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Joseph Pryce

Joseph Pryce graduated from Seneca College where he studied both Filmmaking and Television Broadcasting. At the graduation ceremonies he was presented the award for best original screenplay. Upon leaving Seneca he was invited to attend the Canadian Film Centre’s screenwriting workshop. Which led to Joseph being awarded a coveted opening at The Canadian Institute of Film and Television in Ottawa.
In 1996, Joseph wrote and directed the feature film Head starring Al Lewis (The Munsters) and Shawn Hyndman(Soul Food)the first part of his gangster trilogy. Acid Test was his second feature film, Joseph wrote and directed this film as well sharing production duties with fellow artists Pat Flash and Shawn Hyndman. Joseph is currently in production on the final chapter of his gangster themed movies, this one entitled Ruffians which will be released in 2008.

Short film credits


The Last Days Detective

Canada | Nov 2008
The Last Days Detective opens with Lt. Lennox Ruddock apparently investigating a seemingly bizarre crime scene conferring with a fellow police officer...
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Information on this profile is provided by the person and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 17 Mar 2009