Thomas Walden CA, CPA has worked on over 500 film and television projects (including an estimated 5,000 episodes of TV) including his work with Atlantis Films, then Alliance Atlantis, Lions Gate, Salter Street Films, Cineplex Odeon, the Canada Revenue Agency and Concert Productions International (CPI) (including many Emmy/Genie/Gemini/Canadian Screen Award winners), and several live events (including the world tours of the Rolling Stones, U2, Paul McCartney, and 100+ other bands).  Select producer credits include “Pirate’s Passage” for Netflix & CBC, “The Privileged”, “Expecting”, “My Brother’s Keeper”, “Nightrunners”, “Aaliyah, The Princess of R&B” (Lifetime Channel), and “Christmas at Cartwright’s” (Hallmark Channel).  Alliance Atlantis projects included “Joan of Arc”, “Nuremberg”, “Formula 51”, “Sunshine”, “eXistenZ”, “Felicia’s Journey”, “The Outer Limits”, “PSI Factor”, “Cold Squad”, “Due South”, “Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict”, “Peter Benchley’s Amazon”, “Total Recall 2070”, “Beastmaster”, “The Famous Jett Jackson”, “Emily of New Moon”, “Lexx”, “This Hour has 22 Minutes” and “Made In Canada”

Thomas previously co-founded Front and Centre Productions Inc., which service produced the feature film “Aurora Borealis” (Donald Sutherland, Louise Fletcher, Joshua Jackson and Juliette Lewis) and the television movies “Blessings” (Mary Tyler Moore), “A Very Married Christmas” (Joe Mantegna, Jean Smart & Kari Matchett) and “Riding The Bus With My Sister” (Rosie O’Donnell and Andie MacDowell, directed by Anjelica Huston).

He was a founding partner of BITE-TV which won an International Emmy for Best Interactive Channel and of Digital Howard, a 360° digital media company that recently won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Cross-Platform Project – Fiction for “Wynonna Earp Interactive”.