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Alex Hamilton-Brown

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Drawing upon his wide international film making experience, Alex is a popular speaker at public and private venues in both Canada and the U.S.  His talks are highly informative and entertaining; they include engaging film extracts from directors such as David Lean, in which Lean talks about three of his greatest films:

  • “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Passage to India,”and “Bridge over the River Kwai.”

Talks on other films include:

  • Alfred Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest.”
  • Jerry Zucker’s “Ghost.”
  • Michael Curtiz’s “Casablanca.”

MOVIE MAKING for educational institutions. For example, art, archeology and architecture, Alex gives a two-hour seminar with examples from his own films. He also teaches a two hour SCREENPLAY STRUCTURE course, based on his U.K. Feature Film experience.

Review: “absolutely fascinating and most enlightening.” - NHHS educator.


Alex devised the first Film Course for the Center for Digital Imaging and Sound. He taught the course from 1996 to 1999.

Student reviews: “Ten out of ten.”


Guest lecturer: Ryerson University, Toronto, Third Year Film Course
Guest lecturer: Sheridan College, Oakville, Film Course


Princeton University: Guest lecturer with New Age film “Findhorn.”

Harvard University: Guest Producer/writer. Adapted Maxwell Anderson’s “Miracle of the Danube” for WNBC Boston, with the Harvard Drama Club.


Canada Council for the Arts
Academy of Canadian Film and Television (Gemini Awards, Chair for Best Dramatic Series)



  • Winner of the Best Oil Painting for the Bancroft Summer Exhibition, 2008