About Us

Ezeqial Productions tells engaging, thoughtful, intelligent, offbeat and imaginative stories.

Founded by director + producer Zack Bernbaum, Ezeqial offers creative thinking with a practical approach. Our work captures rich aesthetics, authentic performances, and unique tones.

Ezeqial’s past films, AND NOW A WORD FROM OUR SPONSOR and COLD DECK, have played theatrically and sold internationally. Our latest film, THE DANCING DOGS OF DOMBROVA, is currently in post-production.

We are in development on a number of exciting feature and television projects  including CUT FOR STONE, which finished in the Top 50 of the Academy’s Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting.

Based in Toronto, Ezeqial works with production partners to create original films, television, and commercials for Canadian and worldwide marketplaces.

Ezeqial Productions is always interested in developing new projects and collaborations.

The Dancing Dogs of Dombrova

Feature Film | 2018

Cold Deck

Feature Film | 2015

And Now a Word From Our Sponsor

Feature Film | 2012

So Soon Forgotten

Short Film | 2009

OUTWARD BOUND CANADA – ‘DISCONNECT’

Commercial

Anastasia A – “I’ll Show You” (Cover)

Music Video

Spotify – ‘Commute’

Commercial

Spotify – ‘At Work’

Commercial

Pathways – ‘Give Graduation’

Commercial

Recent News

THE DANCING DOGS OF DOMBROVA ENTERS PRE-PRODUCTION

Ezeqial Productions is pleased to announce the feature film, The Dancing Dogs of Dombrova, is going to camera mid-January in Romania.

Starring Katherine Fogler (Seraphim) and Douglas Nyback (Syfy’s Incorporated), the film follows an estranged sister and brother as they travel to Poland at the request of their dying grandmother to retrieve an item from her past.

Zack Bernbaum is directing The Dancing Dogs of Dombrova from a script by Michael Whatling, based on a story by Bernbaum and Whatling.

The indie is produced by Bernbaum of Ezeqial Productions, with Adrian Moldovan of Refresh Vision and Stephen C. Whitehead also serving as producers.

EZEQIAL MAKES TOP 50 FOR 2015 ACADEMY NICHOLL FELLOWSHIP IN SCREENWRITING

Ezeqial Productions is thrilled to announce that Cut for Stone, a story created by Zack Bernbaum and developed through Ezeqial, is one of the Top 50 scripts in this year’s Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting.

7,442 scripts were submitted to the prestigious competition.

As part of a covert operation to provide medical aid to civilians in war-torn Syria, a headstrong doctor is captured while rescuing a gravely injured child. The struggle to free herself and save the girl will threaten her determination and challenge her convictions.

Written by Michael Whatling, Cut for Stone is currently being shopped to producers.

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COLD DECK JUST WRAPPED PRINCIPLE PHOTOGRAPHY!

Zack Bernbaum’s second feature film has just wrapped production. The film stars Stéfano Gallo, Paul Sorvino, and Robert Knepper.

Stuck in a dead-end job that can barely pay for his mother’s medical care, Bobby Locke’s (Gallo) only escape is poker. His skills at the table are put to the test regularly at ‘Scruples’, a club run by an enigmatic father-figure affectionately known as ‘Chips’ (Sorvino). Fed up with his lot in life, Bobby decides to seize the opportunity that arises when he is invited to a secret high-roller game, and along with his friend Ben, plots to rob these wealthy businessmen. Unfortunately, the game is presided by Turk (Knepper) who viciously sets out to get revenge. Now Bobby is caught up in a new kind of game, one that could threaten his very survival.

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Financing

Ezeqial Productions is able to provide development and production financing for both in-house as well as third party properties. With a focus on projects with international marketability and unique point-of-views, Ezeqial can structure its financial commitment to fit individual production requirements.

Zack Bernbaum

Director + Producer

Ezeqial Productions Inc.
110 Eglinton Ave W, Suite 400
Toronto ON Canada
M4R 1A3

416-560-5689
zack@ezeqialproductions.com

 

 

 

 

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