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Will Wolf

Named Best Canadian Female Director, Best Director and winning Best Film, in addition to Best Sci-Fi Film in 2020 & 2021 [Her Coming]. In July 2022 Christie won a Canadian Leo Award for Best Screenwriting [Television Movie] in addition to garnering a Best Director Nomination [Television Movie]. September 2022 Will Wolf was selected (one of 5 new content creators) for Royal Bank of Canada's "Series Fest " ; Best New Series Creator at The Toronto International Film Festival [Fishing For Men]. December 2021, Christie received a Best Director Nomination [Television Movie], and in 2020 Will was awarded the Directors Guild of Canada's Legacy Award, in addition to receiving a Best Screenwriting Leo Award 2019 [Killer Ending].

"Plain and simple, she's a trail blazer. Christie came up before the female director movement... She made a career for herself by being a remarkable story teller. She's simply one of the best"

Gerry Hamel, The Film Observer


"“In the long and proud history of Lifetime cheerleading films, Identity Theft Of A Cheerleader is perhaps the best yet.  I don’t say this lightly because there’s been some great Lifetime cheerleading films.  But what sets Identity Theft Of A Cheerleader apart from all the others is the wonderfully unhinged — yet, at times, oddly sympathetic..."


"Identity Theft Of A Cheerleader embraces the melodrama as all good Lifetime film should but, at the same time, it also taps into a very real human emotion."


"...An instant cult classic for the network "


Re: Identity Theft of a Cheerleader


"From Hallmark to Lifetime to Netflix: 11 Must -Watch Christmas Movies...  A timeless holiday classic... The Director effortlessly merges comedy with tender heart felt moments that work flawlessly"


- Sarah Hearon 

re: Poinsettias' For Christmas


"Christie Will created a dream-like atmosphere and added just enough surreal touches that the audience was kept off-balance.  Up until the very end of the film, I was expecting Lily to suddenly wake up and discover that she had just been having a particularly vivid fantasy."


- Marie Bowman 

re: Her Infidelity 

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