Bryce Sage

Bryce Sage, (Canada)

Filmmaker/Producer

Bryce Sage is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and producer. He wrote and directed two science documentaries for CBC’s The Nature of Things, including Survival of the Fabulous, which he co-produced with Connie Edwards of Souleado Entertainment, and The Curious Case of Vitamins and Me with Merit Motion Pictures. Bryce also contributed as producer for CBC’s Marketplace for an episode about personalized genetic testing. A graduate of Ryerson University’s Documentary Media MFA, as well as the Canadian Film Centre’s Primetime Television Program, Bryce is also a writer of grounded, research-intensive scripted drama. Bryce worked in the writing room of hit ABC/Global series Rookie Blue and he has a one-hour drama, Marked, currently under option with Entertainment One. Bryce is currently developing a documentary web series about the science of mental health, 1001 Ways to Wonder. Bryce is producing, alongside Executive Producer Janice Dawe (Sugar Coated), for which he received development financing from TELUS Fund.

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  • Hay John

    Of all the gatherings of TV people throughout the year, Congress feels the friendliest. It's stimulating but supportive, small enough to allow proper conversations but broad enough in its reach to give you a new perspective on your own patch. And I always leave full of new ideas.

    John Hay, Head of Specialist Factual, Channel 4
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    Ah, Congress. You have captured a place in my heart! Every year I juggle my daft diary to allow time for you, to see you in your stunning new location, to bathe in your sea of grand ideas alongside the clever folks who are also drawn to you. You are a splendid creation, a crafty mix of business and pleasure, challenge and inspiration. No matter my role you bring gifts, including friendships most prized. Thank you, dear Congress. I shall see you soon.

    Sonya Pemberton, Creative Director, Genepool Productions
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    Science Congress is a great opportunity to meet the world’s factual producers and broadcasters, and get the true story out of them like nowhere else!

    Thomas Viner, Creative Director, Pioneer
  • Soullier Alex Web14

    The WCSP is always a mark in my time line. A strategic moment, a great opportunity to discover the trends of the year on an international scale, and have some passionate discussions with colleagues and international broadcasters. Can't wait for the next one!

    Alexandre Soullier, Producer, Bonne Pioche Television
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    WCSFP is simply the best, cutting-edge, ultimate, extraordinary, top notch, outstanding, ground-breaking, trend-setting, expert-driven factual congress in the world. I can’t wait to see all friends and peers again to set up for our pre-x-mas family style binge-watching meeting. No way to miss the buzz and fun out there every year.

    Ralf Rückauer, Vice President ZDFE.factual, ZDF Enterprises GmbH
  • Ning Mike Web15

    I had been told by my Chinese friends about the fascinating Congress sessions and that was what profoundly impressed me during the Hong Kong edition. The themes of advancing with the times, the experts and producers who really focused on them, the engrossing debate and comprehensive exchange at social events, all made me enjoy the veritably family atmosphere of Congress.

    Mike Ning, Content Operation Director, GZDOC