Jordan Canning was born on Aug 03, 1982 in Canada. Jordan Canning's big-screen debut came with We Were Wolves directed by Jordan Canning in 2014. Jordan Canning is known for We Were Wolves directed by Jordan Canning, Sadie Alter stars as Carrie and Dan Beirne as Paul. Jordan Canning has got 21 awards and 10 nominations so far. The most recent award Jordan Canning achieved is Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Jordan Canning plays is Ordinary Days which will be released on Nov 09, 2017.
Jordan Canning's films have played at festivals all over the world, including the Tribeca Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival and Interfilm Berlin. Her first feature, We Were Wolves (2014), premiered at TIFF 2014. Her second feature, Suck It Up (2017), premiered at Slamdance 2017 and won Best Feature Film at the 2017 B3 Frankfurt Biennale. She has directed on numerous series, including two seasons of the Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning Schitt's Creek (2015). Her TV work includes hour-long dramas - Saving Hope (2012), Seule contre tous (2018), Nurses (2020), Family Law (2021), Pretty Hard Cases (2021), Astrid and Lilly Save the World (2022) - and half-hour comedies - Baroness Von Sketch Show (2016), The Lake (2022) and Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock: l'aventure continue (2022) She has won two Canadian Screen Awards and a DGC Award for directing.
BirthdayAug 03, 1982
Place of BirthSt. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
21 wins & 10 nominations
Movies & TV Shows
director, writer, producer7.6