Todd McFarlane Entertainment produces feature films, television series, animation and music videos.
TME's first film project was the full-length 1997 live-action Spawn feature film. Grossing more than $100 million internationally, Spawn was New Line Cinema's third highest opener of all time.
Think Film's, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, which celebrated its world premiere at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and starred Jodie Foster (who also produced), featured critically acclaimed animated sequences.
Todd McFarlane: The Devil You Know, a full-length documentary had its United States DVD debut in April 2002. Funded and filmed by the National Film Board of Canada in 2000, the film offers audiences an engaging look at the man behind the Spawn empire, and exposes unseen sides of the most successful comic book artist in history.
In 2006, the feature film Torso, based on real-life cop Eliot Ness and America's first serial killer, was solidified by Paramount with Todd McFarlane and Terry Fitzgerald producing and David Fincher (Fight Club, Se7en) directing.
TME was responsible for the two-time Emmy-winning and best-selling animated series Todd McFarlane's Spawn which had a three-season run on HBO and accounted for three of HBO Home Video's best-selling DVDs of all time.
In December 2002, McFarlane shot his first live-action music video for the Swollen Members' song Breath, which won the MuchVIBE Best Rap Video award at the Canadian MuchMusic Video show in 2003. TME also grabbed a Grammy and an MTV Video Music Award for Korn's Freak on a Leash, and scored a Grammy nomination for Pearl Jam's Do the Evolution video. Released in June 2006, the 100-percent animated video for Disturbed's Land of Confusion was critically acclaimed in Europe and Asia.