Charlottetown based Periscope Pictures launched in 2010 with the production of Bunny Bop!, a pre-school web series created by Cheryl Wagner, creator of the The Big Comfy Couch. Produced by Harmony Wagner, the production was a recipient of the Independent Production Fund.
That same year, Jason Rogerson's short film, Lucky 7, received the inaugural CBC PEI 3-2-1 award. The film premiered at the Island Media Arts Festival and screened at the Atlantic Film Festival.
In 2011, Harmony Wagner's first short, VAST, screened at the Atlantic Film Festival's CBC Shorts Gala and was awarded the Viewer's Choice award at the Island Media Arts Festival.
In 2012, Harmony's second short, Queen of the Crows (also a recipient of the CBC PEI 3-2-1 award) was the closing film at the Atlantic Film Festival's CBC Shorts Gala. The film screened at various Canadian festivals, was broadcast on CBC-TV's Short Film Face Off, and went to the 2014 Cannes Film Festival as part of Telefilm Canada's Not Short On Talent program.
Periscope’s first feature length film, Kooperman, was released in 2015. Written by Harmony and Jason and directed by Harmony, the film was selected for the Telefilm Canada Micro-Budget Production Program. The film premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival, as well as several other regional festivals and national comic-cons, including Calgary Expo, the largest comic-con in western Canada.
Periscope's latest production is Singing To Myself, Harmony's second feature. A recipient of a 1K Wave Atlantic award, the film will premiere at the 2016 Atlantic Film Festival.