A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre, Jordan Walker has produced award-winning short and feature films that have screened at festivals such as, Cannes, Slamdance and the Toronto International Film Festival, and broadcast on CBC, TMN, Movie Central and Bravo!. In 2014, he produced The Privileged, staring Sam Trammel (True Blood), which premiered at Cinefest and was broadcast internationally. Walker produced the 2015 comedy hit, How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town, written and directed by Jeremy LaLonde, which the Los Angeles Times called “Hilarious, with surprising heart.” The film won Best Film at the Canadian Film Festival, Best Independent Film at The Edmonton International Film Festival. It also had its U.S. premiere at Slamdance 2016, and was released theatrically on more than 100 screens worldwide after selling in 18 territories. Walker is in post-production on the comedy feature, The Go-Getters, written by Aaron Abrams (Young People Fucking) and Brendan Gall (Blindspot). In addition to Mika Rekai’s female-driven sex comedy, he is developing several original television series and packaging a sci-fi comedy written by Jonas Chernick and Jeremy LaLonde.