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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Keith Behrman (born April 1, 1963 in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian film and television director and writer,[1] who won the Claude Jutra Award in 2003 for his debut film Flower & Garnet.[2]

Behrman also won the Vancouver International Film Festival's Telefilm Canada Award for best emerging Western Canadian feature film director in 2002,[3] and the film was named to the Toronto International Film Festival's annual Canada's Top Ten list for 2002.[4]

His second feature film, Giant Little Ones, premiered in 2018.[5]

Behrman also wrote and directed the short films Thomas, White Cloud, Blue Mountain,[6] Ernest and Cape Breton Highlands,[7] and has directed episodes of the television series Da Vinci's Inquest,[2] Godiva's, This Is Wonderland and The Stagers.

References

  1. ^ "Vancouver director wins Jutra Award for feature". Vancouver Sun, January 15, 2003.
  2. ^ a b "Vancouver's Behrman wins Jutra Award". The Globe and Mail, January 15, 20003.
  3. ^ "Festival draws 150,000 viewers: Downtown presence, more screenings credited with increase over last year's 140,000". Vancouver Sun, October 12, 2002.
  4. ^ "Lots to love in Canada's films: Judges select country's top 10". Vancouver Sun, January 22, 2003.
  5. ^ "Lady Gaga, Julia Roberts, and Hugh Jackman lead TIFF’s 2018 lineup". The Globe and Mail, July 24, 2018.
  6. ^ "Egoyan film to open festival". Vancouver Sun, July 30, 1997.
  7. ^ "Film celebrates national parks through images and music". Waterloo Region Record, June 30, 2011.

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