Dwayne Beaver

Dwayne Beaver

A.A., M.A.

Instructor - Motion Picture Arts Program

Dwayne Beaver is a writer, director and producer working in film and television, digital media and animation. His credits include the feature film, The Rhino Brothers and the TV series Robson Arms, Alice, I Think and APTN’s Moccasin Flats. He won the Best Direction Gemini Award for his work in the documentary series Conviction Kitchen and multiple Leo Awards for the OLN comedy series Road Hockey Rumble. Other works include Glutton for Punishment for the Food Network and winning the inaugural CBC Digital Lab prize in 2008 for his interactive warrior narrative ComaSTATE. His animation work includes Mainframe’s Shadow Raiders and the BBC's Aaarg!! It' the The Mr. Hell Show.  As an educator, Dwayne has taught media-making practices at institutions such as Vancouver Film School, Langara College, CEDIM University in Mexico and SIFT; the Summer Institute of Film and Television in Ottawa. He currently teaches in Capilano University’s Motion Picture Arts, School of Communication and Indigenous Independent Filmmakers programs. He also teaches at the University of British Columbia where he is currently the Rogers Multicultural Teaching Fellow (2010-2013) and the 2013 Phil Lind Artist in Residence in the Film & Theatre Department.






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