Company: Sepia Films
Tina Pehme is a creative partner in Sepia Films, committed to making feature films that engage, entertain and resonate with audiences the world over. For the last 2 decades, Pehme has developed projects and relationships internationally through her extensivework on Canadian, US and International co-productions. Pehme’s background in production allows her to bring a hands-on knowledge of physical production as well as the ability to anticipate production needs in a variety of budget ranges and co-production scenarios. As a partner in Sepia Films, Tina has developed, consulted and produced for both film and television in Canada, the US, India, the United Kingdom, China, South Africa, Ireland and Spain.
In 2003 Pehme joined forces with entertainment attorney Kim Roberts and Director Vic Sarin with a mandate to focus exclusively on feature film production under the Sepia Films banner. Dedicated to making films that speak to a global audience, Pehme has produced such diverse theatrical features as Replicas (2012), a suspense thriller starring Selma Blair, Josh Close, Rachel Miner and James D’Arcy which premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Int’l Film Festival; 2010’s Canada/Ireland co-production A Shine Of Rainbows, starring Connie Nielsen and Aidan Quinn that premiered at the Toronto Int’l Film Festival and has garnered multiple international awards; Partition (2007), an epic romance shot on location in India starring Jimi Mistry, Neve Campbell, Kristen Kreuk and Irrfan Khan; Civic Duty (2007) a psychological thriller which also debuted at Tribeca starring Peter Krause and Richard Schiff and Love on the Side (2004) a romantic comedy starring Marla Sokoloff, Jennifer Tilly and Barry Watson.
Pehme also co-produced the feature music documentary And The Beat Goes On… (2009) an insiders look at the evolution of the superstar DJ featuring David Guetta Paul Oakenfeld, Danny Tenaglia and executive produced the one hour broadcast documentaries, A Journey of the Heart (2007) and So Many Colors (2010).
Pehme is currently in post-production on the globally shot feature documentary Hue, in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada and is in post-production on the television movie A Mother’s Nightmare, the debut for Sepia’s Television slate. In 2005 Pehme and Roberts also established development company Honalee Productions to handle their development slate and to facilitate post-production in house. Pehme continues to oversee slates.