Cierra Ramirez and Gregg Sulkin; and From Straight A's to XXX, the true story of Belle Knox, a young woman who turned to porn to pay her college tuition and became an overnight media sensation, starring Haley Pullos and Judd Nelson; as well as the highly- successful Nightmare franchise, which has grown to five films and counting.

Sepia has also produced a slate of acclaimed documentaries, including The Boy From Geita, which received a special screening at the United Nations, Keepers of the Magic a celebration of the art of cinematography, featuring interviews with John Seale, Sam Mendes and George Miller, and the globally-shot Hue: A Matter Of Colour.

Sepia's development slate includes Cry From The Sea, to be directed by Vic Sarin and the horror feature Pyramiden, among many other film and television projects.

Sepia Films is dedicated to producing a diverse range of quality entertainment for today's marketplace and to collaborating with like-minded international and domestic partners to bring great stories to the screen.