Dee McCullay


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Dee McCullay (stage) is a Canadian born film maker. While contemplating between funeral director and film production, he went to one of the film festivals in 2010, and after leaving the festival he decided on film production. He self taught techniques and editing, and began creating short films, while landing a part in Rodney Dwira's 10-57 (2010) ... See full bio »

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Paranormal Survivor Dee Thackery
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Fallacious Writer
(2016)

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 2019 Destination Nipigon (Video)
 2018 Northern Lights (A UFO Documentary) (Video documentary)
 2018 Sasquatch on Lake Superior II (Video documentary short)
 2016/III Scars (Short) (screenplay)
 2016 Border Patrol (Short) (screenplay)
 2016 Fallacious (Short) (as Don McCauley Dee McCullay)
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Alternate Names:

Don McCauley Dee McCullay | Don Mccauley
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I would say if you are getting into film the way I did, bypassing school and just going for it... it's a tough life. There is no guild. It's sheer will and determination. It's getting up in the morning and being a do-er. It's looking at your work and criticizing it to death and continually striving to make it better or top it. Never give up on the dream. Just don't stop.

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