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
"Dawson's Creek" - TV series
A snapshot of our film, television and music projects
CURRENT PROJECTS in DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION
"Cold War Hockey" Documentary - Summit Series '72 (more info coming soon)
"ROSALEE STATION" screenplay based on the best selling bookseries
"DARWIN'S DARLINGS" screenplay
"PUNJABI ICE" screenplay - family comedy
"STRANGE WAY TO LIVE" - stageplay
"I.M. James" - comedy feature film
Helen Parker (AKA Christabel H Parker) is an Australian writer and producer based in Canada. An award winning journalist and former Walkley Award Judge, Helen relocated permanently to North America in 2015 to further her screenwriting ambitions. Her first drama series "Punjabi Ice" was optioned by Bristow Global Media. She's written a post apocalyptic screenplay "DARWIN'S DARLINGS", which is now on The Blacklist. She's produced videos for Anthem, Blue Ant Media and CBC sports. Her career began in national television news working for ABCTV Australia on flagship shows such asThe National, Four Corners, and sporting documentaries. At just 24 she became became news Chief of Staff (9-NBN). She moved across to lifestyle television producing some of Australia's most popular television series (Network 9 & Network 7) and became a video journalist travelling the globe solo filing reports for Newscorp/FOX. She wrote the documentary Jamie's Journey for the Nine Network. Her career has taken her to peace-keeping zones with the Australian military, tea with the British Royal family, Moscow with the legends of The Summit Series and on special assignments with Qantas and Red Bull Extreme Sports and F1 Racing teams. She's chased down murderers, interviewed four Prime Ministers and filmed in three prisons. These experiences have inspired her stories. She studied Law at Sydney University and is a graduate of North Sydney's Film & TV School. Helen was raised on the edge of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park in NSW Australia and spent the bulk of her childhood in the spectacular rainforests there. Since moving to Canada she's become an avid snowboarder.
Carl Dixon is one of Canada's stellar singers and musicians having opened for Judas Priest's Screaming for Vengeance Tour and then Iron Maiden's Piece of Mind Tour in his breakout band Coney Hatch. He's also a published author "Strange Way To Live" 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 Carl's career moved into inspirational speaking following his unlikely survival from a head on 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 Coney Hatch and 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 where Carl and Helen first met.