To create high quality, entertaining screen content that reflects the diversity of our world and effects positive change.
A Little About Our Company
MOSAIC ENTERTAINMENT INC. is a cutting edge, multi-platform, Indigenous female-owned entertainment company based in Canada that produces award-winning film, tv, and digital content for the world. With over 40 years of combined experience in the industry, Co-Founders Camille Beaudoin and Eric Rebalkin have led the company to produce and distribute countless hours of digital entertainment, nearly 100 episodes of television, three mobile games, and three feature length films all featuring a number of talented artists including Danny Trejo (Machete, Spy Kids), Colin Mochrie (Whose Line is it Anyway?), the late great Alan Thicke (Growing Pains), Adam Beach (Flags of our Fathers), and Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall, That 70’s Show). Mosaic’s reputation for great comedy is bolstered by their tv series’ including five seasons of the popular sketch comedy series CAUTION: May Contain Nuts (APTN) and four seasons of the comedy series Tiny Plastic Men (Super Channel). Tiny Plastic Men alone garnered three consecutive Best Comedy Series nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards. Other Mosaic accolades include numerous Canadian Screen Award nominations, multiple International Banff Rockies awards, International digital AWWWARDS, Alberta Film and Television Awards, and Canadian Comedy Awards.
Mosaic Entertainment's teen brand SPESCH, specializes in smart, empowering content for tween and teen girls. The first release under this new brand is the teen romantic comedy #Roxy starring Booboo Stewart (Disney’s Descendants, The Twilight Saga, X-Men Days of Future Past) and Jake Short (Disney’s A.N.T Farm), which recently won Best Teen/Tween Movie at the Kidscreen Awards, and Best Feature Film at the Alberta Film and Television Awards. Up next for Spesch is Anarchy Anderson, a fresh and funny half hour comedy series about the daughter of anti-establishment parents who is running for Class President at her high school.
In addition to supporting many industry and non-industry causes and charities, and donating many hours to training and supporting up and coming filmmakers, Mosaic Entertainment has been instrumental in supporting the growth of Girls in Film and Television (GIFT) founded by Mosaic CEO Camille Beaudoin. GIFT is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to addressing the need for gender parity and diverse representation on screen through hands-on learning and support.