Cameron Bailey has been the artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival since 2008; he is responsible for envisioning and carrying out the film-selection process. He worked as a film programmer and critic for twenty years before taking on his current role and began programming for the festival in 1990. Cameron has curated film series for local and international organizations including the National Gallery of Canada, TIFF Cinematheque, and Australia’s Sydney Film Festival.
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