Reviews

3 Reviews
Sort by:
Filter by Rating:
Crisis (1997)
10/10
This movie was produced by Anthony Towstego
7 February 2002
This was the first feature film shot entirely in Saskatoon, Canada. The dedication of Anthony Towstego to his goal of producing this film in Saskatoon was enviable. This production marked the start of the film industry in Saskatoon and was instrumental in training of many people new to the industry. This training has been the groundwork for the beginnings of many of th production companies now in Saskatoon. Check out ther examples of Anthony's work "Without Malice", "Murder Seen" and "Canada Remembers 2000" Keep up the good work. Tom
3 out of 14 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
Without Malice (2003 TV Movie)
10/10
One of Rob Kings best works
18 December 2001
This film shows the Canadian North in Mid Winter. The Plot and the scenery keep you watching to the end. The determined Ranger finds the proof and just on time. The cast and crew endured cold windy weather (-30C) in a secluded winter area to bring this to screen. I enjoyed every aspect of this movie from beginning to end.
5 out of 8 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
Murder Seen (2000 TV Movie)
10/10
One of Rob Kings best works
18 December 2001
As I watched this production unfold in Downtown Saskatoon I was not sure what the result would be. I was pleased and enjoyed the film very much. It has a cast that put a great deal of effort into their roles and appeared to enjoy the film they were working on. The City of Saskatoon went far out of their way to help this production and it shows. The combination of Rob King(director) and Anthony Towstego (Producer) is a powerful thing. Keep up the good work. I'm proud to see this industry working in Saskatoon.
0 out of 3 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink

Recently Viewed