Camera, Film, & Tape
University of Winnipeg
Co-directed the experimental film "The Forbidden Room" with Evan Johnson.
Co-directed the short film "Puberty" with Evan Johnson.
Directed the thriller "Keyhole."
Directed the silent film, "Brand Upon the Brain" his first film made outside of Canada.
Directed the acclaimed documentary "My Winnipeg."
Helmed "Cowards Bend the Knee."
Directed "The Saddest Music in the World."
Directed "Twilight of the Ice Nymphs," featuring Alice Krige.
Was the subject of the film "Guy Maddin: Waiting for Twilight."
Directed "Careful," a film examining an incestuous family.
Helmed the WWII drama, "Archangel"; also penned and served as art director, sound technician, editor and cinematographer.
Directed first feature, "Tales From the Gimli Hospital"; also edited, produced and served as director of photography.
Wrote, shot, edited and directed first film, the 30-minute short "The Dead Father."
Is a highly respected installation artist, having created artworks for the Power Plant gallery in Toronto, the Toronto International Film Festival's Bell Lightbox, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Published companion books to his films "Cowards Bend the Knee" and "My Winnipeg."
Was awarded the Persistence of Vision Award for lifetime achievement in film at San Francisco International Film Festival.
"You can be a filmmaking primitive but still get the literary truth out there. " - from indiewire.com, Jan. 28, 2015
"Whenever I'm faced with a decision on how to shoot something, I think of my daughter at 5 years old. She would just produce drawings really quickly, decisively and beautifully. She knew not to take more than a second to decide what to do —discover the image, create it, and then pronounce it done. So I've always tried to try to put a kind of kindergardener arts & crafts spell over my work." - from indiewire.com, Jan. 28, 2015
Held several jobs after graduating from college, working as a bank teller, a photo archivist, and a house painter.
Teaches film at the University of Manitoba.