George Dunning, animator (b at Toronto 17 Nov 1920; d at London, UK 15 Feb 1979). George Dunning studied at the Ontario Art College and in 1943 went to work for the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA (NFB). During his short time with the NFB - he left in 1947 - he displayed a strong, individual talent.
Jeremy Podeswa, screenwriter, producer, director (born at Toronto 1962). Jeremy Podeswa is one of those rare Canadian filmmakers who, as well as being an A-list director of "quality" American television, is internationally recognized as a creator of distinctive Canadian feature films.
François Barbeau, costume designer, theatre director, artistic director, set designer (b at Montréal 20 July 1935). François Barbeau's career in the Québec theatre rests not only on flawless knowledge of fashion, cut, and character creation, but also on the use and even the design of material.
Rock Demers, producer (b at Sainte Cécile-de-Levard, Qué 11 Dec 1933). After studying education and audiovisual techniques, he began to work in the film industry in 1960, first in the area of distribution and second for Montréal's International Festival of Film, which he managed from 1962 to 1967.
Robert Gill, theatre and opera director, teacher (b at Spokane, Wash 19 July 1911; d at Toronto 10 Aug 1974). He studied acting, production and singing at the Cleveland Playhouse on a Rockefeller Foundation scholarship after taking a BA and MFA at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology.