Nicholas Tabarrok is a prolific film and television producer whose company, Darius Films, has offices in LA and Toronto.

Since 1998, he has produced over twenty feature films that have received commercial and critical success. Many of them have premiered at the world’s top festivals: The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico (TIFF, SXSW), Hank and Mike(Karlovy Vary 2007), Surviving Crooked Lake (Slamdance 2008), Weirdsville (TIFF and opening night gala of the Slamdance and Raindance Film Festivals), Coopers’ Christmas, starring Samantha Bee, Jason Jones, and Dave Foley(TIFF 2008), and Defendor(TIFF 2009).

The Art of the Steal, starring Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Jay Baruchel and Terence Stamp, premiered at TIFF 2013 with a Gala Presentation and was distributed by Radius-TWC and Sony Pictures. The Calling, starring Susan Sarandon, Ellen Burstyn, Donald Sutherland and Topher Grace was released by Sony Pictures in September 2014.

In 2015, Sony Pictures released The Intruders, starring Miranda Cosgrove, Donal Logue, Austin Butler, and Tom Sizemore. In addition, Man Vs., starring Chris Diamantopoulos, premiered at the Sci-Fi-London Film Festival.

Most recently, Nicholas has produced two highly anticipated feature films: The Padre, starring Tim Roth, Nick Nolte, and Luis Guzmán as well as the upcoming film Stockholm, starring Ethan Hawke, Noomi Rapace, and Mark Strong.

Nicholas also produces television: the adult animated series, Fugget About It now entering a fourth season and several other television projects currently in development including historical drama Lords of Opium with Oscar-winner Paul Haggis as EP for HBO Canada and the BBC.