Caribou Moving Pictures
Timothy Bryant is the visionary force and founding caribou behind Caribou Moving Pictures. Growing up in Burbank, California, surrounded by the industry, his experience includes work as executive liaison to the vice president of Columbia Pictures Entertainment Television, publicity coordinator at Columbia Pictures Studios and producer’s assistant, camera assistant, client liaison and more at ABC, Churchill Films, Film Fair Studios, NBC, Warner Bros., MTV, Nickelodeon, CBS, ShowTime and The Disney Channel. He has also worked almost every job behind the camera, including work on “Who’s the Boss?”, “Married, with Children”, “Designing Women” and “My Two Dads”. In 1984, Tim started his own production company, Caribou Moving Pictures, where he wrote, directed and produced several short movies, including Hunger and Greed (1995), which received an Outstanding Achievement in Production Award from the Arizona Film Society, and Way Station Detours (2000), which won Audience Favorite at the 2000 Saguaro International Film Festival. He also wrote and produced the science fiction adventure feature film Planet of the Killer Robots (2003).