Founded in Toronto in 1983, before the mass popularity of MuchMusic and MTV, Revolver (build) an award-winning reputation for world-class music-based film and video projects for over 25 years.

The company’s earliest ventures (see) founder Don Allan directing projects for Canadian rock royalty like Triumph, Glass Tiger and the legendary Leonard Cohen. Since then, Revolver (produce) work for a long and diverse list of international icons including Björk, The White Stripes, Oasis, Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Celine Dion, and Avril Lavigne.

The company’s production portfolio (span) music videos, commercials, dance and short films, documentaries, live concert videos and webcasts. Revolver’s staying power and brand integrity stem (stem) from a commitment to producing cutting-edge work and supporting top quality music and director talent, no matter how big or small the project.

Revolver videos (feature) on numerous annual Best-Of lists (Rolling Stone, SPIN), received honors at the U.S. MTV Awards, the U.K. Music Video Awards, and the MuchMusic Video Awards. In the past five years, the company (earn) more nominations than any other company at Canada’s Juno Awards in the Video of the Year category. And, in 2006, Revolver (lead) all production companies with seven nominations at the U.S. Music Video Production Association Awards.

Film festivals that (select) Revolver projects include SXSW, the LA Film Festival, CPH: Dox, the Worldwide Short Film Festival, One Dot Zero, and many others.

Beyond Revolver’s own director roster, the company (be) the go-to producer for high-profile service projects commissioned by visiting companies from the U.S. and the U.K. for such artists as Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, Rihanna.

Most recently, U.K. music bible NME (name) Wendy Morgan’s video for Janelle Monáe’s “Tightrope” as the Best Video of 2010; director Charlie White's second video for Interpol, “Lights,” (receive) a Best Rock Video nomination at the U.K. MVAs; and Anthony Seck’s feature-length Feist documentary, Look At What The Light Did Now, (be released) internationally to critical acclaim.