The Chaperone 3D is a short film produced by Thoroughbread Pictures. It tells the true story of a lone teacher who was chaperoning a middle school dance in 1973 Montreal, when a menacing motorcycle gang invaded it. The Chaperone 3D recreates the scene using hand drawn animation, miniature sets, puppets, live action Kung Fu and explosions all done in stereoscopic 3D.  It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it was the runner up for the best short film award, was selected as one of "Canada's Top Ten" short films and was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award.