Chadwick Pelletier is an award-winning American-Canadian screenwriter, filmmaker, and entrepreneur. As a WGA screenwriter, Chadwick has written, optioned, and sold film and TV content at the highest level in the industry. His work as a director and producer has earned him numerous awards, including the coveted Golden Eagle statue at San Diego International Film Festival (For Blood) and two Red Poppy Awards (She Will Be Loved).
In 2017, Chadwick founded the DaVinci International Film Festival, which hosts an annual event at AMC Theatres, The Grove in Los Angeles, and is ranked among the top best reviewed festival platforms in the world. Chadwick is also the owner and CEO at Veritas Film & Television with offices in Los Angeles CA and Vancouver BC.
Early Life & Career
Chadwick Pelletier was born and raised in Colorado where he grew up as a downhill ski racer in Steamboat Springs before graduating from Harvard (Hons.) and moving to Los Angeles to pursue his dream in Hollywood. His early work in the entertainment industry began as a voiceover artist for DIC Entertainment’s hit cartoon series Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994) which paved his way into the Screen Actors Guild and later to guest star on a number of popular TV shows including Brotherly Love (1995) and Beverly Hills 90210 (1990). In 1999, after a short stint on MTV’s Road Rules (1995), Chadwick starred in Toby Keith’s award-winning music video, “You Shouldn’t Kiss Me Like This” and later appeared in a number of print campaigns.
In 2001, Chadwick wrote and optioned his first feature screenplay and later went on to develop properties for Hollywood’s foremost production companies and networks under the banner of his freelance creative development company, Veritas Film & Television (VFT).