John B. Frizzell (born in Kingston, Ontario) is a Canadian screenwriter and film producer.
After several years writing, directing and co-producing the documentary series A Different Understanding for TVOntario, Frizzell joined partners Niv Fichman, Barbara Willis Sweete and Larry Weinstein to found the Canadian production company Rhombus Media. He left Rhombus in the mid-eighties to pursue a career in writing.
His credits include the television series Airwaves, The Rez, Twitch City, Angela Anaconda and Material World and the films A Winter Tan, Getting Married in Buffalo Jump, Life with Billy, Dance Me Outside, On My Own and Lapse of Memory. He was co-winner of a Writers Guild of Canada Award for Lucky Girl.
|1999||Angela Anaconda||TV series|
|1998||Twitch City||TV series|
|1997||Dante's Peak||Film||Main theme by James Newton Howard|
|1994||Dance Me Outside||Film|
|Life with Billy||TV|
|1993||On My Own||Film|
|1992||Lapse of Memory||dialogue|
|1990||Getting Married in Buffalo Jump||TV|
|1999||Carnival of Shadows||TV|
|1999||A Winter Tan||TV|
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