Rezolution Pictures is a film and television production company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, focusing primarily on Canadian Aboriginal productions. The company was founded by the husband and wife team of Ernest Webb and Catherine Bainbridge in 2001. In 2009 and 2010, it won consecutive Canada Awards for its documentaries Club Native and Reel Injun. Reel Injun also won Rezolution Pictures a Peabody Award.
Its comedy series Moose TV for the Showcase network in Canada received the Indie Award for Best Comedy Series from the Canadian Film and Television Producers Association in 2008.
The company's producers are Ernest Webb, Catherine Bainbridge, Christina Fon and Linda Ludwick. Rezolution has produced multiple works by Quebec Aboriginal directors Tracey Deer and Neil Diamond.
Webb and Bainbridge are also co-founders of The Nation, a newsmagazine serving the Cree people of Eeyou Istchee.