James Genn

1972

James Genn is a film and TV director born in Vancouver, Canada. He's directed over 50 episodes of comedy and drama television series (Rookie Blue, Saving Hope, Call Me Fitz, Todd and The Book of Pure Evil, Seed), as well as half a dozen TV pilots (Rabbittown, Fancy), several celebrated short films (Second Date, The Dog Walker) and the beloved feature film Old Stock. Recently receiving CSA, DGC and Gemini award nominations for his directing, James has also twice been nominated for Genie Awards and received the first ever Philip Borsos Award. He grew up in a family of artists, writers and musicians, making Bolex and Betamax movies in his parent's basement. He studied film at The University of British Columbia and later completed a director's residency at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto. Early in his career he was subsidizing his film making habit by working in post production, briefly becoming one of Canada's top sound designers.In 2015 he will be working as the director/producer on

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