Kyle Lawrence (Vancouver)
Kyle Lawrence is an award-winning Canadian/American Director member of the Director's Guild of Canada with 17 years of experience in the film industry.
Kyle is originally from St. Louis, Missouri where he created and produced a 26 episode TV series which has been broadcast on television around the world. Kyle moved to Vancouver, British Columbia and directed two feature length films, THE SCARF, and LOGAN, starring Leo Howard and Booboo Stewart. Kyle has directed web series and a number of shorts. Recently he wrote and directed a pilot for the series “NO INTERNET”, starring Hunter Dillon. In 2020 alone, Kyle’s recent projects have won a total of 17 awards, 14 nominations and been selected to screen at 25 film festivals.
In addition to directing, producing and writing, Kyle has worked in various technical on-set and post production capacities on many features, MoWs and over 280 episodes of television, including SUPERGIRL, THE FLASH, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, IF I STAY, Disney’s Descendants and many others.