Wonder Screen is a true full-service production studio. That means we provide service with greater efficiency, accountability and affordability than traditional production shops. It also means that you will have our undivided attention from kick-off to completion. Our passion is creating compelling content that will help you connect with your audience. And like any good storyteller, we are committed to telling it well.
With over 15 years in commercial production Reilly is a Director who understands how to convey a message and how to bring creative to life. Reilly’s work combines live-action performance-driven direction with visual effects telling unique stories for brands.
As a Creative Director-turned-Director, Reilly has delivered impressive work for countless brands including: Netflix, AMC, NBC, Virgin, Sony, Taco Bell, Volkswagen, Jaguar, AXE, BMO and RBC to name just a few.
A problem solver, a riddle-answerer, Chelsea Hulme has ironed kinks for numerous multinational clients at Toronto’s top production houses. In addition to executing with the quickness, Chelsea has exec and line-produced everything from commercials to TV shows and branded content.
To live is to create. And so we meet Richard, a master storyteller with the ability to weave casting, comedy and subtlety into a new golden era of film. A Commercial Director with four, top-10 rated Super Bowl spots under his belt, Richard has also directed some of the most viewed branded content in North America.
What lies beyond the lens? An explorer at heart, Bryan seeks the answers with confidence and charm. Packing his chest with a calm demeanour and warm smile, Bryan uncovers truth, easing subject inhibitions and coaxing perfect shots. A seasoned traveler, Bryan honed his skills on voyages to Singapore, Nigeria, Indonesia, Calgary and Toronto. His hat currently hangs in NYC.
Music as they say, is like math – a blend of science and the dark arts. With more than a decade in sound design for advertising and film, David pulls melodies from the ether, scoring TV spots, video games, in-flight tracks for international airlines and more. From deep within the Wonder Screen lab, his writing and voice directing ability will turn your next project to gold.
In 1931, an Italian fruitier, John Saso built the Roxy Cinema. Known as a “Wonder Screen Palace”, the Roxy featured a floating ceiling with moving projected clouds, Italian travertine marble staircases, seating for 700 and a first-run bill of the world's classics – a true marvel of its era. It was here that the Saso family began its foray into the world of film, a tradition carried forward by Reilly Saso, Wonder Screen’s Founder and Director.