R. Paul Dhillon

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R. Paul Dhillon is an Indo-Canadian journalist and head of MMM Films and Blueberry Street Motion Pictures. Dhillon is also a film writer, director, producer and cinematographer. Dhillon is a graduate of Simon Fraser University.

In addition to his work in film, Dhillon is the editor of British Columbia's oldest weekly newspaper, The Link. He received the Best National Editorial Award from the Ethnic Journalists Association in 2005 for his reportage on the Kanishka tragedy.[1]


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  • The Fusion Generation
  • Spiceland


  1. ^ "Thought-provoking cinema". The Tribune. Retrieved February 25, 2015. 

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