James Cullingham

James Cullingham is an award winning documentary filmmaker, historian and journalist with Tamarack Productions based in Nogojiwanong – Peterborough. His documentaries concerning social justice, history and popular culture have been screened around the world. Cullingham was an executive producer with CBC Radio and has been published by Canada’s leading newspapers and magazines. His most recent documentary film Jim Galloway – A Journey in Jazz concerns the saxophonist and impresario Galloway who co-created the Toronto Jazz Festival. Cullingham is now producing a film about refugee journalists in Canada. James received his doctorate in Canadian and Latin American History from Toronto’s York University in 2014. He was a coordinator of the Journalism programme and professor of Journalism and English at and Liberal Studies at Seneca@York 2002-2018. He is an Adjunct Graduate Faculty Member in Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies and the PhD program in Canadian Studies at Trent University. Cullingham is also an Instructor at Trent’s Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies.

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