Paul Armstrong is a film, television and theatre producer. Feature film credits include the Telefilm financed ‘Moving Malcolm’ by Benjamin Ratner starring Elizabeth Berkley; the Genie Award nominated ‘See Grace Fly’ starring Gina Chiarelli and Paul McGillion and ‘Ill-Fated’, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and stars Peter Outerbridge. He is currently in post-production on the documentary Revolution, The Legacy of the Sixties and in development on three dramatic feature films.
Short film credits include ‘Everything’s Coming up Rosie’ starring Jodelle Ferland & Ian Tracey, ‘The Bar’ starring Peter Deluise, ‘Break a Leg, Rosie’ starring Carly Pope & Ian Tracey, and ‘Mon amour mon parapluie’ with cameos by William Gibson & Douglas Coupland. Paul has also produced music videos for, among others, Bif Naked, Jim Byrnes, Jessie Farrell and Jeff Martin of the ‘Tea Party’. Commercial projects have included on-line viral webisode campaigns (Nintendo), corporate videos (Red Cross, Glentel), television commercials (Storyeum), radio and television commercial campaigns (WirelessWave), special event videos (Molson Canadian) and talk shows including ‘Daytime’ (now ‘Urban Rush’) for which Paul received a LEO Award.
He is co-founder and producer of The Celluloid Social Club, a monthly screening series of independent short films. For the First Weekend Club, Paul produces Canada Screens, a monthly screening of Canadian feature films. Paul is also on the boards of the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival, Vancouver Short Film Festival & Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists Society. He has produced 20 plays, from Shakespeare to Ibsen to Mamet.