Galafilm Productions Inc.
For over 20 years, Galafilm has been at the forefront of independent film and television production in Canada. Founded and helmed by Arnie Gelbart, the company is synonymous with high-quality production values and built its reputation by producing cutting edge documentaries along with award-winning children's programming, features and successful television dramas, including Tripping The Wire starring Clark Johnson, Hunt for Justice: The Louise Arbour Story featuring Wendy Crewson, John Corbett, and William Hurt, Race to Mars, starring Michael Riley, Lothaire Bluteau, and Pascal Bussières, and Mordecai Richler's classic novel St. Urbain's Horseman. Galafilm's latest success is the multi-generational comedy 18 To Life.
Galafilm is a board member of the CMPA (Canadian Media Producers Association) as well as the APFTQ (Association des producteurs de film et de television du Québec).