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John Walker is one of Canada's finest director/cinematographers working in the documentary genre, and his films have won international acclaim. From his fiction film collaboration, A Winter Tan, described by a "Globe and Mail" critic as "unlike any other film anywhere" to his personal exploration of myth and imagination in The Fairy Faith, Walker ... See full bio »

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 2013 Bad Coyote (Documentary)
 2007 River of Life (Documentary)
 2003 Men of the Deeps (Documentary)
 1999 And So to Bed (Documentary)
 1999 Tops & Bottoms (Documentary)
 1996 Referendum: Take 2 (Documentary)
 1996 Tough Assignment (Documentary)
 1995 The Champagne Safari (Documentary)
 1990 Distress Signals (Documentary)
 1989 Strand, Under the Dark Cloth (Documentary)
 1989 Screenplay (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Loving Hazel (1989)
 1988 Growing Up in the World Next Door (Documentary)
 1988 Calling the Shots (Documentary)
 1987 Eternal Earth (Documentary short)
 1987 Harry's Kingdom (TV Movie)
 1987 Mr. Nobody (Short)
 1987 A Winter Tan
 1986 Blue Snake (Documentary)
 1986 Inner Rhythm (Documentary short)
 1985 Dad's House, Mom's House (Documentary)
 1985 The Start of a Lifetime (Documentary short)
 1983 Chambers: Tracks & Gestures (Documentary)
 1981 Acid Rain: Requiem or Recovery (Documentary short)
 1980 To Sense the Wonder (Documentary short)
 1979 Tree Power (Documentary short)
 1978 Celtic Spirits (Documentary short)
 1977 Mountain: The Work of James B. Spencer (Documentary short)
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