Music credits film and TV:
"Tornado Hunters" - Netflix USA
"Degrassi" TV series
"Saddle Club" TV series
"Heaven Before I Die" feature film
"Baywatch" - TV series
"Jersey Girl" - feature film
A snapshot of our film, television and music projects
CURRENT PROJECTS in DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION
"Punjabi Ice" family comedy/drama series
"Cold War Hockey" Documentary - Summit Series '72
"THE SPARTICLE PROJECT" screenplay based on a thriller novel
"Precedent" documentary series
"I.M. James" - comedy feature film
Christabel (Helen) Parker and Carl Dixon specialise in creating screenplays, music for film, television and on-line series.
Christabel H. Parker was born and raised in the rugged Blue Mountains World Heritage region of Australia. She worked in Australian television as a broadcast journalist and television producer for eighteen years (She produced two number one series nationally for channels 7 & 9.) For six years she was a roving reporter for Fox Australia (Newscorp) travelling the world on special assignments. A former Walkley Award judge she began her career at the national broadcaster ABCTV news working on The National, Carlton Walsh Report, Tied Test, The Game is Not The Same and Four Corners. After studying journalism part-time at Deakin University she took up the role of television News Chief of Staff at just 24-years old supervising the 5th biggest newsroom in Australia (NBN3 Nine Network.) Christabel studied Law for three years at Sydney University (Barristers Admission Board) and is a graduate of the Film and Television school North Sydney. Christabel raised three children in Lindfield Sydney where she was based in TV work for 13 years. In her spare time she became a lobbyist for victims of serious crimes, who had few legal rights. She worked with VOCAL NSW to successfully push for legislative change to protect and support victims of crime. She also did a two year stint as a stand-up comedienne at live venues around Sydney and was featured on Fox-Tel. In 2015 Christabel gained permanent residency in Canada to further her writing ambitions in North America. She has a drama series under consideration with CBC, a documentary series with Corus. She's just completed her debut novel and screenplay "The Sparticle Project", a post apocalyptic thriller, the first in a trilogy.
Carl Dixon is one of Canada's stellar singers and musicians. He's also a published author and an inspirational speaker presenting across Canada and the USA. Carl's recorded albums under Anthem, Polygram labels. He was lead singer of iconic band The Guess Who for 8 years, hard rockers Coney Hatch for over 30 years and was in April Wine for four years. Carl has written songs for television and feature films including Netflix "Tornado Hunters", films "Heaven Can Wait" with Omar Sharif, and "Jersey Girl" . Other television music credits include: Baywatch, Degrassi, Saddle Club and more. He's signed to Anthem Entertainment who released his new album in 2018, which was submitted for Juno nomination 2018. His first book "Strange Way to Live" was published by Dundurn Press in 2015 and remains in Dundurn's Best Seller list. Carl's career moved into inspirational speaking following his miracle survival from a shocking car accident in Australia. That traumatic event left him with 50 serious injuries and extensive titanium implants in his head, arm and legs. Carl was literally hit in the head by a flying car, suffered severe head trauma and survived to tell the tale. Miraculously Carl still sings and plays as a solo act; he also tours with former members of The Guess Who playing to theatres and festivals. He performs with more heart and skill than ever. He's listed with Canada's National Speaker's Bureau, Key Speakers in the USA and Celebrity Speakers Australia.
Diamond Films is based in the peaceful woods of Algonquin Highlands Ontario, Canada.