| 4 February 1970 (age 45) (1970-02-04) |
writer, film director, and producer
The Pineville Heist, Fort Abraham Lincoln, The Sum of Random Chance, I've Had Just about Enough o
Leeds Beckett University
Lee Chambers Wikipedia
Lee Chambers (born 4 February 1970) is a British-Canadian writer, film director, and producer. In 2012 he won the Best Screenwriter award from Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards for his Australian short film, Hugh Jackman Saves the World.
Chambers attended Sault College of Applied Arts & Technology in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, graduating with honours with a diploma in advertising art and graphic design in 1991. This was followed by a City and Guilds diploma in video and television production in 1995, and a post-graduate diploma in film production from Leeds Metropolitan University in the United Kingdom in 1997.
Chambers spent a decade out of Canada, working in England and Los Angeles in writing and directing drama shorts, music videos and commercials.
In 1999, he began presenting educational film workshops at film festivals, media colleges and universities throughout the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Canada. In 2005 he created the Make It Short Film Project which attracted Paul Haggis, Denys Arcand, Roger Corman and David Cronenberg as executive producers.Best Screenwriter of the Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards (2012)
2nd Best Screenplay of the Canada International Film Festival (2011)