David Cormican is an Emmy®-nominated producer. He is Co-Founder and President of Don Carmody Television (DCTV), a co-founder of Mogul Productions, co-founder and CEO of PaperChasePRO and a member of the prestigious Producers Guild of America (p.g.a.) and the Writers Guild of Canada (WGC).
DCTV projects include the International Emmy®-nominated mini-series Tokyo Trial for Netflix and NHK, the Rogers-Netflix original series Between, the Emmy®-nominated The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe for Lifetime and ShadowHunters for Freeform. Cormican’s most recent career evolution comes as Co-creator, Writer, series Showrunner, Producer and EP on the freshman family drama series Northern Rescue for CBC gem and Netflix which bowed in 2019 simultaneously for audiences globally.
Tulipani, Love, Honour & A Bicycle, the Dutch-Italian-Canadian co-production and film festival darling from two-time Academy Award® winning director, Mike van Diem, recently premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Selected by The Hollywood Reporter as Next Generation Canada: Class of 2014, Cormican was also recognized by Playback in 2012 as one of the Top 10 to Watch and again in 2015 as Playback’s New Establishment. He received the National Screen Institute’s Producer Drama Prize in 2010. He is also a graduate of the Erich Pommer Institute’s Trans Atlantic Partners programme. In 2016, Cormican received the Distinguished Alumnus Award, MacEwan University’s highest honour, where he was recognized by his Alma Mater for his outstanding achievements in the areas of business, arts and culture, lifelong learning and community service.
Filmmaking accomplishments for this intrepid producer include the Christian Slater thriller Stranded, The Tall Man (Jessica Biel), 13 Eerie and Faces in the Crowd (Milla Jovovich). Cormican founded and ran the Canadian Short Screenplay Competition (CSSC), where he produced five of the winning short film scripts, including Rusted Pyre, which premiered at the 2011 Festival de Cannes and Will, which won the Golden Sheaf for Best Drama at the Yorkton Film Festival.