Lighthouse Pictures is a venture that specializes in producing genre and mid-to small-budget film and television projects. Industry leaders Shawn Williamson and Jamie Goehring helm Lighthouse Pictures. With over 150 productions in the past ten years, Lighthouse Pictures productions continue to be recognized. Year after year, Lighthouse projects have received industry praise with Canadian Screen Awards nominations and numerous Leo Awards wins including 5 Leo’s for “Best Picture”.
Lighthouse prides themselves on the quality of their productions and as a result has received industry recognition and awards. Most recently the overwhelming successful A Glusterfunke Christmas (SNL Alum Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer) won five 2022 Leo Awards. Other past productions include the Academy Award nominated writer of Nebraska, Bob Nelson’s directorial debut, The Confirmation starring Clive Owen, Maria Bello, Patton Oswalt, and Matthew Modine. For Netflix, the film 1922 is a story based on Stephen King’s novella starring Thomas Jane, Molly Parker, and Neal McDonough. Lighthouse Pictures also teamed up with Muse Entertainment and Hallmark for the successful Aurora Teagarden Mystery series starring Candace Cameron Bure, Marilu Henner and Yannick Bisson, among other notable actors. The Show, starring Giancarlo Esposito, Famke Janssen, and Josh Duhamel premiered at the South by Southwest (“SXSW”) film festival. Lighthouse also produced the original movie Cocaine Godmother, starring Catherine Zeta-Jones, Raúl Méndez and Juan Pablo Espinosa. With a production team that has decades of experience in the film business, Lighthouse is able to leverage their numerous relationships in the industry to provide the highest quality productions.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Every day I made tentative plans to return to Vancouver to join with you in the making of our movie, The Wishing Tree, but events overtook me and made it impossible. But I have been in touch with Terry, Jamie, and Professor Shore and viewed the dailies which in my opinion are extraordinary.
– Daniel Blatt,
Exec. Producer, The Wishing Tree