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Cynthia Scott, (b. 1939) RCA, is a film director, producer, screenwriter and editor. She won the 1983 Academy Award for her short documentary Flamenco at 5:15, produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
- The Company of Strangers (U.S. release title: Strangers in Good Company) (1990)
- Jack of Hearts (1986)
- Discussions in Bioethics: A Chronic Problem (1985)
- Flamenco at 5:15 (1983)
- For the Love of Dance (1981)
- Scoggie (1975)
- Some Natives of Churchill (1973)
- The Ungrateful Land: Roch Carrier Remembers Ste-Justine (1972)
- "Cynthia Scott". The Film Reference Library. Toronto International Film Festival Group.
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