ABOUT

About Radar Station Pictures Inc.

 Radar Station Pictures Inc. is an independent production company based in Toronto, Canada. Founded by partners with united production and distribution expertise, Radar Station develops and produces television programming that stands out from the crowd. The company’s projects include GRIM SWEEPERS a docusoap that follows a notorious crime scene cleaning company, NEVER ENOUGH, a feature doc on extreme collecting, DOWNTIME WITH BIZNASTY, reality series following NHL pro Paul Bissonnette and comedy web-series FRAMPTON AND BRAD GO FISHING. Film and TV projects in development include indie action feature HONESTY AND CRUELTY, directed by Alexandre Franchi and LOCO MOTO, a factual series following a South American custom motorcycle company.

JIM MAURO Co-President

Jim Mauro is a film and television producer with 15 years of production experience. Like many of his noteworthy peers he too started out as a movie theater usher. A graduate of the prestigious Norman Jewison Film Centre in Toronto he made his mark there as the 1st and only producer resident to produce 2 films concurrently during the program. Having worked from the ground up in film and television production the one time production assistant has steadily added production manager, producer and executive producer credits to his resume. Combining his experience with a background in Fine Art, Mauro is a rare breed, a creative friendly producer that understands the bottom line.

PAUL ZIMIC Co-President

Paul Zimic began his work in the movie business at the age of 14 working as an usher in his hometown movie theatre. He graduated from studying Communications at the University of Windsor and took a job in Toronto buying television advertising on behalf of film distributor, Twentieth Century Fox. Over the next 10 years, Zimic enriched his passion for movies by coordinating the international sales department for Alliance Independent Films and later moved to Communications Manager at the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television and eventually Associate Publisher with the infamous industry trade magazine, Playback. Zimic witnessed the true capacity of television while selling advertising and sponsorships for the CBC during the 2004 Summer Olympics Games.  In November 2004 Paul Zimic formed Grindstone Media, a film and television production and distribution company. Grindstone’s first feature co-production was Alison Reid’s 2009 comedy, THE BABY FORMULA and Zimic recently co-produced his first TV project, GRIM SWEEPERS, airing on Shaw Media.