The Filmmakers

David Rabinovitch, Producer/Director
David Rabinovitch’s films have received numerous honours including two EMMY’s, the Peabody Medal, and Canada’s Gemini for Best Director. His recent mini-series Secret Files of the Inquisitionhas been broadcast in more than 40 countries. David was formerly Vice President of Production at PBS station KCTS/Seattle.
David has testified before Congress in Agent Orange hearings (Politics of Poison), raised questions of human rights in China (Shanghai Shadows), exposed ambulance-chasing attorneys (Air Crash), corrupt televangelists (Gimme that Big-Time Religion) and internet sex predators (Cybersex Cop). Mini-series include The Perilous Fight, narrated by Martin Sheen (PBS), Crime and Punishment in America (PBS), and Hollywood Babylonwith Tony Curtis.

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Zara Rabinovitch, Writer/Associate Producer

Zara has worked in research and story development, writing treatments and developing independent productions. This is her first screenplay credit. Zara is a graduate of the University of British Columbia with a B.A. in Political Science and English Literature. She is currently writing a Master’s thesis on nationalism and ethnicity at the London School of Economics.

Watch Zara’s Video Interview


Ian Dimerman, Producer
Ian is the producer for Inferno Pictures, Harem Productions’ Manitoba-based partner. Previously Ian was market manager of the TV & Motion Picture Group for the National Bank of Canada, where he grew the loan portfolio from $10 million to $150 million in four years. He is involved in numerous complex international co-production financing structures and has developed relationships with film financiers all over the world. In 2005, Ian was executive producer of the feature documentary Midnight Movies: From the Margin to the Mainstreamwhich screened at the Cannes Film Festival and was the opening film at Silverdocs.


Enis Ozkul, Producer

Enis began his career in production as a driver on a German feature film in 1999. By 2006, with partner Arda Sengel, he assumed ownership of Dinamo-Istanbul, one of Turkey’s most commercial production houses. In 2011 they joined the worldwide Casta Diva Group. They have branched out into reality series with Survivor Arabia and a documentary series on Turkey and the E.U for CNN-Turk. Enis appears in THE SULTAN’S WOMEN in a cameo as the jewelry dealer.