Since our inception, Kelly, Iva, Tamar & Sasha have been focused on building a sustainable and inclusive film & tv industry in Canada.

A female run production company based in Toronto, Ontario. Our small but mighty team reflects the fabric of Canada. Our executive team is made up of Black females, immigrants as well as first generation Canadians. Our senior leadership team is made up of folks from the LGBTQ2+ and BIPOC communities. A fabric that in 2020 is still not reflected in Canadian media.

We came together to make change in the Canadian industry in both diversity of content and sustainability for the artists. Many talented Canadian artists move south in hopes of a sustainable film career and our goal is to help create and keep these creatives in Canada.

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Co-Founder, Director + Writer

A dedicated director, writer and activist striving to solidify her mark amongst the film industry’s finest.

Kelly’s promising career is steadily on the rise. A self titled afro diasporic impact filmmaker, she uses film to change perspectives, create healing and share powerful stories. She leaves every project she touches impactful and makes sure that even if in a small way it changes the world.



Co-Founder + Producer

Iva Golubovic is a Toronto based Producer. Over the past 5 years of her career her focus has largely been short form content; namely music videos for artists including: Daniel Caesar, Jessie Reyez, Alessia Cara, 88 Glam, Johnny Orlando.



Co-Founder + Producer

With the success of her short film The Night Session ('14), Tamar organically shifted into producing. Her work on the award-winning short Haven ('17) as well as Marathon ('20) and Black Bodies('20) ignited a passion to produce more stories about and by women of colour through Sunflower Studios.

Sasha Leigh


Co-Founder, Director + Producer.

Sasha Leigh Henry is a Toronto-based Filmmaker. Her film  Bitches Love Brunch ('18), starring Karena Evans, has played at festivals internationally and led to the development of an original comedy series about a millennial black woman navigating adulthood with an imaginary best friend.