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Click here to download it. See-Saw Films is an independent production company dedicated to producing internationally renowned feature films and visual media productions. Based in London and Sydney, See-Saw Films brings together producers Emile Sherman and Iain Canning whose feature film credits include "Control", "Candy", "Hunger" and "Disgrace". Emile Sherman is one of Australia's leading producers whose films include Berlin competition film "Candy" starring Heath Ledger, Geoffrey Rush and Abbie Cornish, Toronto FIPRESCI Prize winning film "Disgrace" starring John Malkovich, award winning stop motion animation film "$9.99" and, as co-executive producer, Golden Globe nominated "Rabbit Proof Fence". Emile was the recipient of the "Independent Producer of the Year Award" at the 2009 Screen Producers Association Australia (SPAA) Conference. Before forming See-Saw, Iain Canning oversaw production, sales and acquisitions for Becker International and executive produced Anton Corbijn's "Control" and Steve McQueen's "Hunger", both of which have taken prizes at Cannes Film Festival. Iain has worked on films from leading directors including Terry Gilliam, Neil LaBute, John Curran, Michael Caton-Jones and Roger Michell. See-Saw Films has a first-look deal with Momentum Pictures in the UK and a film finance/equity deal with Paramount Pictures. See-Saw also works closely with sister company Transmission Films, an Australian/NZ distributor. See-Saw Films has a co-development deal with Buckland Films in which Buckland Films works with See-Saw to co-finance the development of See-Saw's slate.