Robert Budreau

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Robert Budreau (born January 25, 1974) is a Canadian film director, screenwriter and producer.

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.

At the 7th Canadian Screen Awards, he won the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Stockholm.[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • 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)

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