Production designer Chris Crane has been working in the film industry since 2008. He has designed a number of high profile festival films, including the Ricky Tollman directed feature film 'Run This Town' (SXSW 2019), Matt Johnson's 'Operation: Avalanche' (Sundance Film Festival 2016), 'The Rainbow Kid', directed by Kire Paputts (Toronto International Film Festival 2016) and 'Clara', directed by Akash Sherman (Toronto International Film Festival 2018-for which he was also nominated for a DGC Craft Award for Best Production Design). The digital series 'Cold' won a Streamy Award for Best Drama in 2017 and the OMNI television series 'Blood & Water' has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Dramatic Series in 2017 and 2019.
Other projects he has worked on include the sci-fi-ish feature film 'Code 8' (directed by Jeff Chan and produced by/starring Stephen Amell and Robbie Amell) and the Toronto International Film Festival 2019 feature film 'Clifton Hill' (now titled 'Disappearance at Clifton Hill') directed by Albert Shin. Chris was again nominated for a DGC Craft Award for Best Production Design for this film. He also received a Production Design Nomination from the DGC & Canadian Screen Awards for the 2020 dark comedy Crave TV Series 'New Eden'.
You can watch the 5th and final season of 'Baroness Von Sketch Show' on CBC Gem, which Chris production designed at the end of 2019. In 2020, he completed designing the CBC series 'Sort Of'. He recently completed designing the CTV comedy series 'Children Ruin Everything', with New Metric Media.