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This new series (leading produced by Shaftesbury and its digital company Smokebomb Entertainment) is aimed to inspire and empower girls to pursue their interests in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) subjects in school and in life. The project will be directed by Michael Seater, and star Anwen O’Driscoll and Star Slade. It is currently slated to have 20 three-minutes episodes, and is going to start filming sometimes this Spring.

Emerald Code follows 15-year-old Simone Lang who, after discovering web design and programming at summer camp, is amazed at everything she can create by herself with science and technology. Inspiring her friends to do the same, Simone and her pals soon realize that they have tons of ideas and inventions that can make their lives easier, more connected, and more fun. They navigate the complicated and confusing world of high school by learning new skills and exchanging ideas in order to create unique and useful tools. Soon, Simone and friends are solving problems, coming up with wild schemes, and most importantly, cracking the code to living an awesome high school life!

read more about the series here

The Canadian Film Fest youtube channel posted this video promoting the 2017 film festival. Towards the end of the video (1:11) and to the right, you can catch a glimpse of Michael.

On January 26, Michael Seater went to Canada’s 150th Anniversary In Pictures.

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This past Monday, Michael reprised his role as James Gillies on CBC’s Murdoch Mysteries. Below you can view the Making Murdoch and stills from the episode!

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Natasha Negovanlis (Carmilla) sits down with Michael Seater & Paula Brancati to chat about their new film Sadie’s Last Days on Earth. She tests whether or not they are good liars with a variation of Jimmy Fallon’s “Box Of Lies” game.

Scene Creek questioned Michael, Paula Brancati, and Morgan Taylor Campbell about the movie Sadie’s Last Days on Earth. Read Michael’s responses below:

Scene Creek: Where did you shoot the film?

Michael Seater: We shot at Etobicoke School of the Arts, which was the high school, where I went to high school, so it was pretty amazing. I never thought we would shoot there, and I wrote, like, the library scene, for instance. In the back of my head, the geography of how I wrote it was the library I went to high school in, all of a sudden, we’re filming there and I don’t have to change anything! It’s perfect. The club is one of my favourite bars in Toronto called Cold Tea, a small little place in Kensington Market. We brought in lots of Chinese lanterns, we tried to make it an extra funky place, even more than it is.

SC: How do you feel now that the world may, in fact, be coming to an end?

MS: I wanted to get to a place where the end of the world didn’t matter. What Sadie is trying to figure out is herself and finding acceptance within herself.

Read the whole interview here

Added recent social media photos of Michael to the gallery!

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On December 7th, Michael and Paula Brancati appeared on the radio show “Ward and Al” to talk about their movie Sadie’s Last Days on Earth. Listen to the full interview below!


Michael was on CBC Radio Q on December 8th to talk about his movie, Sadie’s Last Days on Earth. Listen to his segment below!

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