William D. MacGillivray has been writing and directing dramatic and documentary films since 1972. He was a founding member and the first president of AFCOOP and was one of a small group of filmmakers who initiated discussions with Telefilm Canada resulting in a Telefilm Canada,
Since 1981, he has been working from PICTURE PLANT, the production company he founded and shares with partner Terry Greenlaw. Award winning works include: STATIONS, LINDA JOY, LIFE CLASSES, UNDERSTANDING BLISS, READING ALISTAIR MACLEOD, THE MAN OF A THOUSAND SONGS.
Governor General Award winner: see link