Robert Cuffley

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Robert Cuffley
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Born Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Occupation Director, Producer, Writer
Years active 1996-Present

Robert Cuffley is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. He began with music videos, directing over 40 in all, before moving into short films, and later, drama.


In 2001, Cuffley directed Turning Paige (2001), starring Nicholas Campbell and Katharine Isabelle.[1] Following this, he directed Walk All over Me (2007), starring Leelee Sobieski.[2] He directed Ferocious, a suspense film starring Amanda Crew, which screened at the Calgary International Film Festival in 2012.[3]

In 2013, Robert exec-produced Ally Was Screaming, a feature film shot in Calgary.[citation needed]

Late in 2016, Robert co-wrote and directed Chokeslam, a wrestling comedy starting Amanda Crew, Chris Marquette, Michael Eklund and Mick Foley. It is scheduled to be released in 2017.

Upcoming films include an R rated comedy and 2NiceGurlz, a pot boil thriller as well as numerous projects developed for Television.



  1. ^ Eisner, Ken (November 9, 2001). "Review: 'Turning Paige'". Variety. 
  2. ^ Gray, Scott A. (October 2007). "Walk All Over Me - Directed by Robert Cuffley". Exclaim!. 
  3. ^ Hobson, Louis (September 19, 2012). "Returning home for Ferocious film". Calgary Sun. 

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