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David J. Fernandes

Is an award-winning Canadian genre filmmaker, focused on creating original Sci-Fi, Horror and Suspense films and TV.

Currently in development:

  • David's original Sci-Fi TV series, "Meld," is currently under option and ready to pitch to broadcasters.
  • David's short film, "Binge" (2018) had its world premiere at Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival on Sunday, November 25, 2018. The next screening is coming up at Hexploitation Film Festival, in Hamilton, Ontario, in Feb, 2019.
  • David is co-developing an original ghost story Web Series, "The Wait," with writer Matthew MacFadzean.
  • David is producing a sci-fi short film for director Tate Young, filming in March, 2019.
  • David is in the early stages of developing a horror feature film.

CURRENT & PAST PROJECTS

Meld - TV Series

25 year old Karine Ahmed tries a new party drug called Meld. The next morning she discovers she can eavesdrop on other people's texts, emails, searches and photos – their entire digital lives are suddenly accessible to her, as easy as thinking.

It's fun – until she discovers that a dangerous group is using these abilities to control politicians and other powerful elites. Karine soon gets drawn into uncovering the truth behind Meld, where it came from, and why it exists.

Meld is currently optioned and ready to be pitched to broadcasters (Nov 2018).

Binge - Short Film

A mysterious envelope arrives at Jen's door, sending her on an increasingly dangerous hunt to discover its intent.

Written, directed, produced and edited by David, Binge is an exercise in minimalism: the goal is to take a simple idea and use only images, music and sound design to tell a compelling story. 

Binge will have its world premiere at Toronto's Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival, which celebrates the best in contemporary Canadian Horror, Genre and Underground film. Nov 25, 9:30pm. Tickets

RE-WIRE - Short Film

Harley seeks the help of a controversial doctor who claims he can cure the one thing that has plagued him for his entire life: his fear.

Hailed by Todd Brown of Screen Anarchy / XYZ Films  as "far and away one of the better science fiction shorts of the year."

Winner of Best Sci-Fi at the Hamilton Film Festival in 2012.

Nominated for an award for Best Dramatic Short by the Canadian Society of Cinematographers.

Official Selection at six international film festivals including Fantasia (2010).

 

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Contact

210-327 Ottawa St. North, Hamilton, ON, L8M 2N4, Canada