Robert Budreau

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Robert Budreau (born January 25, 1974) is a Canadian director, screenwriter and producer at his production company Lumanity with offices in Toronto.

Budreau was born in London, Ontario. Before completing the highly acclaimed Born to Be Blue starring Ethan Hawke, he made the Genie-nominated theatrical feature film That Beautiful Somewhere starring Roy Dupuis, and before that, he made a series of short films that won awards at film festival around the world and aired on various television stations.

Filmography[edit]

  • Stockholm (2018)
  • Born to Be Blue (2015)
  • Bank$tas / Cubicle Warriors (2014)
  • Solo (2013)
  • Bodyslam (2013)
  • The Boss (2010)
  • As You Like It (2010)
  • Sunshine Swim Team (2008)
  • That Beautiful Somewhere (2006)
  • The Unspoken Promise (2006)
  • The Secret Miracle (2006)
  • Sunshine Swim Team (2006)
  • Drag (2006)
  • Dry Whiskey (2005)
  • Welcome (2005)
  • Yesteryears (2005)
  • The Unfolding (2004)
  • Judgment Call (2004)
  • Do No Harm (2004)
  • Photographic Fate (2003)
  • Dream Recording (2003)
  • The Multiple Selves of Hannah Maynard (2003)
  • Dylanology (2002)

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