In 2010, See-Saw produced the multi-Academy Award®-winning 'The King's Speech by Tom Hooper, starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter; following this with Steve McQueen's award-winning "Shame", starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan and "Tracks" by John Curran starring Mia Wasikowska, which premiered in competition at the 70th Venice Film Festival in 2013. See-Saw’s first television series, Jane Campion’s "Top of the Lake", starring Elisabeth Moss and Holly Hunter was nominated for eight Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards.
See-Saw’s recent productions include Macbeth by Justin Kurzel starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard; "Life" by Anton Corbijn starring Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan; "Slow West" by John Maclean starring Kodi Smit-McPhee and Michael Fassbender; and "Mr. Holmes" by Bill Condon starring Ian McKellen and Laura Linney.
See-Saw was co-founded by Richard Payten and Andrew Mackie of sister company Transmission Films, an Australian/New Zealand distributor. Individually, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman have long worked with the Transmission principals and were brought together under the See-Saw banner when both companies were co-created.
Canning (who also executive produced Corbijn's Control (2007) about Joy Division singer Ian Curtis), and Sherman were listed in the "MediaGuardian 100 2011" and "have joined the industry big league" 
See-Saw, together with Sharon Menzies, established Fulcrum Media Finance in 2008 with the goal of arranging cash-flow for projects in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, Fulcrum has enabled the financing of multiple projects, including: Under the Mountain, Animal Kingdom and Triangle.
|2011||The King's Speech||Tom Hooper|
|Oranges and Sunshine||Jim Loach|
|Dead Europe||Tony Krawitz|
|Mr. Holmes||Bill Condon|
|Slow West||John Maclean|
|2017||How to Talk to Girls at Parties||John Cameron Mitchell|
|2013||Top of the Lake||Jane Campion, Garth Davis||Jane Campion, Gerard Lee|
|2016||Love Nina||S.J. Clarkson||Nick Hornby|
|2017||Top of the Lake Series 2||Jane Campion, Ariel Kleiman||Jane Campion, Gerard Lee|
- Dawtrey, Adam (9 November 2010). "Canning & Sherman: Transcontinental duo sees global possibilities". Variety. Retrieved 9 December 2010.
- The Australian, See Saw Films Retrieved on 2016-08-12
- See-Saw Films, the sister production company of Transmission Films Retrieved on 2016-08-12
- Sandy George (30 January 2008). "Canning, Sherman launch Aus/UK production outfit See-Saw". Screen International.
- "90. Iain Canning and Emile Sherman", The Guardian, 24 July 2011 18.18 BST. Retrieved 2011-07-26.