Feature Length Productions

THE FIRST LADY AND HER SUCCESSORS (2021)

The First Lady and Her Successors is a feature length documentary about women following in the footsteps of Mary of Nazareth. Production on the film commenced in July 2020 with principal filming in Vancouver and Ontario. Director-Producer Dr. Josephine Lombardi guided the film into post-production starting in January 2021. Our editing and marketing teams also spanned Ontario and Vancouver.  Kathleen Hoffmann edited the film and David LeRoss edited the trailer and promotional materials under the direction of Madonna Lee.  The film can be viewed at: www.josephinelombardi.com

Amazing Animals (2021)

Winner, Best Documentary – Calgary Independent Film Festival (2021)

Never work with animals or kids! “Amazing Animals” does both, in this touching documentary about animal conservation. Follow Jay and Viola as they discover what it means to be a conservationist in today’s increasingly urbanized world. 

David LeRoss was part of the filming team and editor of the feature and trailer; Gabreïl Spiegelscrift created the posters and motion graphics; James Malcolm mixed and mastered the sound for both the film and trailer. Produced by Guiding Star Entertainment.

Crisis in Care (2021)

Crisis in Care (2021) is a Guiding Star Productions film directed by David Hurford. The film examining the disconnect between government policies and the needs of old-age care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. David LeRoss was the cinematographer and editor on this film and edited the trailer for the film. Production took place in the Metro Vancouver area with a special emphasis on North Vancouver, the epicentre of the crisis in the care homes. 

Weed0nomics (2021)

Weed0nomics (2021) is a Guiding Star Productions film directed by Scott Allan.  This documentary exposes the shortcomings of cannabis legalization in Canada, and how many family farmers were left out in the cold while politicians got rich. David LeRoss was the cinematographer and editor on this film and edited the trailer for the film. Principal photography took place across the province of British Columbia, including Metro Vancouver and the Kootenay Region.


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