Although a new company, Type One's founder and Producer, Daniel Domachowski, has been creating stories since 2002. Born in Vancouver, BC, Daniel started off in the industry merging his passions for art and storytelling as a Designer, and later Creative Director & Producer at the brother-sister creative agency, Domogeneous, where he honed his skills in marketing, advertising, branding and art direction.
Collectively, our shorts have screened in over 100 festivals including TIFF, Austin, Encounters, Sitges, Fantasia, Toronto After Dark, Pifan and have participated in Telefilm's prestigious 'Not Short on Talent' program three times with Kevan Funk's DESTROYER at Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival, Mark Ratzlaff’s BEAUTY MARK (MPPIA Award Winner) and Scooter Corkle's POUR RETOURNER at Cannes Film Festival which also had its world premiere at Tribeca and was picked up by the CBC for broadcast.
Our debut feature film, BLOODY KNUCKLES, from writer/director Matt O'Mahoney, had its world premiere at Fantasia Film Festival and continued its run at some of the most prominent genre film festivals including Morbido Fest, Ravenna Nightmare and Buenos Aires Rojo to name a few. The film also won Best Picture and Best Screenplay at Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival and was picked up by Raven Banner Releasing and Artsploitation for USA.
In the Winter of 2014, Daniel was brought on to Line Produce the Western Canadian portion of THE PEOPLE GARDEN, which starred Dree Hemingway and Pamela Anderson. The film was produced by Dan Bekerman, Coral Aiken and written and directed by Nadia Litz. Daniel teamed up again Daniel Bekerman to come on board the oscar nominated Juanita Wilson's second feature film TOMATO RED, an adaption
of Daniel Woodrell's (WINTER'S BONE) novel of the same name. The film starred Golden Globe nominated Anna Friel, Julia Garner, Jake Weary and Nick Roux and was produced by Ireland's prestigious Octagon Films.
Our next film, partnered with Telefilm Canada and Tabula Dada Productions is Kevan Funk's debut feature film HELLO DESTROYER which was based on the short of the same name and developed at the TIFF Talent Lab going on to win the honourable mention in the RBC Emerging Filmmaking Award.
Type One is committed to developing Stories of all mediums and for all platforms and strive to discover unique and irreverent voices for a great story to tell.
BC offers a labour-based tax credit to qualifying productions, which provides a fully refundable corporate income tax credit of up to 53.5% (FIBC) of the wages of British Columbians hired for the Story. Additionally, the production may receive an additional labour based tax credit of 17.5% for all post-production activities with the DAVE tax credit. The above noted provincial incentive is stackable with Canada's Federal Tax Incentive which is 25% of qualifying Canadian labour expenditures.
Production Services Tax Credit is a labour based tax incentive that provides refundable tax credits to Canadian or international film + television production corporations.
Film Incentive BC is a labour based tax credit that provides refundable tax credits to encourage Canadian controlled film + television production