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Lawrence Jackman

LAWRENCE JACKMAN (Co-Writer, Co-Director, Editor) is a Toronto-based filmmaker. Over the past 15 years, he has worked on many award-winning films, focusing primarily on independent documentaries and dramas. He often works as an editorial consultant and has a long-standing association with the NFB in this role. Jackman has experience working at critical stages to creatively and structurally bring films to completion. Both as an editor and a director, he is interested in creative storytelling and pushing genre boundaries. In 2011, he directed How Does It Feel, a documentary musical about the importance of creative fulfillment that tells the story of a singer with cerebral palsy. (7/17)


A Better Man
A film by Attiya Khan & Lawrence Jackman, 2017, 79 min., Color

Filmmaker Attiya Khan was 17 when she dated Steve. Now, two decades later, here they are again, sitting across from each other, not to reminisce but t...



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