Past Projects


Shot with the inaugural Canadian use of the ‘red’ camera, this old tale of love Lost and Found is eerily set in the backdrop of Toronto’s cold and dismal downtown TTC. In the wee hours of the night, strangers’ lives become intertwined after an engagement ring mishap.

Written by Alex McNally

Directed by Michael Kennedy

Starring: Ellen Dubin, Marcello Cabezas, Phil Williams and MJ Shaw

In association with macIDeas and Magnet Films, Seventh Stage produced this Bravo!FACT funded short with the assistance of the ACTRA TIP program.

“For a peak at the behind-the-scenes making of Lost and Found, check out Nico Saba’s doc at:


A story of jealousy and foodstuff. Kill Bill meets Aunt Jemima. Part mascot mirage, part Barbie ballet. A seemingly normal day in the fourth aisle turns into a battle of wits and wieners between two gallant grocery gals – over a man, a man named Billy, a man we dare not know. Will Beans get sauced by Spaghetti? Who is behind these schoolyard charades? How will this tale of canned good violence end? An exciting twist changes the picture, revealing The Truth – and mum’s the word.

Written by Bruce Hunter
Co-Directed by Michael Davidson and Bruce Hunter
Produced by Melissa-Jane Shaw, Kelsey Matheson, Michael Davidson and Bruce Hunter
Cast: Melissa-Jane Shaw, Kelsey Matheson, Libby Adams and Sandy Jobin-Bevans

Seventh Stage shot its first short film with the generous assistance of a Bravo!Fact grant and the ACTRA TIP program.

Grocery Mishap was one of four films nominated for Landmark’s “Little Big Films” competition!

Grocery Mishap has screened at many a festival, here are a few:
The Beverley Hills Shorts Festival in Beverley Hills from March 1st–4th 2007 (
Canadian Filmmakers Festival March 22nd-25tn 2007 (
Just For Laughs Film Festival in Montreal July 20th 2007 (

Grocery Mishap is distributed by OUAT Media (
For information on how to acquire our funny little film, please contact Gaelle at at 416.979.7380.