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Nicholas Tabarrok - A Profile

by Dale Pierce

August 2005

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An actor-turned producer, Nicholas Tabarrok is presently based out of Toronto, Canada, though he has recently expressed an interest in extending or expanding into the United States. Operating Darius Films, he has been involved in a multitude of different behind-the-scenes activities, bringing new films to light.

Nicholas might best be known for his work with Cloud Ten in bringing various Christian/Horror films to light, some titles of which are noted in articles on Gordon Currie (click here !) and André Van Heerden (click here !) in the archives here. His commentary also appears on the DVD releases/special features for a number of these projects and in several of them, he also plays bit parts.

Though erroneously branded a Christian film producer, he is far from it and with his own company, has created a number of different films in varied genres. Though neither particularly religious nor troubled by being labeled as such by some, he has been working to break away from the image of a religious producer, thanks to a list of new products, far from the Left Behind-series.

On one of the burners, waiting to see the light, is Forget About It, a cartoon series evidently capitalizing on The Sopranos, where a group of mafiosos in the witness protection program, move into the suburbs, with some insane results. Hopefully this will see daylight soon.

Also helping to break away from the Christian mold would be Tabarrok's production of The Life & Hard Times Of Guy Terrifico, just recently released on DVD. A mockumentary in the tradition of This Is Spinal Tap, this fake documentary/dark comedy deals with the supposed career and staged death of a drunken Canadian rockabilly called Guy Terrifico. Kris Kristofferson and other real rock and country singers make cameos as themselves, adding credibility to the product. Incredibly, there have been some fools out there who fail to realize this is satire and actually think Guy Terrifico is a real person, whom they have never heard of until now. People are strange.

Utilizing sex, drugs, rock and roll, a liberal use of the word fuck in the script and so on, certainly makes this a breakaway from the end-times/Jesus is coming soon series for which he is best associated.

Though just recently hitting the market, Guy Terrifico has picked up a great deal of steam, has been seen in numerous film festivals and may well become a cult classic as time goes by

Information on The Life & Hard Times Of Guy Terrifico as well as other Tabarrok productions may be obtained at http://www.dariusfilms.com, which is the webpage for his company.

Darius, incidently, is derived from Tabarrok's middle name.

A visit to the site reveals how versatile he has been, not always with due recognition, as a producer. "Nobody ever writes fan mail to a producer," he once remarked in an interview for a now closed German webpage, when asked about the reactions fans have to him. While they tend to lurch all over actors, actresses and directors, the money men behind the films remain just that, behind the scenes. Seldom are they placed into the limelight, though on occasions apart from this article, Nicholas has been there. He has in fact, given numerous newspaper and radio interviews, been quoted on the web and attended various film festivlals. Yet personal fame in the true sense of the word, where everyone recognizes his face like some of the stars in the movies he or others make, just isn't in the cards.

Other projects revealing a darker, murkier side, include a lesser-known production called Motel, involving murder, and Jail-Bait, not to be confused with the Ed Wood film of the same title (click here for the Ed Wood film).

As of the summer of 2005, Tabarrok was in Nova Scotia, Canada, working on yet another film, but details have not been revealed yet. Busily pushing Guy Terrifico seems to be one oif his key activities for now, but with other Christian-based films (which again cross the line into the horror film realm, as previously noted) upcoming from Cloud Ten, with whom he has been closely associated, and other projects of his own, from his own company, in the making, the arrival of 2006 may be his best year yet.

We will see.

 

© by Dale Pierce


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