Fenix Film & Television

Executive Producer & Founder

Kaitlan Stewart

Kaitlan Stewart is the executive producer and founder of Fenix Film & Television, a television production company based in Alberta, Canada. ​ After cutting her teeth on the sets of CANADA'S GOT TALENT, CITYLINE and THE BACHELOR CANADA, Kaitlan spent nearly a decade working with the writing, producing and development teams of some of Alberta's top-producing production companies. 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 has successfully led the company through numerous development and production deals, securing hundreds of thousands of dollars in development funding across the company's slate of projects and millions of dollars in production funding. Fenix's inaugural feature-length documentary project, ONLY UP, licensed by Super Channel, is currently in post production. It's first major network docu-series, PUSH, is currently airing on CBC and CBC Gem.

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