Corporate Info
Deboragh Gabler
President & CEO
legacy@legacyfilmworks.com 

Executive Assistant 
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Rose Collins
VP, Sales/Distribution & Business Affairs
rcollins@legacyfilmworks.com

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About Us

Deboragh Gabler

In 1996, Deboragh Gabler founded Legacy Filmworks Ltd. to create critically-acclaimed, financially successful movies for the international marketplace.  Since then, Legacy’s films have garnered four Emmys, a George F. Peabody Award, a DGA Award, a Lifetime Prism Award, a Movie Guide Award and numerous film festival awards. 

Fifteen years later, Legacy Filmworks is one of the most respected film production and distribution companies in Canada, with over 60 theatrical features, TV movies and series to its credit.  All of Legacy’s productions are financially profitable and have been distributed worldwide, partnering successfully with private investors, networks and studios. 

Legacy has just embarked on its first animated film, “The Clockwork Girl”, partnering with Arcana Comics to establish Luximation Films, starring Alexa Vega, Jesse McCartney and Carrie-Anne Moss. Post production is being completed on “True Justice”, starring Steven Seagal. Also recently completed, “Circle of Pain” and “Beatdown” for Lionsgate; “Dancing Ninja” for CJ Entertainment and “A Dangerous Man”, starring Steven Seagal for Paramount.

Legacy Filmworks provided production services for “Vampire” starring, Kevin Zegers, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Amanda Plummer, Trevor Morgan, Adelaide Clemens, Yu Aoi, Kristin Kreuk and Rachel Leigh Cook. The film was written and directed by Shunji Iwai and premiered in 2011 at SundanceBerlin Film Festival and will be premiering at Cannes

In 2009, Legacy produced several films including, “The King of Fighters” (Maggie QRay ParkSean Feris), “The Break-Up Artist” (Amanda Crew, Ryan Kennedy), “Web of Desire” (Dina Meyer)“Sight Unseen” (Tracey Gold) and “What Goes Up” (Hilary DuffSteve Coogan) 

 In 2008, Legacy received a Prism Award for film, “My Name is Sarah”, starring Jennifer Beals. Also produced were, “Dancing Trees”, starring Brooke Burns and “Paparazzi Princess”, starring Amber Hay, as well as a feature film for Sony, starring Angus MacFadyen.  Legacy also produced, “All the Comforts”, a sit-com for the CBC, with partners Paul Flaherty and Tom Nursall.

 With experience in development, production, film financing and distribution, Legacy has an excellent reputation with studios, broadcasters, investors, government agencies and lending institutions in Canada and around the world.

Legacy has produced many feature films and television movies over the years.  Included among them:

Bang, Bang, You’re Dead (Ben Foster, Tom Cavanaugh); Silver Wolf (Roy Schneider, Michael Biehn); The Wednesday Woman (Meredith Baxter, Peter Coyote, John Heard); The Whole Shebang (Bridget Fonda, Stanley Tucci , Giancarlo Giannini); Neverwas (Ian MacKellan, Nick Nolte, Jessica Lange, Alan Cumming, Brittany Murphy, William Hurt); Heaven’s Fury (Joanna Pacula, Nick Mancuso); The Miracle of the Cards (Catherine Oxenburg, Kirk Cameron, Thomas Sangster); Kill Me Later (Selma Blair, Max Beesly); Y2K (Louis Gossett Jr., Malcolm McDowell);  The Bad Son (Catherine Dent, Tom MCBeath); Unthinkable (Michelle Forbes, Gary Chalk);  Christmas on Chestnut Street (Kristen Dalton, Robert Moloney); The Accidental Witness (Natasha Gregson Wagner, Currie Graham); Amber’s Story (Elisabeth Rohm, Teryl Rothery); Shattered Image (William Baldwin, Anne Parillaud); FBI: Negotiator (Elisabeth Rohm, Chandra West); The Suspect (Jamie Luner, Adrian Hough); Supervolcano (Michael Riley); The Rev (Jo Marie Payton, David Leisure).



 
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