Paulus Works

FILM

  • Bolly Double, a feature film produced with Kickline Productions, 2007
    Director: Arun Bharali, Producers: Daniel Hill, Paul Russell
  • Back in ’93, a dramatic short, produced with Montefiore Films, 2007
    Director: Mark Montefiore, Producers: Mark Montefiore, Daniel Hill
  • Killing Time, Dramatic short, produced with Paradox Pictures, 2006
    Director: John Dawson, Producers: Liam O’Niel, Daniel Hill
  • Vivetics: Motion For Life, a series of instructional films on health, produced with Iambic Communications, 2005
    Director: Daniel Hill, Producers: Costa Kamateros, Paul Russell
  • Drift, an animated short produced with Haywire, 2005
    Director: Veronica Verkley, Producers: Daniel Hill, Costa Kamateros
  • Cockroach Blue, a dramatic short film, produced with Paulus Film Group, 2004
    Director: Robert Crossman, Producers: Robert Crossman, David Greene
  • Rhinoceros Eyes, a dramatic feature film, produced with Madstone Films, 2003
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eva Kolodnar, Jessica Levin
  • Cornered, a dramatic feature film, produced with Film Arts Entertainment, 2000
    Directors: Lee Broker, Robert Crossman, Producers: Daniel Hill, Lee Broker
  • Bed & Breakfast, a dramatic and animated short film, produced with Paulus Film Group, 2000
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Eric Novakovics, Daniel Hill, Robert Crossman
  • The Wager, a dramatic short film, produced with Paulus Film Group, 1998
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • Dead People’s Bums, a dramatic short film, produced with Paulus Film Group, 1997
    Director: Robert Crossman, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • Stress, a series of instructional films on health, produced with Scene II Productions, 1977-80
    Director: Paul Russell, Producers: Paul Russell, Elaine Ryan
  • Ticket to Adventure: The Maya, a half-hour film on the ancient culture of the Yucatan peninsula, produced with Herzog Productions, 1980
    Director: Paul Russell, Producer: Alan Small
  • Untamed World, a series of half-hour films on the natural world.
    80 films, produced with Peter Bachaus Films and CTV, 1974-79
  • Elements of the Unknown, a one-hour film for television on the mysteries of the sea.
    Produced with Scene II Productions, 1978
  • Lorne Greene’s Last of the Wild, a series of 16 films on nature, for television, produced with CTV. 1978
  • Untamed Frontier, a series of films on the natural world, produced with CTV, 1978
  • The Magic Circle, a one hour film on the history of New France, Images of Canada series, produced with CBC, 1973
  • Landmarks, a series of short films on the architecture of Ontario, produced with TVOntario, 1973-4

return to topCOMMERCIALS

  • Egyptian Art, an exhibition introduction film, produced with the Royal Ontario Museum, 2000
  • Dragon Tango, a dance video, produced with Bravo Fact! And the Royal Ontario Museum, 1999
  • Earth Exhibit, a promotional video produced with the Royal Ontario Museum, 1999
  • Agnus Dei, a music promotion video, produced with Warner Music Canada, 1998
  • Poster Child, a public service promotion, announcement, produced with Harrod and Mirlin, 1997

