About Us

About Us

Red Letter Films is a full-service production company working with a team of dedicated professionals ready to assist you and your productions. Based in the beautiful oceanside community of Qualicum Beach we are ideally located to service British Columbia's west coast.

Red Letter Films is dedicated to informing and stimulating conversation on subjects that matter.

At the helm of the company Sylvie Peltier and Greg Nosaty have been producing award-winning television documentaries in French and English for nearly 30 years.

Sylvie Peltier is a writer, producer, director and the founder and president of Red Letter Films. In addition to her diploma in Film and Television Studies from UBC, she holds a B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics and a Masters in Environmental Studies. She was the president of the Alliance des Producteurs Francophones du Canada (APFC) from 2010 to 2015. She has received many business awards and is passionate about mentoring artist-entrepreneurs. When not in the office, she can be found aboard her Hobie kayak plein air painting while her husband fishes.

Greg Nosaty began his career in the rock & roll world touring as a technician with Canadian music legends The Guess Who and Burton Cummings. He retired from the music scene to peruse his passion for storytelling as a documentary filmmaker which lead him to settle in British Columbia in 2002. Greg is an award-winning Director, Director of Photography and Editor. He has filmed, directed, and edited over 45 hours of compelling television productions for Red Letter Films. Including the award-winning true crime series The Program, Dark Waters of Crime and the documentary Demystifying Cannabis. Today when he isn’t globetrotting making documentaries he can be found on the lakes, rivers and coastline of British Columbia pursuing his passion for fly fishing.

Our Story

When Sylvie Peltier founded Red Letter Films, she worked primarily as a documentary director. After a while she was bitten by the Producer bug and with a number of talented collaborators, she moved on to more ambitious projects from docudrama to blue chip documentaries. It was while she was directing a project on blind people looking for love that Sylvie met Greg Nosaty for the first time. Two years later, they met by chance for the second time at Ikea and their professional and personal lives merged from that point on, making Red Letter Films what it is today.