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Kalil Haddad is an experimental filmmaker and video artist based in Toronto. Operating within a range of forms, he has written and directed several short works including: Farm Boy (19), Vampires Drink Blood... I Drink Sorrow (21), and The Taking of Jordan (22). His films have screened internationally at festivals and gallery exhibitions in Europe, Latin America, and the United States. Writing on his films have appeared in Cinema Year Zero, Counter Arts, and Canadian Art.

As an editor, he has collaborated with filmmakers Sophy Romvari (It’s What Each Person Needs, 22) and John Greyson (International Dawn Chorus Day, 21), among others. This former work was released digitally by The New Yorker, while the latter received the TEDDY Award for Best Short Film at the 71st Berlinale.

His work appears in the collections of The Film-Makers’ Cooperative, Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, and Vtape.