Bill Robertson (director)

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Bill Robertson is a Canadian film and television director, producer and screenwriter.[1]

A 1988 graduate of York University's film studies program,[2] he released the feature film The Events Leading Up to My Death in 1991.[2] He won an Acura Award for Best Canadian Screenplay at the Vancouver International Film Festival.[3] His second feature film, Apartment Hunting, was released in 2000.[1]

His other credits include the short film A Christmas Haircut, and the television series True Crimes: The First 72 Hours, Museum Secrets and Ghostly Encounters.

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  1. ^ a b "Long wait for filmmakers". Toronto Star, April 9, 1999.
  2. ^ a b "Canadian movie tale: It all started at the corner store". Toronto Star, June 5, 1992.
  3. ^ "Robertson wins screenwriting award". The Globe and Mail, October 16, 1991.

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