Geordie Day is a documentary filmmaker, and television producer/director. His films have played on television, demand services, and in theatres at festivals and screenings, around the world.
In 2017 he co-produced, Charles Manson: Final words, which contained the last ever recorded interviews with Manson. The film aired on REELZ, and was featured on TMZ, Megan Kelly Live, in Rolling Stone, Billboard Magazine, and The New York Times.
Over the course of the last two years, Geordie has directed 21 episodes of The Shocking Truth and 33 episodes of Sex, Lies and Murder. Both true crime shows, airing on REELZ in the US and other stations internationally.
His 2015 documentary, Unnatural Enemies looks at Alberta’s controversial wolf management polices, including its use of wire snares, strychnine poisoning and bounty hunters. The film won the prestigious Genesis Award handed out by the American Humane Society.
His 2016 Film, Born Blue chronicles a team of doctors from all over the world who travel to Guyana, South America, to perform heart surgeries on children and to establish a sustainable cardiology program. The film aired on CBC’s Documentary Channel and won an Anthem Award for Best International Documentary. It was screened in Guyana in front of the Prime Minister and Minister of Health to lobby for a change in healthcare policy.
Geordie’s latest film, Tough Guy: The Bob Probert story, is an intimate portrait of the life and career of the legendary NHL enforcer, including never before heard interviews with Probert conducted just before he died. It's been written about in The Detroit Free Press, Barstool Sports and USA Today. After a film festival run this spring, the documentary will be released in in select theatres throughout the United States.
awards & recognitions
Charles Manson: The Final Words
Best Dramatic Documentary
Red Rock Film Fest
Calgary Underground Film Fest
Best International Documentary
Anthem Film Festival
Unnatural Enemies: The War on Wolves
International TV Documentary
Through Their Eyes Film Festival
Nature Namur Festival International
Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
International Wildlife Film Festival
Tel: (403) 875-3155