Christian Dumais-Lvowski is an award-winning Canadian film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for his 2009 feature film, The End of Silence, which won a number of awards and accolades for its innovative and unique visual storytelling.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Christian was always passionate about filmmaking from a young age. After studying film at Concordia University and the Canadian Film Centre, he started his own production company in 2003 and made his first feature film, The End of Silence, in 2009. The film was distributed worldwide and won numerous awards, including Best Canadian Feature at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival.
Since then, Christian has worked on a variety of projects as a director, producer, and screenwriter. He has directed and produced several short films, including ‘The Stranger’ (2011), which won the award for Best Short Film at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. He has also worked on a range of television projects, including directing the series ‘The L.A. Complex’ for the CW network in the United States.
In addition to his work in film and television, Christian has also written several feature films, including the award-winning 'The Last Sunrise' (2015). He also wrote and produced the critically acclaimed drama 'Shattered' (2018).
Christian has been recognized for his work with several awards, including the Claude Jutra Award for Best Canadian Film for The End of Silence, the Directors Guild of Canada's Best Direction in a Television Movie or Mini-Series for The L.A. Complex, and the Directors Guild of Canada's Best Direction in a Feature Film for Shattered.
Christian is committed to telling stories that are both entertaining and meaningful, and his work is a testament to his passion for filmmaking. His films and television projects have been praised for their unique visual style and ability to confront difficult issues with grace and sensitivity. He continues to push the boundaries of storytelling with each new project he takes on.