Adam Reid began his professional career as a kid actor on the 80’s cult hit You Can’t Do That On Television and then co-wrote the show while still a teenager. From there he attended Ryerson University’s Film Program and won ‘The Norman Jewison Filmmaker’s Award’ for his fourth year short, Token For Your Thoughts (the film also won a ‘Gold Prize’ in the Chicago Film Festival’s Student Category).

He has since directed several film shorts, documentaries, music videos and commercials, and has worked extensively in children’s television.

In 2002, Adam created a Film Mentorship Program at the Eva’s Phoenix Shelter for Homeless Youth in Toronto, which has produced two short films under Adam’s direction, One Dollar One Day (2004) and Sheltered Life (2006) – the latter of which won ‘Best Emerging Filmmaker’ prize at the Harlem International Film Festival, among other awards.

Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames is Adam’s feature documentary debut.

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