Owner, Hungry Eyes Film & Television Inc.
Sudz Sutherland works on both sides of the fence as a freelance writer and director for TV dramas and feature films.
His most recent project, ‘Shoot the Messenger,’ his first Dramatic series that he co-created with writer/producer Jennifer Holness premiered on October 10, 2016 on the CBC.
Sudz’s latest feature film, Home Again, won the prestigious PAFF/BAFTA Festival Choice Award in Los Angeles and was recently nominated for Best Direction from the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC). Sudz’ debut feature film Love, Sex and Eating the Bones won multiple awards including Best First Feature at TIFF. Sudz is in development on a new feature film, Operation Red Dog.
Sudz also co-wrote and directed the dramatic miniseries Guns for CBC based on four families caught up in illegal gun trafficking. Starring Colm Feore and Elisha Cuthbert, Guns won five Gemini Awards including Best Writing and Directing for Sudz. Sudz also wrote and directed the triple Gemini award-winning (Best Direction, Best Supporting Actress, Best Television Movie) Doomstown, an MOW for CTV/Sarrazin-Couture.
Sudz also directed The Phantoms, which won an International Kids Emmy. He also won a Canadian Screen Award for Best Direction for the TV movie as well as garnering a Director’s Guild of Canada Best Direction nomination. Sudz also has directed numerous episodes of dramatic television including Syfy Network’s Haven CW’s Reign, Beauty and the Beast, CBC’s Cracked, numerous Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland and Wild Roses.
Sudz lives in Toronto with his wife, three daughters and a small fluffy white dog named Shiloh.
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