In 2020, Cream Films was launched to focus on feature documentary, sports and music programming.
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Corey Russell in an award winning Producer whose credits include the critically acclaimed documentary, Rush: Time Stand Still, about legendary rock band Rush. Winner of a 2018 Canadian Screen Award, it was also narrated by Paul Rudd and directed by Dale Heslip (What If). He also produced a companion concert film, R40 Live which debuted at number one on the Billboard DVD chart. Other productions include Names on the Cup, a feature documentary about the history of the Stanley Cup, narrated by Kiefer Sutherland. In 2019, he produced Killing Patient Zero, about the true story of the AIDS crisis in America, directed by Laurie Lynd (Breakfast With Scot). It made its world premiere at the Hot Docs Film Festival. In 2020, he co-produced a feature documentary about 80s rock icons, The Go-Go's, directed by Alison Ellwood (History of the Eagles), which made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.