Jason Blicker

Jason Blicker



Jason Blicker is a Canadian film and television director, producer, actor, and writer. He is best known for his work on the award-winning films The Unseen and Wrecked, as well as his television directing work on shows such as Road to Avonlea, Ready or Not, The Listener, and Saving Hope.

Blicker began his career as an actor, appearing in films such as The Unseen and Wrecked, both of which he later went on to direct. He also appeared in the television series The Kids in the Hall and The Red Green Show. After working in front of the camera for several years, Blicker decided to move behind the scenes and began to pursue a career in directing.

In the early 2000s, Blicker directed episodes of such popular shows as Road to Avonlea, Ready or Not, and The Listener. His work on these shows earned him multiple awards and nominations, including a Gemini Award nomination for Best Direction in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series for his work on Road to Avonlea.

In 2011, Blicker wrote and directed the feature film The Unseen, which was selected to screen at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film was also nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture, and won the Best Canadian Feature Film award at the Vancouver International Film Festival. The Unseen went on to become one of the highest grossing Canadian independent films of all time.

In 2016, Blicker wrote and directed his second feature film, Wrecked. The film premiered at the Whistler Film Festival and was nominated for four Canadian Screen Awards. It also won the award for Best Canadian Feature Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival.

Most recently, Blicker directed episodes of the popular medical drama Saving Hope. He also wrote and directed the feature film That’s My Boy, which was released in 2020.

Throughout his career, Blicker has proven himself to be a talented and versatile director, producing work of the highest quality. His films have gone on to win numerous awards and nominations, and he continues to be an important figure in the Canadian film and television industry.

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