Brookstreet Pictures is an independent film production company with a focus on developing and distributing films that are both artistically driven and commercially viable.

Founded in 2004 in Ottawa, Ontario by a group of ambitious young filmmakers, Brookstreet Pictures as since grown to be the central component in the media portfolio of venture-capital firm Wesley Clover. It has also expanded its scope internationally, establishing a second branch in Los Angeles, California.

Brookstreet Pictures began by producing a slate of short films including such award-winning titles as Still Life, The Other Celia and Old West. In 2007, Brookstreet Pictures produced their first feature, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, starring legendary horror actor Robert Englund, which is distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment. Jack Brooks was followed by their second feature film, The Shrine, which has been recently acquired by IFC Entertainment. Brookstreet Pictures continues to develop new ideas internally, while also seeking outside production opportunities. They are currently in pre-production on their third feature.