Ted Stenson


Ted Stenson is a Calgary-based writer and filmmaker. He has an MFA in Playwriting from the University of Calgary and has taught screenwriting and playwriting at the University of Calgary, NUTV, West Island College, and Waldorf Junior High School.

Ted’s films and plays have been screened and performed in Canada and the United States, including his Telefilm Talent-to-Watch supported feature film Events Transpiring Before, During, and After a High School Basketball Game which premiered at VIFF in 2020 and screened at over 15 festivals in North America, winning the Reel Canadian Indie award at the Canadian Film Festival and Best Ensemble Cast at RiverRun Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival and Hell’s Half Mile Film Festival. In 2022, Ted wrote and directed Living Without Menace, a documentary about the Alberta Rat Patrol for CBC’s Absolutely Canadian series. Currently, Ted is in development on several screenplays through the Alberta Media Fund.

Classes: Screenwriting with Ted Stenson