James Dunnison

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James Dunnison is a Canadian film and television director, whose works include Stuff, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (6 episodes), and Less Than Kind (12 episodes), as well as individual episodes of Blood Ties, Hiccups, Arctic Air, Godiva’s, Whistler and Robson Arms. In 1988, he took the Grand Prize at the Cabbagetown Short Film & Video Festival, and he has additionally received the General Idea Award for Artistic Contribution to AIDS Awareness, three Gemini Awards, three Directors Guild of Canada Awards, two Canadian Comedy Awards and multiple Leo Awards.[citation needed]


  • Harris, Bill (September 28, 2010). "'Book of Pure Evil' is pure fun". Winnipeg Sun. Retrieved September 28, 2010.
  • Ostroff, Joshua, "The fall and rise of CanCom"; Eye Weekly, October 8, 2008
  • Thomas, Kevin, "'Tierra del Fuego' Opens Hitchcock Director's Series"; Los Angeles Times, June 22, 2000
  • Dinoff, Distin, "WIFF hit Stuff unspools at VIFF"; Playback, September 20, 1999

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