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Kyle Thomas

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Nationality  Canadian
Alma mater  Concordia University

Years active  2007–present
Name  Kyle Thomas
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Born  23 June 1983 (age 32) (1983-06-23) Vancouver, British Columbia
Occupation  Film director, actor, screenwriter, film editor, film producer
Website  www.northcountrycinema.com

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Kyle Thomas (born 23 June 1983), is a Canadian writer, director, producer, and actor. His first feature film The Valley Below premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014. The film garnered two Canadian Screen Award nominations in the categories of Best Supporting Actor for Kris Demeanor and Best Original Song for Dan Mangan's "Wants". The film received largely positive reviews from the Canadian media, including The Globe and Mail and The National Post, who called the film a "superb first feature".

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Early life and education

Thomas was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, but was raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He began making films with the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers in his teenage years before attending Concordia University's Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in Montreal in the early 2000s. After completing his BFA, he returned to Calgary to establish the North Country Cinema media arts collective in 2005.

Directing and producing

Kyle Thomas is a founding member of North Country Cinema, along with filmmakers Alexander Carson and Nicholas Martin, whom he met at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Through North Country Cinema, Thomas has focused on producing director-driven film and video content, and has created award-winning works that have screened at major international festivals, including the Toronto International Film Festival and SXSW. Thomas' recent films have portrayed neo-realist narratives concerned with intimate, personal stories depicting life in rural Alberta. Following the announcement that his first feature film The Valley Below would be funded by Telefilm Canada, he was declared one of "10 Canadians to Watch at Cannes" in 2013.

Acting work

Thomas plays the role of Danny in North Country Cinema's second feature film O, Brazen Age written & directed by Alexander Carson. The film will premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in 2015.

Filmography

  • 2014: The Valley Below
  • 2012: The Post
  • 2011: Not Far From The Abattoir
  • 2009: Liminal State of Decay
  • 2008: Ghost Town
  • 2007: Last Chance Saloon
  • References

    Kyle Thomas Wikipedia


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