About Me

Chris Green is a filmmaker from Mississauga, Ontario. He is a graduate of the Ryerson University Film Studies diploma program, and he has produced several short films including Arnie Juice, which played in four film festivals across Canada.

Chris also completed his first feature length film in 2009, Zombie Werewolves Attack! a horror/comedy which is now being distributed by Troma Entertainment, and has also played in two film festivals so far. Chris has been in the industry for 7 years now, and prior to shooting his own film, worked as a Camera Assistant, Grip, Assistant Director, and everything in between on many different projects, with reputable organizations and productions, including with the Canadian Film Centre as a volunteer, and with the Discovery Channel as a Production Assistant.

Chris was also accepted into the Emerging 20 program, through the ReelWorld film festival, at TIFF 2010. This program honours 20 top new emerging talents with Face-to-Face meetings with industry professionals such as broadcasters, government funders, and distributors to help open doors. He has directed several Film Festival screened films that have played more than a dozen Film Festivals. His current projects include: a television commercial for 321-Team Mortgages, which will be seen soon on OMNI TV and SunTV in the greater Toronto area, and a second feature film, a Sci-Fi Thriller called, Memory Lost.

Recently, a film Chris produced, ‘Eneme’, played in the ReelWorld Film Festival, Canada’s largest multicultural film festival. Chris has also been nominated for a 2013 Mississauga Arts Council Top Emerging Media Artist Award.


Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.


“Chris is an extremely dedicated worker, and someone I can count on for terrific results. On one of our shoots, we were tremendously behind schedule. Chris was the Director of Photography for the pr...oduction and he lit scenes quick, with good results and helped us get back on track. He took great direction and helped save the production from a disaster. I look forward to working with Chris throughout my career.” - May 30, 2010

Nic Izzi
Reconstructed Media

Working with Chris as both a performer, and again as an artist can only be defined in two words: Consummate Professional. As a Film Director, Chris delivers on all levels, from managing full cast and crew, maintaining positivity and an infectious enthusiasm for his craft, overseeing all stages of production. He is clearly able to express his ideas to me as when he commissioned me to render the concept illustrations for his film, and again for the DVD art. I had the honour of performing for Chris in one of his films, and have brought him on board my own. It is my sincere hope that my working relationship with Chris Green will not come to an end.

Dany Gehchan