Toronto based Sparks Productions was founded in 1991 by Executive Producer Andy Crosbie. Sparks is one of the industry’s early practitioners of giving clients a wide variety of directorial talent to consider while working alongside trusted local producers and crew.
With transparency being one of the company’s corner stones, Sparks has developed through the decades a network of relationships with directors and other production companies around the world. It has also led to Sparks becoming known as a consistent and reliable provider of production services to foreign producers wanting to execute productions in Canada.
The company’s tenacious dedication to making each production succeed both on an artistic level and from a user experience standpoint, has given Sparks a positive reputation as a hospitable home for talented people and a safe place to nurture great ideas.
For over three decades Sparks Productions and its production teams have produced commercials in every part of Canada and for every type of client.
We pride ourselves on the volume of international work we have serviced on behalf of other production companies from around the world and we welcome the opportunity to become your production office in Canada.
From budgeting, casting, and scouting, to execution and an accurately detailed wrap, Sparks acts in the best interests of the companies that retain our services. Our office and our team become your office and your team. We’re also experts in immigration, travel and accommodation, and talent negotiations. We make available to our clients the preferred status with our vendors which we have acquired from our many years of operation.
Over the past thirty five years Canada has become rich in film resources. Toronto is the 3rd largest production center in North America and our on camera talent pool reflects the city itself as being the most ethnically diverse city in North America outside of New York. The Sparks team has worked in every corner of Canada from chasing icebergs off the coast of Labrador to capturing the life of indigenous people in Northern Alberta to filming a rhino an hour outside Toronto.