Scott Smith (director)

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Scott Smith is a Canadian television and film director, born in Alberta and raised in British Columbia. He has directed episodes of the television series Cold Squad, Call Me Fitz, The Guard, Godiva's, Skins, Traders and This Is Wonderland. He has won multiple film festival awards for his 1999 film Rollercoaster. He also directed the 2003 film Falling Angels, based on the Barbara Gowdy novel, which achieved a nomination from the Directors Guild of Canada for Outstanding Achievement in Direction – Feature Film.[1]

Most recently, he directed and photographed the feature documentary, As Slow as Possible, which follows blind author Ryan Knighton on a pilgrimage to Germany to hear a single note change in the notorious 639 year-long performance of the John Cage composition Organ²/ASLSP (As Slow As Possible).

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