About Spell Bent Hidden away in the city of Toronto is an underground society of magical witches. They live in fear of being discovered by Carnifex, an ancient order of witch hunters. Non-magical residents or Voids are unaware of the battle being waged on their streets. Halley Highcroft, a young witch, goes on a forbidden…Details
Left to right: At the Owlet’s Wing – Jamie Hart as Killian Drake, Isaac Cunningham as Malchior Highcroft and Lory Mpiana as Halley Highcroft. We are excited to share the one minute teaser for our soon-to-be-released pilot episode of Spell Bent, just in time for Halloween! Over the past summer our team has been…Details
Darius Rucker performing at the 2017 One Horse Town in Moosejaw. 2017 was a very good year for me. Our multi-platform documentary for TVO, Little India: Village of Dreams premiered on Canada Day. The film was directed and produced by Nina Beveridge and I had the pleasure of co-producing, doing location sound and some…Details
UPDATE TO THIS POST: This production has now been renamed to SPELL BENT. Beevision Productions form new creative team to target short format digital story market. Powerful young healer Alice Highcroft teams up with the Guardians, a covert magical police force, to protect her community from evil witch hunters. In collaboration with…Details
Producers Nina Beveridge and Paul Hart would like to give a big shout-out to the amazing sound team that worked on “Little India: Village of Dreams”. Congratulations to Co-Composers Philip Strong and Thomas Hoy who are nominated for “Best Original Music, Non-Fiction”. We are getting excited to attend the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards dinner on March 6th!…Details
Composer Phil Strong, Sound Designer Alan Geldart and Composer Thomas Hoy attending the premiere of Little India: Village of Dreams. UPDATE: LITTLE INDIA VILLAGE OF DREAMS HAS BEEN NOMINATED FOR A 2018 CANADIAN SCREEN AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL MUSIC, NON-FICTION Notes on Composing for Little India: Village of Dreams – by Composer Phil Strong…Details
World Broadcast Premiere TVO 9:00 PM July 1, 2017 Little India: Village of Dreams will be available across Canada day after broadcast on tvo.org A storied Toronto South-Asian ‘hood serves as a metaphor For a New Canadian “next-generation” experience In Nina Beveridge’s Little India:Village Of Dreams TRAILER Once accurately described as “Little India,”…Details
By Regan Reid January 4, 2017 …”Beevision Productions’ Village of Dreams (pictured), directed by Nina Beveridge, who produced alongside Paul Hart, will go to air in the summer.” Producer/Director Nina Beveridge, Producer/Sound Recordist/Editor Paul Hart and Cinematographer Bongo Kolycius have had a busy year filming the Village of Dreams documentary in Toronto’s Gerrard India Bazaar.…Details
It is very cool to be nominated with Paul Hessell for a “2016 Canadian Cinema Editors Award.” Thank you to director Joel Stewart and the crew at CMT who produced “High Valley Home Movie.” This special follows High Valley as they travel from Nashville to their hometown, La Crete Alberta (800km north of Edmonton) to…Details
Village Of Dreams Development Trailer Beevision Productions in Development with TVOntario on “Village of Dreams & villageofdreams.ca” Monday, February 1, 2016 – Beevision Productions proudly announces a new development deal with TVOntario for Village of Dreams, a cross-platform documentary, in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. The film explores and reflects upon the dreams, desires and…Details
Another busy and diverse year of projects has flown by. Once again Corus Entertainment and director Joel Stewart kept me hopping in the edit suite and on the music front. First up for YTV was a special featuring the talented teen sensation Shawn Mendes. Another docu-concert for CMT featured “High Valley” returning home from Nashville…Details
In winter 2015 Beevision had the opportunity to work with an organization called Ve’ahavta (www.veahavta.org) to create an animated video describing the great work that they do. “Tikun Olam” is the Hebrew term for the Jewish belief that it is humankind’s duty to support God’s work by “repairing the world”. For Ve’ahavata, that means working to enact social action and social justice, both locally…Details
South and South-East Asia Documentary Film Research Website I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Dr. Camille Deprez about my father, Documentary Pioneer James Beveridge. Dr. Deprez is leading a research programme that “will explore the field of South and South-East Asia documentary film (including Hong Kong/Macau) as a historical and contemporary phenomenon. This…Details
It was great to travel back in time to the early days of my career, fresh out of University, when a group of enterprising artist-nerds, lead by Bill Perry, formed TCV (Toronto Community Videotex) to explore TELIDON technology. Our mission was to explore TELIDON and to share our knowledge with the artistic community. This lead…Details
Congratulations to Producer Joanne Jackson, Director/Producer Su Rynard and Impact Producer JoAnne Fishburn for running a dynamic crowdfunding campaign in indiegogo! We exceeded our target of $50,000! Nina Beveridge worked with the team to provide online support: designing web pages, community mobilization tools, indiegogo crowdfunding tools, strategies, newsletter design, twitter & facebook outreach and general campaign management.…Details
Rupert’s Land: The Promise of Canada Feature length documentary. We are seeking broadcast partners and financing for this project. A musically driven, coast-to-coast exploration of the people of pre-confederation Canada. Presented by the Cowboy Junkies, co-written with Andy Maize and Josh Finlayson of the Skydiggers with a selection of regional artists collaborating, this evocative musical and visual exploration of early life and…Details
Congratulations to director John Zaritsky and to Anne Pick and Bill Spahic of Real to Reel for making the first round into Hot Docs 2015! A DIFFERENT DRUMMER: CELEBRATING ECCENTRICS D: John Zaritsky | Canada | 2014 | 86 min | Toronto Premiere Oscar-winning director John Zaritsky celebrates eccentrics in this light-hearted but affectionate look at…Details
Congratulations to Linda Stregger and Barbara Barde at Up Front Entertainment for their 2015 CSA nomination for “Best Youth Non-Fiction Program or Series”.
This series was edited here at Beevision by James Yates and Paul Hart and is airing on TVO.
Nina Beveridge was Production Manager on the series.
I am excited to announce that The Ghosts In Our Machine, directed by Liz Marshall and produced by Nina Beveridge and Liz Marshall, has been nominated for four Canadian Screen Award categories. You can read more about it in Liz’s blog here. Though we did not win any awards, we were thrilled to be there…Details
This is the second Florida Georgia Line concert I have edited this year. Shot at The Capitol theatre in Toronto and directed by Joel Stewart. It is the premiere episode of CMT’s new series called “One Night Stand”.
For the past couple of years I have been fortunate to work with many talented people. Most projects have been for broadcast on CBC, TVO and just about every Corus Entertainment channel. The prolific amount of work has been quite amazing and I couldn’t have managed without the help of James Yates who has been…Details
It has been a blistering two years for Nina Beveridge, who has been working round the clock as a Producer with Director/Producer/Writer Liz Marshall on their cross media documentary THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE. After a successful premier at Hot Docs 2013 in which THE GHOSTS received a Hot Docs Top Ten Audience Award, the film…Details