CEO and Executive Producer
Maïa Nadon-Chbib finished her bachelor's degree in Communication Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, during the year 2009. She started very young working on her father's movies and has not stopped since. In the last 5 years, she has been associate producer on many Oneira Pictures International films, including Drinking Games, Strawberries and Wine, The Wedding Murders, Silent Men, A Midsummer's Wake, The Making of ...Indie Television?, Life As It Is, Gabriel’s Trip, Murder in Rock Island and Life As It Was. Since opening her own film company in the winter of 2005, she has produced several projects that are currently in post-production; an 8-episode television series directed by Bashar Shbib and Jon Deitcher, Granite Forks, including a feature-length film by Adam Coleman Howard, Frauds in Love, and several new co-productions.
Jean-Philippe Fortin finished his Specialization in film production at Concordia University in Montreal, during the year 2011. Since joining the company in the fall of 2011, he has worked on and more recently produced several projects that are currently in post-production; including documentaries, fiction and co-productions. In the end of 2013, he directed his first feature length motion picture titled ''À propos du code''
Dr. Chebib is a retired professor from the University of Manitoba. He has been an active executive producer for Sunset Pictures since 2009. He settled with his family in Winnipeg in 1958 and is considered to be one of the original Muslim pioneers in Manitoba. Dr. Chebib’s involvement with the Manitoba Islamic community stretches for more than fifty-five years. He played several major roles as one of the founders and the first Trustee of the Manitoba Islamic Association and is credited for securing the seed money to build the first Mosque in Winnipeg. Professionally, Dr. Chebib is an outstanding scientist. In addition to his Canadian career as a professor at the University of Manitoba, he taught at other Universities abroad. He worked for ten years on the space shuttle, as a principle scientist in the Space Division of a major NASA contractor. He spent over 16 years as a consultant to major aerospace companies in the United States. Dr. Chebib can boast a lengthy list of some sixty scientific publications and books which he has authored or co-authored. He retired in 2005 and has dedicated his retirement years to help the Canadian students communities building bridges of harmony among themselves as the founder of the Canadian Federation of Bridge Builders.