Banger Films, Inc

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Banger Films, Inc
Type Production Company
Founded 2004
Headquarters Toronto, Canada
Key people Scot McFadyen (director/producer)
Sam Dunn (director/producer/host)
Owners Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn

Banger Films is an award-winning film and television production company based in Toronto. In its first 10 years, Banger has produced smash-hit feature documentaries, TV series and live concerts, broadcast worldwide on networks such as The Movie Network, Vh1, BBC 2, Globosat, NRK, Sky UK and many more. The Banger catalogue includes the essential heavy metal documentary Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey (2006) and its follow-up Global Metal (2008); SXSW Audience Award and Juno-winning Iron Maiden: Flight 666 (2009), Grammy-nominated and Tribeca Audience Award-winning Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage (2010), the “doc opera” Super Duper Alice Cooper (2014), as well as the biggest-ever TV series on metal and hard rock, Metal Evolution (2011). In 2013, Banger launched a kids’ programming division, B Minors. Upcoming projects include The Message: Hip-Hop Evolution, a two-part doc on the history of hip-hop; Satan, a feature documentary about the Devil in modern times; and Rock Icons, a music-bio series featuring intimate portraits of the most legendary artists in the history of metal and rock.


Year Film
2005 Metal: A Headbanger's Journey
2008 Global Metal
2009 Iron Maiden: Flight 666
2009 Joe Bonamassa: Live From The Royal Albert Hall
2010 Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage
2011 Metal Evolution - TV Series
2011 Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland
2012 En Vivo!
2014 Super Duper Alice Cooper