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Sean Lindsay is a producer, cinematographer and director. Currently associated with the Alberta College of Art and Design as the Digital Content Producer and Director within ACAD’s Continuing Education and Enterprise section, Sean has more than 22 years of prior experience in film production, on major IATSE productions such as Inception (Warner Bros.), Brokeback Mountain (Focus Features), Into the West (DreamWorks Television), and Shoebox Zoo (BBC Scotland) as well as on countless private and corporate productions as owner of the independent company Falstaff Productions. His creative film projects include co-directing Stories From the River’s Edge with Marc Scholes, a documentary about Calgary’s East Village—funded by the Canadian Red Cross and The Calgary Foundation—The Coffee Trade (a contender in the 2013 National Film Challenge), and Accidental Passenger (a finalist in the 2012 National Film Challenge). His most challenging project continues to be the documentary Somaliland: Republic of Nowhere, shot on location in Somaliland and detailing the tremendous rebuilding of the war-ravaged, internationally unrecognized country by its Canadian expatriates—segments of this documentary were edited and broadcast in October 2009 on CBC’s Dispatches.
With The Alberta College of Art and Design, Sean has produced a wide range of online and blended learning content, marketing and recruitment collateral, and a series of independent film projects.
Sean is currently directing and producing the film Educating the Next Generation for an Art-Enabled Life, connecting local artists with middle school students and examining the tools youth can adopt to flourish in their lives. Alongside this film, Sean is also producing a series of curriculum prototype videos for the Calgary Board of Education. At ACAD, Sean has also completed two documentary interview films with local artists: The Colour of Colour: Conversations with Don Kottmann, and I am Surfacing, an interview with Gary Olson, as well as an experimental short-film with nationally-recognized artist Chris Cran, titled Chris Cran, Self-Portrait of a Genius.
Email me—email@example.com—or call me at (403) 978-7101.