AWARDS

 

Daytime Emmy Award 2016, Outstanding Direction in a Children’s Series: Odd Squad, PBSkids, Sinking Ship Entertainment.

Gemini Awards 2009, Best Comedy Series: This Hour Has 22 Minutes, DHX Media

Gemini Awards 2006/Nominee Best Direction in a Comedy: Hatching, Matching and Dispatching,  2M

Canadian Comedy Awards 2005, Best Direction in a Comedy: This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Halifax Film

Gemini Awards 2003/Nominee, Best Direction in a Drama Series: The Eleventh Hour (aka Bury The Lead), AAC/This Just In Productions

Canadian Comedy Awards 2003/Best Direction in a Comedy Series: Made In Canada (aka The Industry), Island Edge

Gemini Awards 2002/Nominee, Best Direction in a Comedy Series: Made In Canada (aka The Industry), Island Edge

Canadian Comedy Awards 2002/Best Direction in a Comedy Series: Made In Canada (aka The Industry), Island Edge

Gemini Awards 2001/Nominee, Best Direction in a Comedy Series: Made In Canada (aka The Industry), Island Edge

Canadian Comedy Awards 2001/Best Direction in a Comedy Series: Made In Canada (aka The Industry), Island Edge

Palm Springs International Film Festival 2000/Peoples Choice Award, The Divine Ryans, imX

Genie Awards 2000/Nominee, Claude Jutra Award – Best First Time Director, The Divine Ryans, imX

Gemini Awards 1992/Best Comedy Series: CODCO, Producer, Salter Street Films

Gemini Awards 1990/Best Variety Series: CODCO, Producer, Salter Street Films

Atlantic Film Festival 1986/Best Short Film: Drumming Up A Little Fun, Champagne Motion Pictures

Berlin International Film Festival 1987/Nominee, Producer: Life Classes, Picture Plant

 

Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2012 17:48:15 -0700

Subject: Thank you!

Hi Stephen —

We just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for doing an amazing job on 309.  We have been constantly amazed at what we’re seeing in the dailies.  The performances are terrific, and Haven looks incredible in the 1950s.  You have done stellar work transforming the show.  We wish we were up there to see it all happen!  Thank you so much for making our script come to life in a way that is more beautiful than we could’ve possibly imagined.  It’s been a real honor to work with you!

Best,

Nora and Lilla Zuckerman, writers Haven 309 – “Sarah”

 

About the Divine Ryans…About the Director

 

 

Director Stephen Reynolds, making his feature debut, demonstrates a rather keen knack for pacing and a preference for tapping the audience on the shoulder rather than hitting it over the head.”
Scott Feschuk / National Post

“Stephen Reynolds brings Wayne Johnston’s novel lovingly to life.”
Lindsay Brown / The Daily News

“Director Stephen Reynolds is in full control of his material here.  There is a sure-handed sense of both geographic and psychological space in this film.”
Marc Horton /The Edmonton Journal

 

“ A gem… full of strange surprises… a corker that translates beautifully to the screen…richly cinematic and full of passionate performances.”
Stephen Cooke / Halifax Mail-Chronicle

“In capturing all of the well-defined and eccentric personalities of these divine Ryans, director Stephen Reynolds, in his feature debut, establishes a mood of sweetness and clarity.   Thanks to Reynolds’ assured direction…”
Mike Boon / Calgary Herald

 

“Displaying an eclectic visual range, CODCO producer Stephen Reynolds’ debut feature offers a light-hearted, and often  poignant, comedic look …”
18th Vancouver International Film Festival (1999)

 

“One of the most important Canadian feature dramas this year …strongly directed by first-timer Stephen Reynolds…”
19th Atlantic Film Festival (1999) / Opening Gala

 

 

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