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Giles Walker is a Scottish-born Canadian film director.
- The Masculine Mystique (1984) - co-writer, co-producer, co-director with John N. Smith
- 90 Days (1985) – writer, producer, director
- Ordinary Magic (1993) - director
- Never Too Late (1997) – director
- Little Men (1999) – director, 1 episode
- Blind Terror (2001) – director
- Tales from the Neverending Story (2001) – director, 2 episodes
- Fries with That? (2004, YTV) – director, 11 episodes
- Doctor*Ology (2007, Discovery Channel) – director, 2 episodes
- Stukator, Angela (30 May 2013). "Pictures of age and ageing in Cynthia Scott's The Company of Strangers". In Eugene P. Walz. Canada's Best Features: Critical Essays on 15 Canadian Films. Rodopi. p. 239. ISBN 978-9042015982.
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