G. Scott MacLeod is a multimedia artist in the truest sense of the term. A critically acclaimed painter and photographer
whose work is in many permanent collections, including that of the National Gallery of Canada, he is also a performing
songwriter and recording artist.
Engaging his lifelong interest in history, with support from the National Film Board of Canada’s Filmmaker Assistance
Program and a Main Film Grant, in 2009 MacLeod added filmmaker to his list of endeavors with the release of After the
war with Hannelore- A Berliner War Child’s Testimony from 1945 to 1989. The 22-minute documentary had several
high-profile screenings, including at Les rendez-vous du cinéma québécois and Berlin’s Arnsenal 2 Institut für Film und
Videokunst and One World Berlin Film Festival. The Water of Life, is a six part planned collaboration on Canadian
history with celebrated Irish storyteller Mike Burns.
Based in Montreal, MacLeod holds a BFA and MA from Concordia University.
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