Will Beauchamp

Will Beauchamp Brief Biography

William Beauchamp is a Canadian filmmaker from Edmonton, Alberta.

His directing credits include the drama Pariahs (2002), which won for Best Feature Film in the Toronto International Teen Movie Festival and garnered Beauchamp a $20,000 scholarship from Warner Brothers. His early films include the short drama Scotch and Soda (2003), the futuristic feature Little Pictures (2004), the short documentary Marianne (2004), a CBC Radio "pick" in the Hot Docs Film Festival, and Fly Away (2006), a short drama which raised funds for the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Beauchamp has produced three short films for director Jamie Cussen, The Great Fear (2006), an official selection of the Independents' Film Festival in Tampa, Florida, Rock, Paper, Scissors (2007), which screened as an official selection in Austin, Halifax, Beijing, Bucharest and Toronto and won Best Short Film at the Canadian Film Festival, and The Balcony Affair (2009), which premiered as an official selection at the Locarno International Film Festival.

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