“DREAMS ARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. YOU CAN’T DO IT UNLESS YOU IMAGINE IT.”
- Cameron Moll
- Cameron Moll
Universe Pictures; [yoo-nuh-vurs] [pik-chers] noun 1. to ignite and illuminate the totality of the human experience through the use of motion picture entertainment.
As a Canadian based Producer of motion pictures the company's producing team oversees the development of motion pictures from script to screen. Our producing team shepherds projects through all evolutionary phases, ensuring that each and every one feels true to its original source material.
Moreover, our team works across multiple platforms including feature films and television to keep everything working together within a single narrative timeline. The team combines fresh and innovative storytelling to inspire audiences of all ages.
To shape the world of tomorrow with the stories we tell today.
To tell compelling stories capable of collapsing stagnant mindsets. There is nothing more powerful than stories. Stories have the ability to shape our global culture, launch movements, shine light on important issues, transport us to thrilling new worlds, make us laugh, make us cry, open our hearts, and change minds. But most of all, stories inspire us. They inspire us to dream, to persevere, to overcome, and even to change the world.
In order to draw audiences into deep, emotionally resonant experiences, which convey the full range of the human experience.
Lights, Camera, Action! We create cinematic films through a creative process that moves and inspires audiences.
Our website address is: https://universepictures.ca.
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