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Kalil Haddad is an experimental filmmaker and video artist based in Toronto, Ontario. Often working in hybrid forms, he has written, directed and edited several short works including: Farm Boy, The Beautiful Room is Emptyand The Taking of Jordan (All American Boy)His films have screened at festivals and gallery exhibitions internationally, and appear in the collections of Vtape, Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre, and The Film-Makers’ Cooperative.

As an editor, he has collaborated with acclaimed filmmakers Sophy Romvari (It’s What Each Person Needs) and John Greyson (International Dawn Chorus Day), among others. This latter work received the TEDDY Award for Best Short Film at the 71st Berlinale.

He holds a BFA in Film Production from York University.