Allan Kroeker

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City of birth: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Documentary cameraman/editor for Office National du Film (aka NFB Canada), under Michael Scott, Wolf Koenig, John Spotton and Roman Kroiter. Contributing cameraman on Paul Cowan's "Going The Distance" (Oscar Nomination 1980: Best Documentary Feature), also cameraman/editor on Halya Kuchmij's "Strongest Man In The World" (Genie Award 1981: Best Theatrical Short). Indebted to Robert Altman for citing short film "God Is Not a Fish Inspector" in an interview (Edmonton Journal). Also writer/director adapting short works of fiction to film, by authors Leo Tolstoy, Heinrich Böll, Governor General's Award Winners Rudy Wiebe, Gabrielle Roy and Guy Vanderhaeghe, Also W.D. Valgardson, and most significantly Alistair MacLeod. Most adaptations were for producer Stan Thomas (CanWest CKND), winning over 50 awards (as CKND Drama Project): New York, San Francisco, Houston, Columbus, Gabriel Awards, etc. Director of episodic television and some MOW's since 1987. Shooting non-fiction recently for charitable organizations: addictions/recovery and disaster relief (re-construction after Hurricanes Katrina & Sandy, Detroit Flood 2014). Member: Directors Guild of America (DGA) Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) Writers Guild of Canada (WGC)

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