Operating in Montreal since 2007, Possibles Média is the production arm of producer Serge Noël, who has produced six theatrical feature or television series in the last ten years. His last two feature productions have respectively won Best Canadian film (CLOUDS OVER THE CITY) and the Special Jury Prize (MISSING VICTOR PELLERIN) at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in Montréal. He also worked on the feature coproduction France/Canada FATIMA which was unveiled in the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes 2015.
Possibles Média aims to produce nationally and internationally relevant drama, deep-seated in the complexities of contemporary societies. Possibles Média is mostly dedicated to director-driven films and trans-media work.
Independent Producer and former ABC Television journalist Trish Lake specializes in feature films and documentaries. Trish is the managing director of Freshwater Pictures, based in Brisbane, Australia. Her credits include FRACKMAN, a feature documentary, produced with partners Smith&Nasht and Aquarius Productions – FRACKMAN was selected for Good Pitch and has been released theatrically in Australia through the cinema-on-demand web platform, TUGG; SHOW ME THE MAGIC, seen in cinemas and on ABCTV; MY AMERICA, selected for competition at Sydney Film Festival and recently released by Film Buff in the US; THE BURNING SEASON, selected for competition at Tribeca Film Festival, and a winner of Best Documentary at the Australian IF Awards; RARE CHICKEN RESCUE a previous winner of Best Documentary at Sydney Film Festival, and the feature film SUBDIVISION, directed by Sue Brooks and distributed by Walt Disney Studios and Denmark’s LevelK
While her films have won numerous nominations and awards, Trish herself won the prestigious SPA Feature Film Producer of the Year Award, for her award-winning first feature, GETTIN’ SQUARE, which was directed by Jonathan Teplitsky, written by Chris Nyst and co-produced by Freshwater Pictures, with Mushroom Pictures and Working Title.
Trish is an Adjunct Fellow at Griffith University in Brisbane where she leads a mentor program for emerging producers at Griffith Film School, and where she is also doing post–graduate research.