Emily Weedon is a Canadian writer, Producer and Film Professional. Though she grew up in a hippie enclave, logging a few years in a cabin with no running water or electricity, Emily has been working in the film industry using electricity and computers and all the modern mod-cons since the 1990's. In addition to writing for over a decade, penning features, scripts, plays, newspaper articles and novels in progress, Emily has lived several other interesting lives. She spent a decade pursing music, during which time she put out 3 CDs with notable producers Stuart Cameron and Moe Berg. Her music was placed in the series Slings and Arrows and Diva on a Dime. During her years with the Director's Guild of Canada, Emily has worked on many features and TV series, normally creating graphics. In earlier incarnations, Emily worked at the Ontario Legislature, helped a friend run for City Hall, managed things for a Rock Band touring Germany, ran the office for a Script Agent and for a Blues Society, worked on set as a props master, a painter and a piano teacher, toured Ontario as a puppeteer and at one point, not very long, mixed concrete by hand. Overall, she'd prefer to write and story edit. Most recently, Emily finished work on the BravoFACT short Chateau Laurier together with CoWriter and CoProducer Kent Staines and Director James Stewart. In addition to her onset experience, Emily created several creative screen writing courses for colleagues at the Director's Guild and provides help to writers as a story editor and coach. While she grew up in small town Coe Hill Ontario, Emily has lived in Budapest Hungary and Hamilton Ontario. She resides in Toronto, Ontario with a small child and a large cat.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Bride of Chucky||October 16, 1998|