Reid started working in the film business in 2005 as a private equity investor. His first main film was When a Man Falls in the Forest, a psychological thriller (starring Dylan Baker and Timothy Hutton) about the lives of three men who each reveal that they deal with their problems in different, self-destructive ways. Karen Fields - played by Sharon Stone - faces the reality of her dying marriage and seeks comfort in unlawful and forbidden activities of her own. The film was selected to be in the 2007 Berlin International Film Festival.
Since then, he has been credited on a number of other works, including Battle in Seattle, which was one of the opening night films at the Toronto Film Festival. He also participated in the production of Numb, an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival, and Cover, which was endorsed by the NAACP in 2008.
|?||7 Days As a Kingpin||(Producer)|
|2009||The Anatomy of Hate||(Producer)|
|2008||While She Was Out||(Producer)|
|2007||Christmas in Wonderland||(Producer)|
|2007||Battle in Seattle||(Executive Producer)|
|2007||When a Man Falls in the Forest||(Executive Producer)|
|2005||Her Minor Thing||(Executive Producer)|