Black Field

“A Brontë-esque tale of two sisters and the mysterious male who romances them both. Writer-director Danishka Esterhazy gets the feel of a rugged prairie life just right." - Variety

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Kyle Riabko: The Lead

Spring Awakening – New York’s hottest show. Groundbreaking. Tony award-winning. Starring a dynamic cast of astoundingly gifted young performers. And it’s about to be taken over by a kid from Saskatchewan.

Kyle Riabko: The Lead is a thrilling TV documentary following aspiring musician Kyle Riabko as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead r...

The Sharing Circle
The original concept behind The Sharing Circle was to share the centuries old understanding of spiritual balance between all of the Creators' creations and relate this understanding to contemporary life. The idea was introduced by my Grandfather and spiritual leader, Don Daniels, and has been an integral part of the show since the begging. Don Daniels is from Lon Plains First Nation in Sout...
APCMAs 2009
The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards 2009, hosted by Lorne Cardinal, honours the best in Aboriginal music from across North America as chosen by the people. This spectacular gala event features performances by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Wayne Lavallee, Sierra Noble, Crystal Shawanda and more!

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Educational Packages
Contact Léo at Century Street Distribution for information on our Educational Packages. 1-800-772-0368

About Us

last modified on November 24th, 2011

Century Street Distribution is a boutique distributor committed to distributing film and television projects that are compelling and entertaining.

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Wayne Sheldon

Wayne Sheldon

Wayne Sheldon established MidCanada Production Services in 1977 and his business has grown to become Manitoba’s largest independent production facility.

Throughout his career in the broadcast industry Wayne has worked as a film process technician, camera operator, producer, director, and executive producer. His work ethic and ‘never say no’ attitude is the backbone on which Midcan was built, and because of it he has established relationships with virtually every broadcaster in the US and Canada.

In 1999 Wayne teamed up with colleague Lisa Meeches, of Meeches Video Productions, to form Eagle Vision, a production company focusing on Aboriginal programming. Wayne’s work as an Executive Producer has garnered him many awards including multiple Gemini nominations.

At its 2003 industry awards show, The Manitoba Motion Picture Industry Association honoured Wayne with the Special Achievement Award, for outstanding contribution to the industry, and in 2007 Midcan celebrated it’s 30th year in business.

Wayne has built his company on principles of integrity, fairness and a commitment to excellence, and Midcan’s loyal clients keep coming back because of it.

Lisa Meeches

Lisa Meeches

As one of the most dynamic and respected Aboriginal producers in Canada, Lisa Meeches is an Executive Producer and the president of Eagle Vision Inc. and Meeches Video Productions, two Winnipeg-based production companies. She is also the Co-President of Century Street Distribution as well as the Executive Producer, Producer, and host of The Sharing Circle, which recently wrapped its sixteenth season. She is also Executive Producer of the Parent’s Choice award-winning children’s series Tipi Tales, which is currently airing on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Eagle Vision also co-produces movies for television and theatrical release. Recent projects include Walk All Over Me (2007), which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, Blue State (2006), the Academy Award-winning feature film Capote (2006) and the CTV movie-of-the-week Elijah, based on the story of Elijah Harper, which was nominated for four 2009 Gemini Awards, and won the awards for Best TV Movie and Best Writing in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series. As well, Lisa has executive produced a series of one-off documentaries, television specials and corporate videos. Among her numerous awards and nominations, Lisa has received the 2007 National Aboriginal Achievement Award for Media & Communication, the 2009 YMCA-YWCA Woman of Distinction Award in the area of Creative Communications, the 2009 University of Manitoba’s Excellence in Aboriginal Business Leadership Award and the Women in Film and Television-Toronto 2009 Crystal Award for Mentorship.
Lisa began her career in 1986 with the Winnipeg-based Native Media Network where she worked compiling radio reports for a native talk show. Her professional work experience then broadened to include news reporting for Craig Broadcasting Systems in Manitoba and Alberta. During her tenure at Craig, she established a liaison team who connected the newsroom with surrounding First Nations communities. Lisa studied broadcasting at Minot State University in North Dakota. In 2002, Lisa completed the Banff Television Festival’s Executive Program, honing her skills with some of the top names in Canadian production.
Lisa’s corporate mandate is to work on film and television projects that speak the truth and inspire humanity.

Kyle Irving

Kyle Irving

Kyle Irving is an award-winning feature film, documentary and television producer who oversees the development, production, sales, and distribution of television and film products for Eagle Vision, Meeches Video Productions, Big Blue Films and Century Street Distribution. Since 2002, Kyle has been in a producing capacity on an Academy Award winning film and over one hundred hours of film and television content for the Canadian and International market. Kyle was recently selected as one of Manitoba’s “Top 40, Under 40”.

Kyle recently delivered the documentary film, “The Lead,” to CTV and Bravo!. “The Lead,” is a one-hour Canadian TV documentary following aspiring musician Kyle Riabko on a journey as he takes a detour from his dream of becoming a rock star to take on the lead role in the hit 8-time Tony Award winning Broadway musical: Spring Awakening.

Kyle’s feature film production credits include, “Walk All Over Me (2007),” which had its world premiere at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. “Blue State (2006),” which had it’s world premiere at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City and, “Capote (2006),” which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture.

Kyle has produced two Canadian Television Series, “ The Sharing Circle,” and Tipi Tales.” He has also produced several one-hour, one-off documentaries, including: “Kyle Riabko: The Lead”, “Polygamy’s Lost Boys”, “The Final Word: The Road to CanSpell”, “The Spirit of Norway House”, and “Where Three Rivers Meet”. He is also the Producer of the music and variety specials “WeJoggin’06”, “WeJoggin’07”, “Celebrate” and “The Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards 2006 – 2009”.

Kyle is and has been a board member of several organizations.

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