Early in his career, Mr. Pryce co-wrote and directed his first feature film, “Revenge of the Radioactive Reporter”. This campy horror film went on to win Best Independent Feature at The Houston International Film Festival and was sold to MCA/Universal Studios, who released it in 65 countries. Following up on his first success, Craig went on to produce and direct the horror flick, “The Dark”, starring Neve Campbell. The film won Best Horror Movie at The Festival of the Americans. It was picked up by HBO, Miramax and Polygram Film Entertainment. Craig has optioned several of his screenplays and directed several television series including “Psi Factor” for CBS/Eyemark, “Goosebumps” for Fox Network, “Zack Files” for ABC Family, and “Life with Derek” for The Disney Channel. With over ninety episodic credits, Mr. Pryce has received four Directors Guild nominations and two Gemini nominations. Craig also directed episodes of “Dark Oracle”, a series that won an International Emmy. Returning to long form, Mr. Pryce has developed and directed several television movies including the romantic comedies “I Me Wed” and “Double Wedding” for the Lifetime Movie Network. He also Executive Produced and directed “The Good Witch” franchise, the longest running and highest rated movie series for The Hallmark Channel. The seven movies star Catherine Bell (Jag, Army Wives). He also recently directed and Executive Produced “Charming Christmas” starring Julie Benz (Dexter) and David Sutcliffe (The Gilmour Girls). Currently, Craig is Executive Producer and the lead director on his fifth season of “Good Witch”. The series was Co-Created by Mr. Pryce and is the number one rated show on US cable on Sunday nights, the highest rated scripted series ever on W network (Corus) and is playing internationally on Netflix. Craig recently wrote the independent feature “The Marijuana Conspiracy” based on a true story circa Toronto 1972. The film has recently completed principal photography in early 2019.