SINCE 2014, WILDLING PICTURES HAS BEEN DEVELOPING AND PRODUCING AWARD-WINNING FILMS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE.
What sets Wildling Pictures apart is its commitment to bold films from distinct and undiscovered points-of-view; innovation in the models developed for creation, production and distribution of its content; and loyalty to the filmmakers it works with. The companies past films have played at TIFF, Berlin, Sundance, SXSW, TriBeCa, Santa Barbara and Hot Docs. In 2018, the company will release TIFF 2017 Official Selections, Molly McGlynn’s debut feature film Mary Goes Round starring Aya Cash and Grayson Moore and Aiden Shipley’s debut feature film, Cardinals. Wildling recently finished post-production on Firecrackers and completed production on Pippa Bianco’s, Untitled Pippa Bianco Project a service production for A24. The company is based in Toronto, Canada.
Matt Code is an award-winning producer of films and television and founding partner of Wildling Pictures, a Toronto-based production company. Code produced Mary Goes Round from writer/director Molly McGlynn, which premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. He was also executive producer of Grayson Moore and Aiden Shipley’s Cardinals, which premiered at TIFF 2017 as well. Most recently, Code produced Christy Garland’s latest feature documentary, What Walaa Wants, with Anne Köhncke. The film will have its world premiere at Berlinale 2018. Code is an alumnus of the Canadian Film Centre (Producers’ Lab) and was the 2017 recipient of the Canadian Media Producers’ Association’s Emerging Producer Award (shared with Wildling partner, Kristy Neville).
Award-winning producer and partner at Wildling Pictures, Kristy Neville has quickly developed a reputation as one of the top producers emerging out of Canada's next generation of filmmakers. In a short time, Neville has had films screen at TIFF, Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca and Hot Docs and in 2017 she won the CMPA Indiescreen Emerging Producer Award at TIFF alongside Wildling partner, Matt Code. Her first feature film, CARDINALS, written and directed by Grayson Moore and Aidan Shipley, premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival. The same year Molly McGlynn's MARY GOES ROUND, on which Neville served as co-producer, also had its premiere at TIFF.
Julie is an emerging producer and a seasoned entertainment marketing expert. Prior to joining the Wildling team in September 2017, Julie worked for leading media companies such as TIFF, Mongrel Media and CBC. Right out of the gate, Julie’s first student short Living with Death (2011) screened at the Cannes Short Film Corner and Kingston Canadian Film Festival. She then went on to market and create brand strategies for notable films, TV shows, and initiatives, such as TIFF’s Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival (2015), Academy-Award winning film Manchester by the Sea (2016), and Netflix/CBC’s Alias Grace (2017). Most recently, Julie was the recipient of Telefilm's 2018 Talent To Watch and is currently in pre-production on her first feature film Easyland.