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Carl Bessai

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Years active  1998–present
Name  Carl Bessai
Role  Film director

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Born  1966 (age 48–49)Edmonton, Alberta
Occupation  Film director Screenwriter Cinematographer Film producer
Education  OCAD University, York University
Nominations  Genie Award for Best Motion Picture, Genie Award for Best Achievement in Direction
Movies  Embrace of the Vampire, Repeaters, Sisters & Brothers, Normal, No Clue
Similar People  Richard de Klerk, Sharon Hinnendael, Kaniehtiio Horn, Benjamin Ratner, Dustin Milligan

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Carl Bessai (born 1966 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian film director and screenwriter. Bessai studied at OCAD University and at York University in Toronto graduating with a Master of Fine Arts Degree. He got his start directing documentary films before moving to Vancouver and directing his debut feature film Johnny in 1999. Bessai has made a career working on low-budget independent features but has worked with A-List actors Ian McKellen and Deborah Kara Unger on his film Emile and Carrie-Anne Moss on his film Normal. He was nominated for the Genie Award for Best Achievement in Direction for the latter film. Bessai is a member of the Director’s Guild of Canada, the Writer’s Guild of Canada, and the Canadian Film and Television Producer's Association.

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Selected filmography

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  • Sisters & Brothers (2011)
  • Fathers & Sons (2010)
  • Repeaters (2010)
  • Cole (2009)
  • Mothers & Daughters (2008)
  • Normal (2007)
  • Unnatural & Accidental (2006)
  • Severed: Forest of the Dead (2005)
  • Emile (2003)
  • Lola (2001)
  • Johnny (1999)
  • References

    Carl Bessai Wikipedia


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