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William Vince

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Bill Vince, film producer,

B: November 23, 1963 in Vancouver, British Columbia
D: June 21, 2008 in West Vancouver, British Columbia

Born William Dennis Vince, Bill Vince was a huge presence in Canadian and Hollywood filmmaking. Raised in West Vancouver, he was born severely dyslexic and learned to read and write through his mother, a schoolteacher. Along with his brother Robert, he began producing low-budget films out of Vancouver. It was 1992, Bill was 29 and Robert 31 when they released their first feature, Café Romeo, a mob comedy with a production budget of $1.5 million. Bill Vince was diagnosed with sarcoma about 18 months before he passed away. He was 44. We list his credits as a Producer unless otherwise noted.

Also see: William Vince’s biography.

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

Cafe Romeo (Associate Producer, 1992)
Tomcat: Dangerous Desires (1993)
Anything for Love (VR-1993)
Final Round (VR-1994)
Samurai Cowboy (Supervising Producer, 1994)
Breaking Point (Supervising Producer, 1994)
Bulletproof Heart (1994)
Double Cross (Supervising Producer, 1994)
Dream Man (VR-1995)
Malicious (1995)
The Final Cut (1995)
Breach of Rust (1995)
White Tiger (1996)
Underworld (1996)
Wounded (1997)
Ait Bud (1997)
Hoods (1998)
Air Bud: Golden Receiver (Executive Producer, 1998)
The 4th Floor (1999)

Ricky 6 (2000)
Here’s to Life! (2000)
Liberty Stands Still (Executive Producer, 2002)
Dead Heat (2002)
The Snow Walker (2003)
Dreaming of Julia (Executive Producer, 2003)
Saved! (2004)
The Final Cut (Co-producer, 2004)
Make the Movie Live the Movie (Executive Producer, TV-2004)
Bad Girls from Valley High (Line Producer, 2005)
Capote (2005)
Ripley Under Ground (2005)
Just Friends (2005)
Butterfly on a Wheel (2007)
Stone of Destiny (Executive Producer, 2008)
Edison & Leo (Executive Producer, 2008)
Push (2009)
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009)

Capote, movie, poster,

Edison & Leo, movie, poster,