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Dylan Pearce

Dylan Pearce, film, director,

B: July 18, 1984 in Windsor, Ontario

Dylan Pearce is an innovative filmmaker. His short, The Blind, was given a 2880 Film Festival award. Another short, First in Line was nominated for a Rosie award which is handed out by AMPIA, or, the Alberta Motion Picture Industries Association. Baby Blues is Pearce’s feature debut. It was shot over a four week period during the months of September and October 2006 across various locations in Windsor and Essex-County, Ontario. His 2014 feature, 40 Below and Falling, was shot in 3D and released as a made-for-television movie retitled A Frosty Affair. His next 3D feature is rumoured to be titled Iron Dogs.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

The Blind (2006)
First in Line (2006)
Baby Blues (2008)
Texas Road (2009)

Whatever It Was (2010)
I Think I Do (2012)
The Babysitter 3D (2013, short)
A Frosty Affair (TV-2015)
Reaction Time (2015)
Fortune’s Ashes 3D (2017, short)
Christmas Cupcakes (TV-2018)

Christmas with a Crown (2020)
For the Love of Pasta (TV-2022)

TV Series:
The Hellevator Project (2016, mini-Series)

Caution: May Contain Nuts (2018)

Credits as a Producer:
The Blind (2006)
First in Line (2006)
Baby Blues (2007)

The Bike Heist (2012)
The Babysitter 3D (2013, short)
I Think I Do (2013, co-producer)
Fortune’s Ashes 3D (2017, short)

For the Love of Pasta (TV-2022)

Baby Blues, movie poster
Poster for the 2007 film, Baby Blues.