Paul Bronfman and Comweb Productions Inc. have acted as executive producers/producers in several feature films, MOW's and television series'.
The company's first foray into motion picture production was with Norstar Entertainment on the 1989 feature film Prom Night III: The Last Kiss, the third installment of the popular horror franchise. That same year, the company went on to co-executive produce the popular television series Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop, known as Katts and Dog in Canada, for both the CTV network and Family Channel (now ABC Family) in the United States. Between 1988 and 1993, 106 episodes of the series as well as a feature film were produced.
In 1991, Comweb Productions together with Atlantis Films and David Brandis, produced The Quarrel, an award-winning feature film which aired on PBS in the United States. The film stars RH Thompson and Saul Rubinek and was directed by Eli Cohen. That same year marked the release of the company's first Australian- Canadian co-production, a miniseries entitled Golden Fiddles, which Comweb Productions produced along with producer Wendy Wacko. In 1993, the miniseries Medicine River produced by Comweb Productions along with other production partners, aired to rave reviews on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
Beginning in 1993, Comweb Productions channeled its production activities through Protocol Entertainment Inc., a company created by Comweb to develop, finance and produce TV series, movies, miniseries, and feature films for the North American and international markets. Comweb sold its interest in Protocol in 2005 and all Comweb production activities are now pursued independently through Comweb Productions.