Streamline Pictures is an independent film and television production company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Focused on creating quality, story driven content for both domestic and international markets, Streamline Pictures takes pride in partnering with both local and international producers, broadcasters, and distributors.
In addition, Streamline has a strong team of partners with expertise in entertaiment law, film financing, tax incentives, and international treaty co-productions.
Writer | Producer
Graem Luis is a Vancouver based producer and one of the principles at Streamline Pictures. He recently Executive Produced the award winning film Delinquent which was nominated for the Borsos Award and the Norman McLaren Award for Best Canadian Feature Film. Delinquent had a successful festival tour, and was acquired for North American distribution by Indiecan Entertainment.
After earning a Bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia in Theatre and Film, Graem studied Production Management. While studying, he also competed in swimming at the national and international level, captaining his university team to four national championships.
Graem recently produced Against the Grain, a documentary web series for Telus OptikTV, and he’s currently producing The Third Bandit, a crime thriller featuring Will Kemp (Van Helsing, Reign, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce), as well as the latest Marco Ristori film, Wreckage.
David I. Strasser
Film Director, Directors Guild of Canada
David is an award-winning film and television director based in Vancouver, B.C. and represented by Meridian Artists in Toronto.
His recent projects include the internationally distributed feature Delinquent (18), the Lifetime Movie Killer Body (18), and the feature-length romantic comedy The Dating List (19). Additionally, David has just completed principal photography on his third television movie, Just for the Summer (20).
In 2018, David was selected for the prestigious TIFF Filmmaker Lab, was a JETS participant at the 68th Berlinale, and was awarded the Telus STORYHIVE Banff Fellowship. His European co-production, The Omertà, was recently awarded development funding from Bell Media's Harold Greenberg Fund.
In addition to studying Film Production at Vancouver Film School, David has two degrees from the University of British Columbia, where he studied Psychology, Philosophy, and Law.