Stuart Clarfield

Stuart Clarfield

The Mission Media Company Inc.
Director, Editor and Producer

Toronto, Canada

Member Since:
June 2014
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About Stuart

Stuart Clarfield has been creating media content for over 20 years, spanning feature films, television drama & documentary, live events, music, and most recently - multiplatform digital media. Trained as a film director and editor, Stuart is a skilled and considered content creator from first concept through script & project development, production, post and release to market.

Unique traits: Tough, true and impactful content. While market-driven content can be produced well, Stuart's priority is content with impact and value, and that often, challenges the status quo. Using film/media to start a conversation that matters to many. Difficult projects welcomed, but not necessarily easily financed :-)

Credits

  • The Journey Home

    The Journey Home (2014)
    Documentary by The Mission Media Company Director, Producer, Editor

  • The Moral Distress Project

    The Moral Distress Project (2013)
    Documentary by University of Kentucky Director, Editor

  • Toronto Star - multiple videos

    Toronto Star - multiple videos (2013)
    Internet by Toronto Star - Torstar Media Director, Editor

  • The Family Guide to Mental Health Recovery

    The Family Guide to Mental Health Recovery (2013)
    Internet by The Mission Media Company Executive Producer

  • Blood Brothers

    Blood Brothers (2011)
    Documentary by The Mission Media Company Executive Producer

  • Discovery of the Lost Ontario

    Discovery of the Lost Ontario (2011)
    Documentary by The Mission Media Company Producer - Development

Awards

  • FAME Hall of Fame Award
    (2014)

  • Canadian Film Centre - Director Scholarship
    (1989)

  • Famous Players Award
    (1986)

  • TIFF - Perspectives Canada participant Director
    (1986)

  • CFTPA Award - Best short documentary
    (1985)

Education

  • Babson College (Wellesley, MA)
    (1997-1999)

  • CFC
    (1989-1989)

  • York University
    (1982-1986)

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