ABOUT DAvid Brady Productions
David Brady Productions has over 30-years of experience as an award-winning producer of feature film and international television productions.
Its founder, David Brady, holds an MFA in Screenwriting from York University. He began his film and television career while he was a graduate student in Communications at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia.
David Brady Productions has produced roughly one hundred and thirty half-hours of scripted comedy/dramas and over 30-hours of award-winning primetime documentary/docudrama television productions, with a host of domestic, American, and international broadcasters.
In the late 80s, David expanded the company and spent eight years producing movies out of Los Angeles and New York. The company or David Brady executive produced/produced four successful feature films; The Grey Fox, Till Death, Do Us Part, Dixie Lanes, and David was one of the executive producers with Alan Sacks You Wish for The Disney Channel.
The Grey Fox was released through United Artists Classics and presented by Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope Studios and earned two Golden Globe Nominations (Best Foreign Picture and Best Actor), seven Genie Awards, and international recognition for its artistic and commercial successes. Before this, David Brady Productions co-financed Phillip Borsos's Theatrical Documentary Nails, which was nominated for an Academy Award.
The company's production of Around the World With Tippi was nominated for the Best Family and Children's Series at the Banff World Television Festival in 2003. Around The World With Tippi was produced with Discovery Canada, Discovery Europe, Discovery International, and France 5. The company has won numerous awards from several US and International Festivals. On average, David Brady Productions was always in the top three ratings for their productions and the recipient of critical acclaim.
We have successfully co-produced projects with UKTV, The United Kingdom, France 5, Tel Ad Israel, and Foxtel Australia.
Head of Production
Brendan is a Canadian Screen Award-nominated producer with over ten years of experience. Brendan has line produced and production managed some of Canada's most celebrated television series and feature films. Brendan is now producing and second unit directing the Crave/Hulu original series, LETTERKENNY (19’/ 20’/ 21'). He also line produced the upcoming FX/HULU television series, 9 FILMS ABOUT TECHNOLOGY, THE EXCHANGE (20’), THE REST OF US (19’), MOUTHPIECE (18’), GIANT LITTLE ONES (17’), DON’T TALK TO IRENE (17’), MOBILE HOMES (17’). An alumnus of the Canadian Film Centre, Brendan's passion is for shepherding projects from prep through post-production.
Director of Development
Laurel is an award-winning screenwriter, playwright, and actor. Laurel studied theatre at York University, screenwriting at George Brown College, and sketch writing at Second City Toronto. Laurel is a recent alum of the Canadian Film Centre's Writers’ Lab (2018) and a recipient of the Magee TV Diverse Screenwriters Award (2019). Her TV Pilot, Killer Instincts, was workshopped as part of the May 2019 Fem Script Lab. Laurel’s go-to writing tool is a healthy serving of guacamole and chips… which she has been known to share. Currently, Laurel is developing her second feature, Bitchcraft, as well as two new dramedy TV Series for David Brady Productions.
Anthony Wallace is a Canadian producer and composer who’s worked on productions for CBC, APTN, Vision TV, Historica Canada and numerous
internationally distributed Feature Films & commercials. He is an alumni of the Canadian Film Centre and was selected for the Banff’s Arts Centres inaugural
Adventure Filmmakers Masterclass in 2019. From directing, producing to being behind the camera and scoring Anthony wears many hats. With over a decade of experience working in documentary films, he’s been privileged to film in every province and territory across Canada, meeting amazing people and hearing their stories from coast to coast to coast.
Michael has worked with David Brady Productions since 2005, specializing in the development and production of documentary projects. Michael is an experienced documentary producer, who also provides production and business management services to fellow filmmakers. His credits include: The Caregivers’ Club, My Farmland, Reefer Riches, Supervolcano: Yellowstone’s Fury, Yonge Street: Toronto Rock & Roll Stories and The Pagan Christ.
Sonny joined DBP in 2005 as a shareholder and consultant and is now acting as Executive Producer in its return to feature drama, comedy, and documentaries. Sonny was one of the producers of the London West End debut of Zorro, the Musical which was nominated for 5 Olivier awards and won one for Best Supporting Actress. It has since toured the world and may soon be revived in London. He is also currently producing a new musical, Lovesick, which is scheduled to open Off Broadway as soon as the theatres reopen.
David Brady is a well-respected, Golden Globe Nominated and international award-winning writer, producer and director of over 130 episodes of primetime scripted dramas, comedies, and 30-hours of documentary and docu-drama series and 4 feature films in both Canada and the United States for such studios as United Artists, Disney, Zoetrope Studios and SC Entertainment. He also has co-produced series with the UK, France, Israel, and Australia. David was nominated at the Banff International Television Festival for the Best Writer/Producer for his Family Series, Around The World with Tippi that aired on the Discovery Channels worldwide.
George Flak has more than thirty five years experience in the entertainment industry as legal counsel, and feature film and television producer and distributor. His first professional engagement was as a legal counsel to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation followed by a senior management position. Subsequently he took on executive producer roles on numerous independently produced film and television projects. As a producer, he has developed and produced a wide range of television and feature film productions, from independent features to US studio productions with wide theatrical distribution. (‘the Grey Fox’, ‘A Christmas Story’, ‘the Marsh’).