Bill Stewart

Bill Stewart is a Producer, Writer, and Director based in Edmonton. He has over 35 years experience in the film and television industry. The documentary films he has made have been selected for showing at festivals around the world, including the John Grierson Film Festival, the Robert Flaherty Festival and the Margaret Mead Film Festival, as well as the Museum of the American Indian in New York and the British Museum of Mankind in London.

As Film and Video Producer for the Government of the Northwest Territories he produced, wrote and directed over a hundred film and video productions, winning national and international awards including two Gabriel Awards, a Red Ribbon at the American Film and Video Festival and a Gemini Award. Bill spent eight years as Senior Film and Video Consultant for Alberta Culture, developing programs of support for film and video makers through the Alberta Foundation for the Arts. He was one of the creators of the groundbreaking Canada/Alberta Cultural Industries Agreement.

Bill holds the degree of Master of the Arts from the School of Film and Television, Royal College of Art, London, U.K.

Bill and Raymond made their first documentary together , We Remember, for CBC in 1979 and went on to make The Last Mooseskin Boat with NFB in 1981. They have been working together in Earth Magic Media since 1999.

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Films by Bill Stewart