Frank Radford Crawley, "Budge," film producer (b at Ottawa 14 Nov 1911; d at Toronto 13 May 1987). Through his company Crawley Films, he produced hundreds of films over his 40-year career. His vitality and enthusiasm and his enterprising nature enabled him to turn his filmmaking hobby into a career.
Morten Parker, director, writer, producer, educator (b at Winnipeg 28 July 1919). Morten Parker began his career as a journalist and joined the NATIONAL FILM BOARD (NFB) in 1943 to work on numerous documentaries as a writer and director. Eventually he was made responsible for the NFB's labour films.
David Cronenberg, filmmaker (born at Toronto 15 Mar 1943). David Cronenberg studied literature at the University of Toronto and while there made 2 short films. Stereo (1969) and Crimes of the Future (1970) were commentaries on scientific experiments set in a vaguely futuristic world.