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David Cormican

David Cormican founded Year of the Skunk Productions in 2004 and since then, created the prestigious Canadian Short Screenplay Competition in 2008, which he has since partnered with the Yorkton Film Festival (the oldest and longest running film festival in North America).

Later in 2008, Cormican was scouted by long-time industry veteran producer Kevin DeWalt of Minds Eye Entertainment, and hired as the company’s Head of Development, where he currently oversees the development, financing and production of over 30 projects, including feature films, mini-series, scripted series and documentaries.

Most recently, Cormican was nominated for the 2010 Regina Mayor’s Arts & Business Award for Innovation in the Arts and was recently a recipient of the National Screen Institute’s 2010 Drama Prize. He is currently executive producing Faces In The Crowd, starring Milla Jovavich and is currently filling a similar role on the upcoming Fall thriller with Jessica Biel, The Tall Man.

David Cormican is a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television (ACCT), The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA), Canadian Actor’s Equity (CAEA), the Saskatchewan Motion Picture Association (SMPIA), graduate of the New York Film Academy and an ambassador for Raindance Canada. He is a board member for Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, a counsellor for ACTRA Saskatchewan and board member representing the arts portfolio for SaskCulture.

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Information on this profile is provided by the person and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 22 Jun 2010