Aubrey Nealon

Aubrey Nealon

Aubrey was accepted into the Canadian Film Centre’s directing program in 2000, followed by the Short Film Program in 2001, where he co-wrote and directed In Memoriam. Debuting at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival, the film received rave reviews, and was later selected for inclusion in the Roger’s Video compilation Made in Canada: The Best of the CFC. Aubrey directed three episodes of the Comedy Network series Patti. In 2004 he won the inaugural Don Haig Award, a ten thousand dollar prize given annually to a promising Canadian filmmaker. Aubrey has two feature scripts in development, The Motherland and A Timely Demise. Aubrey’s first feature A Simple Curve premiered at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival.