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City Sonic Toronto Film Director Charles Officer

CHARLES OFFICER is an award-winning director of short films, features and music documentaries.

His debut short, When Morning Comes, premiered at the 2000 Toronto International Film Festival to wide acclaim. His second film, Short Hymn_Silent War, received a Special Jury Citation for Best Canadian Short at TIFF, screened at Sundance and was nominated for a Genie.

He has directed music videos for K'naan and DJ Green Velvet and a documentary about Canadian reggae/punk band, Bedouin Soundclash, entitled In The Year of Our Lord.

His latest feature Nurse.Fighter.Boy premiered at TIFF 2008 and won an audience award for Best in World Cinema and a jury prize for Best Cinematography at the Sarasota Film Festival. His upcoming documentary is about Canadian sprinter Harry Jerome.

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