Brett Sullivan has edited numerous features and over one hundred hours of television, receiving respective Genie and Gemini nominations in 2001 for Ginger Snaps and Lucky Girl. He won a Gemini Award in 1998 for Best Picture Editing in a Dramatic Program or Series for Psi Factor. In 1998 he wrote and directed his first short film, Shudder, followed by 6ix in 1999 and The Promise, starring Gordon and Leah Pinsent in 2001. Sullivan also attended the Director's Resident Programme at the Canadian Film Centre in 2001. Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed (2004) is his feature directorial debut. He also co-directed and produced Love Never Dies (2012), the sequel to The Phantom of the Opera.