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Robert G. P.
Toronto, Ontario ML
Reel available on request
– Ontario in the Global
Bazaar – a sixtyminute documentary, shot in SE Asia and Ontario
that looks at Ontario’s economic future.
– Taste of Ontario
– a sixtyminute documentary that explores Ontario’s slow
food movement and the emergence of
regional wines and cuisines.
– The New North –
a onehour special shot on a train heading up the Algoma Central Railway
which incorporates stories from along the rails.
– Living with Bears
The failure of the blueberry crop leaves the northern town of Kenora
over run with bears.
– A Journey through
the Middle Ages – Under the care of an Avenue Road antiaging
clinic, Robert P. attempts to see if it really is possible to slow
or reverse the aging process.
– The End of the Road
For six weeks a year the aboriginal community of Muscrat Dam
and the town of Pickle Lake are connected by iceroads.
– Canada’s South Coast
– a documentary look at the men and women who work as sailors on the
Researcher – DubaiMiracle or Mirage?
Tremer Productions/for CBC Te
Director/producer – Allan Gregg in Conversation,
Writer, story producer – Ed’s Up!
Peacepoint Productions. OLN
Director CEA a dance video shot in Alberta, played at festivals
Paula Todd: PersonPerson
TVOntario. Worked in the documentary unit of Studio, which
in was named Canada’s best current affairs program.
Freelance field producer and documentary
director. I produced field pieces for Studio and Imprint
on subjects ranging from blues guitarist Coco Montoya, to a series about
Architects on Architecture. I also wrote and produced a
documentary called “The Lavender Trials,” for CBC Radio. It
was a look at the hunt for gays and lesbians in the military and civil
service from until the ’s.
Colleges of Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Part of a team, which designed
facilities, wrote curriculum and established
the first Communication Arts
Program in a women’s college in the Arabian Gulf.
Researcher and lineup
editor “For Generations to Come.” National Film Board of Canada.
Story Editor and
writer for the Originals, Sleeping Giant Productions.
SelfEmployed, Jarah Productions Ltd. During this period I wrote
four radio drama serials for CBC Radio and sold a screenplay called
“The Devil’s Punchbowl” to Primedia. The BBC currently
owns it. Also freelanced and produced field pieces for CBC Midday
and Sunday Arts Entertainment. I also freelanced as a speechwriter.
Clients included Monte Kwinter and former Premier David Peterson.
Executive Producer Ideas, CBC Radio. I hired Lister Sinclair as
host and revamped the program for
the move from AM to FM.
Senior Arts Producer, Morningside
Honours BA, University
of Calgary English/History
University of Windsor
English & Creative Writing under the
of Joyce Carol Oates
Prix Anik award for research, CBC MOW
“The War Brides,”
Peabody Nomination for “The Loyalists,”
ACTRA Radio Drama writer award for “Cindy.”
Best Short Story Award University of
A field piece, “PI – the Perimeter
Institute” – was shown at this year’s Yorkton Television Festival.
Journalists for Free Expression
CMG – Canadian Media Guild
DOC – Documentary Organization of Canada
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television
have served on various juries.
Judy Brake – Producer –
The Agenda with Steve Paikin – x
Past board member of the St. Lawrence
Currently: Member of the Board
of Directors of Heritage Toronto
Chair of the Communications Committee
– member of the Executive search committee which recently hired Karen
Carter as Executive Director of HT. Have also given speeches at
numerous Heritage Toronto events.