return to topMUSIC VIDEO

  • Maria Antonokas: Stars of Sparta, a music video produced with Bravo Fact! And Marquis Classics, 2006
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producer: Daniel Hill
  • Ron Hawkins & The Rusty Nails: Bite Down Hard, produced with Video Fact!, 2001
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producers: Tavia Charlton, Daniel Hill
  • Love Me Madly, produced with Bravo!FACT and the Wild Dog Choir, 2001
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill
  • Roaches, produced with Bravo!FACT and the Ontario Arts Council, 2000
    Director: Robert Crossman, Producers: Robert Crossman, David Greene, Daniel Hill
  • Spring Rounds, an animated music video produced with Bravo Fact!, 1999
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill
  • Water. Earth. Air, Fire, a music video produced with Bravo!Fact, 1999
    Director: Robert Crossman, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • B-12: ONE STEP BEYOND, a music video produced with Bravo!FACT, 1999
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill
  • Barry Callaghan: Medusa Among The Moochers poetry and music video produced with Bravo Fact!, 1998
    Director: Aaron Woodley, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • QUARTETTO GELATO: LA DANZA, produced with Bravo! and Marquis Classsics, 1998
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producers: Robert Crossman, Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • Maxim Vengerov: Meditation, a narrative music video produced with Warner Music Canada, 1997
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • Healey Willan: Faces & Moments, a music video produced with Virgin Classics and the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Toronto, 1997
    Director: Daniel Hill, Producers: Eric Novakovics, Paul Russell
  • ASAHI; THE TORONTO TABLA ENSEMBLE, a classical music video produced with Bravo Fact!, 1997
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producers: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • SCARECROW, a narrative film set to the music of Paganini, performed by James Ehnes, produced with Telarc International, 1997
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producer: Daniel Hill, Eric Novakovics
  • GOOD NIGHT, a narrative film set to the music of Henryk Gorecki, produced with Warner Music Canada, 1996
    Director: Drew Mullin, Producer: Daniel Hill

return to topSTAGE

  • Moon & June and Honeymoon: The music of Doug Randle, Old Angelo’s Cabaret, Toronto; Hamilton Place; Muskoka Summer Theatre and Cleveland Dinner Theatre, devised by Robert Jeffrey & Ron Ror (1973).
  • Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. With Warrack Productions, at the Bayview Playhouse. Toronto, Robert Jeffrey, Director (1974)
  • Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, at the Prince Hotel, Toronto and Sly Fox Cabaret, Ottawa, Robert Jeffrey, Director (1974)
  • Dames at Sea, co-production with Muskoka Festival, Harbourfront, Toronto, 1976
  • Games, in association with Marlene Smith, The Teller’s Cage, Toronto (1977)
  • Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, in association with Marlene Smith, The Teller’s Cage, Toronto (1978)
  • Noise and Smoke, in association with Podium Productions, at the St. Lawrence Centre, Toronto, Robert Jeffrey, Director (1980)
  • Robin For Good, a co-production with the Muskoka festival, Robert Jeffrey & Paul Russell, Directors (1985 and 1986).
  • Robin For Good, a co-production with the Sudbury Theatre Centre (1987)
  • Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Hart House, University of Toronto, Paul Russell, Director (1996-2005)

return to topPUBLISHING

  • Strange Elation: Essay on Architecture of Hart House
    University of Toronto, pub. Oct. 1999 (Paul Russell, Author)
  • Canadian Communities, by John Korinek
    An essay on community government. (Paulus Publication)
  • The Canadian Almanac Honours List,
    With Canadian Almanac Publications, Toronto
  • The Rosses of Embro
    A Privately Commissioned Family History (by Paul Russell with Robin Brass Studio)
  • The Queen on Moose Handbook,
    Essays on Canadian facts and figures, illustrated by Charles Pachter.
    With Methuen, Toronto
  • The Canadian Papal Tour,
    Illustrated essays on the Pope’s visit to Canada.
    With Methuen, Toronto
  • Toronto’s Top Ten,
    Essays on eccentric facts about Toronto.
    With Methuen, Toronto
  • The Canadian Royal Tour of Charles and Diana,
    Illustrated Journal of the Royal Tour.
    With Methuen, Toronto
  • The Beauty of Canada Series,
    Four Historical tour Books on Ontario, Quebec,
    The Maritimes and British Columbia.
    With Methuen, Toronto
  • Trivia; Inconsequential but Irresistible Facts About Canada
    Essays on Canadian Trivia
    With Gage, Toronto
  • The Great Canadian Quiz Book,
    Questions on the History, Geography and Culture of Canada
    With Gage, Toronto