Kaitlan Stewart is a producer, writer and creator in the film and television industry and the founder of Fenix Film & Television.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Creative Writing at the University of Alberta, Kaitlan later focused her studies and creative talents in the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Television Arts program. Getting her start on the sets of Canada’s Got Talent, CityLine, and The Bachelor Canada, Kaitlan has gone on to work with the writing, producing and development teams of some of the most successful productions to come out of Alberta. To-date, Kaitlan’s credits include: season 3 of the docu-reality series The Liquidator (Anaïd Productions), season 3 of the hit comedy series Tiny Plastic Men (Mosaic Entertainment), seasons 4 and 5 of the CSA award-winning dramatic series, Blackstone (Prairie Dog Film + Television), and season 5 of Mosaic Entertainment’s sketch comedy series, CAUTION: May Contain Nuts.
As the VP of Development and Business Affairs at Mosaic Entertainment, Kaitlan spearheaded the development of multiple intellectual properties where she worked alongside broadcasters (CBC, APTN, Super Channel), funders (BellFund, Alberta Media Fund, Canada Media Fund, etc.), production partners and creative teams to create market-ready IP’s. Since founding Fenix Film & Television, Kaitlan continues to apply her creative talents and industry savvy, writing, creating and packaging projects for global markets. Fenix’s first feature-length project, written and produced by Kaitlan, is currently in formal development with Super Channel.
Kaitlan currently sits on the board of the Alberta Media Production Industries Association.
ABOUT FENIX FILM & TELEVISION
Fenix Film & Television is a film and television production company based in Alberta, Canada. Led by Mosaic Entertainment’s former VP of Development & Business Affairs, Kaitlan Stewart, the company has a full slate of promising properties in various stages of development, including; its scripted feature-length project, All the Rage, currently in formal development with Super Channel and being developed with the support of the Canada Media Fund; its feature-length documentary project, Taking Flight, also in development with Super Channel and being developed with the support of the Bell Slate Development Fund; its crime drama series project, Exonerated, being developed with the assistance of the Canada Media Fund’s Early Stage Development Fund and the Bell Slate Development Fund; as well as multiple co-venture projects with Mosaic Entertainment.