|Occupation||film director, producer, screenwriter|
|Born to Be Blue, Stockholm|
|Awards||Canadian Screen Award for Best Adapted Screenplay (Stockholm), DGC Award for Best Direction in a Feature Film (Stockholm)|
Robert Budreau (born January 25, 1974) is a Canadian film director, screenwriter and producer.
Budreau was born in London, Ontario, and raised in Ingersoll. He made a number of short films before releasing his feature debut, That Beautiful Somewhere, in 2006. His second feature film, Born to Be Blue, followed in 2015. In 2018 he released Stockholm, for which he won the award for Best Adapted Screenplay at the 7th Canadian Screen Awards and the Directors Guild of Canada's DGC Award for Best Direction in a Feature Film.
Through his production firm Lumanity Productions, Budreau has also produced short and feature films by other directors.
- Dylanology (2002)
- The Multiple Selves of Hannah Maynard (2003)
- Dream Recording (2003)
- Photographic Fate (2003)
- Do No Harm (2004)
- Judgment Call (2004)
- The Unfolding (2004)
- Yesteryears (2005)
- Welcome (2005)
- Dry Whiskey (2005)
- Drag (2006)
- Sunshine Swim Team (2006)
- The Secret Miracle (2006)
- The Unspoken Promise (2006)
- That Beautiful Somewhere (2006)
- Sunshine Swim Team (2008)
- As You Like It (2010)
- The Boss (2010)
- Bodyslam (2013)
- Solo (2013)
- Bank$tas / Cubicle Warriors (2014)
- Born to Be Blue (2015)
- Stockholm (2018)
- Delia's Gone (TBA)
- Greg Colgan, "Ingersoll-raised Hollywood director Robert Budreau to star at Forest City Film Festival". Woodstock Sentinel-Review, September 12, 2019.
- Chris Knight, "It's not rocket science: the scenery steals all the scenes!". National Post, April 20, 2007.
- Peter Howell, "Born to Be Blue blends fact, fiction". Waterloo Region Record, March 18, 2016.
- "Les Québécois remportent plus de la moitié des trophées à l'avant-gala des prix Écrans canadiens". Ici Radio-Canada, March 31, 2019.
- "Director's Guild of Canada names best homegrown films and TV shows". Q, October 28, 2019.
- N'Duka, Amanda (October 13, 2020). "Stephan James, Marisa Tomei, Paul Walter Hauser To Star In 'Delia's Gone' Drama From Robert Budreau". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved October 19, 2020.
- "Developing filmmakers". Sudbury Star, March 6, 2014.