CHORDUROY (kôrˈdə-roiˌ) 

1. CHORD - a harmonic set of three or more musical tones sounded simultaneously.

2. UROY - the last two sylables of the word "corduroy," which describes a durable cut-pile fabric, usually made of cotton, with vertical ribs.

CHORDUROY FILMS was co-founded by award winning writer and filmmaker, Dale Wolfe, who's career has encompassed screenwriting, festival recognition in cities like New York, Montreal and Chicago as a filmmaker, top rated broadcasting positions, and an acting career that has provided the opportunity to work with directors like Robert Redford, David Zucker and Tim Burton. He has had funding support from organizations like Telefilm Canada, the Canada Media Fund and Telus Storyhive. Chorduroy's flagship project is the feature film, WOODLAND, written and directed by Jon Silverberg and starring Richard Harmon, which had its festival premiere at the 2018 Whistler Film Festival and is scheduled for worldwide release in the fall of 2019.

CHORDUROY FILMS specializes in director-driven character projects, executing projects at every stage of production and on every platform, including film, broadcast, cable and digital. From developing new concepts, to writing, casting, producing, post production, and final delivery, we create stories that move audiences, deliver on time and on budget, and provide a solid business model for our partners and clients.