One of three commercial spots created for Piller’s Fine Foods wherein we asked our family and friends what home means to them. Here’s what they had to say.
While on their way to sign divorce papers that will finalize the end of their marriage, car trouble leaves Jill and Aiden stranded in the middle of a parking lot. With a fifteen minute wait until roadside assistance arrives, Jill and Aiden are left to fill the time together. Still unwilling to give up on them as a couple, what unfolds next are a series of funny, and bittersweet moments orchestrated by Aiden to win Jill back before CAA arrives to return them on the road to divorce. With only fifteen minutes left to salvage his marriage, every second counts.
Fairy tales–fairy tales, by now you’ve heard them all. Of magic beans and big bad wolves, of adventures both big and small. But there’s one such story that’s rarely told, a tall tale that few recall. Of a boy and a bear in Canada, who met after an unfortunate fall. Of Oliver and Twist, of a toy that’s left to roam. Of wonder and whimsy…and the very hard way home.
I Kill Monsters is a fictional dramedy/horror web series that chronicles the strange and often unbelievable adventures of Go and his team at G&B Monster Agency, a low rent monster hunting business. Legitimate to some but frauds to a growing many, Go, Piper, Voice-Box and Luke are seen as scam artists and social outcasts to almost everyone in the town of Bith County. But when more and more monsters appear and terrorize it’s citizens, Go and his team of rag tag “Monster Killers” become Bith Counties only hope.
God help us.
For 14-year-old Andy, life is getting difficult. He seems to be falling into all life’s little potholes. Luckily, he’s got a best friend like Shelley, who is always there to remind him that no matter how bad things are, there’s always an upside. Andy & The Upside chronicles the universal experience of teenage hood as lived by two misfits growing up in the suburbs of Canada. The show includes the everyday fears, humiliations and little triumphs that come along with adolescents.
Gorilla Milkshake Productions is an independent film production company formed in 2007 by award winning filmmakers Neil Huber and Desmond Sargeant, specializing in the production of music videos, commercials, short films, feature films and web series.
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A native of Brampton, Ontario, Desmond is an award winning Canadian filmmaker, whose work has screened locally and internationally. A graduate of the prestigious Media Arts program at Sheridan College, Desmond was the recipient of the “Red Green Award” for best student of the year during his second year in college. Desmond first began his professional career as the head script reader for literary agent Glenn Cockburn, at Meridian Artists Talent Agency. He has since served as a story editor, providing script revisions for numerous independent features. In recent years, Desmond has aligned with veteran Executive Producer, Al Magee,(“Little Mosque On the Prairie”, “Trailer Park Boys”) to produce several award winning web shows, including Webby Award honoree “Andy and the Upside”, as well as write and develop the comedy series “I Kill Monsters”. Desmond is the co-founder of Gorilla Milkshake Productions, a production company specializing in music videos, commercials and web content. Desmond has recently been selected as one of eight screenwriters in Canada to be a part of the 2015 WGC/Bell Media Diverse Screenwriters Program.
A native of Waterloo, Canada, Neil attended the Media Arts program at Sheridan College where he accepted the Most Outstanding Graduating Student Award in his final year. After graduating, Neil worked as the Producer of Web and Special Projects at Magee TV, a television production company founded by Al Magee, where he helped in the production, post-production and design of such projects as The Smart Woman Survival Guide, Everyday Exotic, Superstar Hair Challenge, The Men, and Night Chef (Winner – 2011 Banff International Pilots Competition – Entertainment Programs). Outside of Magee TV, Neil focused on a career as a director and editor, becoming one of the joint partners of Gorilla Milkshake Productions, which, over it’s short exsistence, has produced the award winning short films Patient and Guys Night, the web series Andy and the Upside (15th Annual Webby Award Official Honoree) and the YFF award winning horror/comedy I Kill Monsters (2012 Best Digital Media).
Most recently, Neil directed his debut feature film, Let’s Rap, for Landed Entertainments Inc.
Gorilla Milkshake would like to congratulate our very own Desmond Sargeant on being accepted into the WGC/Bell Media Diverse Screenwriters Program! The program, in its fifth year, is designed to bring new voices and perspectives into the writers’… Read More
Check out the new music video from Playdeaf‘s new single “Inconvenience Store”, directed by Gorilla Milkshake’s own Desmond Sargeant. You should probably watch it multiple times and then share it with all of your friends.
I Kill Monsters has taken home the Best Digital Media award at the 2012 Yorkton Film Festival. Magee TV and Gorilla Milkshake would like to thank the Yorkton Film Festival for this honour and our entire cast and crew for the… Read More
Hey Everyone, Gorilla Milkshake recently produced some spec spots for Yamaha through Poptent. Check them out below and if you feel so inclined, be sure to “like” and share them. Thanks, Gorilla Milkshake (Neil and Desmond)