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Musivision Films


Musivision Films is an artist driven, full service film and music production company located in Montreal  Canada.

Founded in 2006 by Laurie Gordon, president of Musivision is a boutique production house working with icons of the animation world; animator Oscar nominee Ryan Larkin and Oscar winner Co Hoedeman and  three time Oscar nominee cult film Heavy Metal director Gerald Potterton. Laurie is also the director of  The Montreal International Animation Film Festival (MIAFF) sometimes referred to as Animaze.

Musivision produced documentary film  Ryan’s Renaissance (available in French and English versions) began production with partner CTV BelllMedia and broadcast on Bravo. MusiVision is currently in development with animation and feature films, including I Spy My Father about Laurie enigmatic father and a feature documentary film on animation director London born Gerald Potterton his short film High Flight.

Please email laurie [at] musivision  [dot]  ca OR musivisionfilms [at] gmail [dot] com for more information.

Musivision is working on brand new film projects for 2018. Watch this space



Video Exclusive: Harvey Weinstein with ex-NY Times investigative reporter AFTER she writes sexual harassment story

Sharon Waxman founder of The Wrap  at forefront, Harvey Weinstein and Tim Burton
Written by Laurie Gordon
Hollywood's culture of silence, dysfunction and enabling may finally be put to rest or come back up for air after this short commercial break brought to you by The Weinstein Brother (Hands Solo?).
How did Harvey Weinstein end up on a panel moderated by ex-NY Times reporter Sharon Waxman of The Wrap? Or better how did Waxman succeed in becoming the moderator for the panel headed by Weinstein considering she had written a scathing article in regards to Weinstein's sexual harassment back in 2004! The allegations against Weinstein and odd accounting practices by his production company Miramax, Waxman's article which was heavily edited by New York Times editorial staff resulting in Waxman's less than rosy discoveries on Weinstein's behaviour being laid to rest for another 13 years.
Article NY Times
Harvey Weinstein at Cannes Film Festival at Lexus sponsored emerging filmmakers event with Tim Burton           photo: Getty Images
The panel with Weinstein and Waxman seen here is
includes Tim Burton at the round table with five emerging filmmakers. Moderated by former New York Times reporter Sharon Waxman creator of The Wrap.  Filmed at Cannes Film Festival 2013 for Life is Amazing series presented by Lexus.
The panel with Weinstein and Waxman seen here is
includesTim Burton at the round table with five emerging filmmakers. Moderated by former New York Times reporter Sharon Waxman creator of The Wrap.  Filmed at Cannes Film Festival 2013 for Life is Amazing series presented by Lexus.

video of conference with Waxman, Weinstein and Tim Burton in video below.




The Times’s Executive Editor Responds to Questions About Earlier Weinstein Reporting


Some readers have asked us about a piece by Sharon Waxman, a former reporter for The New York Times who went on to found the entertainment news website The Wrap. Ms. Waxman writes that Times editors “gutted” a story she reported in 2004 on sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

Harvey Weinstein in January. The Weinstein Company announced his termination on Sunday.CreditChris Pizzello/Invision, via Associated Press 

Ms. Waxman’s piece was prompted by a Times investigation published last week that found that Mr. Weinstein had sexually harassed numerous women over nearly three decades, and that he had paid at least eight settlements to these women. As a result of the article, Mr. Weinstein was fired from his company on Sunday.

We asked The Times’s executive editor, Dean Baquet, to respond to Ms. Waxman’s allegations. Here is what he said:

I wasn’t here in 2004. But it is unimaginable to me that The Times killed a story because of pressure from Harvey Weinstein, who was and is an advertiser. After all, The Times is an institution that has published investigative reporting that caused our Chinese-language website to be blocked in China.

The top two editors at the time, Bill Keller and Jill Abramson, say they have no recollection of being pressured over Ms. Waxman’s story. And her direct editor, Jonathan Landman, suggested she didn’t have it nailed. The story we published last week took months of work by two experienced investigative reporters. It included the on-the-record accounts of numerous women who were harassed by Mr. Weinstein. It also included the fact that Mr. Weinstein paid settlements to keep women from talking. I’m sure Ms. Waxman believes she had a story. But if you read her own description, she did not have anything near what was revealed in our story. Mainly, she had an off-the-record account from one woman.


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