Jack Hilkewich has been in the Film and TV business since 1984. He got his start working on feature films for Roger Corman in Toronto, Ontario.
He created the local hit TV show called the “James and Kevin Show”. It ran for 7 seasons and won many awards, including a Golden Sheaf. Jack has directed numerous TV commercials and TV series including directing segments for CBC’s program “Street Sense”. One episode that featured a segment Jack directed won an International Emmy Award.
As a 3D animator, Jack worked TV shows like “Disasters of the Century”, “Size TV”, “Very Odd Jobs” and “Reinventors” for the History Channel.
In 2014 Jack turned his talents towards Virtual Reality. He was the Director and lead designer of the official VR Game for Universal Studios Sharknado Franchise, “Shaknado VR: Eye of the Storm”.
He is currently nearing post production on his documentary, “Mainprize”. This is Jack’s first feature film.
The Wrecker Budget: $1M - $5M | Crime On the brink of bankruptcy, a salvage yard owner begrudgingly makes a handshake deal with a businessman to dispose of his wrecked cars, no questions asked, then makes a big mistake... he opens a car trunk.
Emerging Screewriters Suspense Screenplay Competition - Quarter-Finalist
Your Script Produced Season 3 Grand Prize Winner
Emmy - Best International Youth Series - CBC "Street Sense" (Segment Director)
Golden Sheaf Award, (Yorkton SFVF) The James and Kevin Show" Episode # 2b - Director/Writer