Paul Armstrong is an award-winning Vancouver film, television and theatre producer.
He is the founder, programmer and producer of The Celluloid Social Club, a monthly screening of short films running since 1997. Through the Club he produces The Hot Shot Shorts which he also co-founded.
Feature film credits as a producer include ‘Lawrence & Holloman’ based on the play by Morris Panych; ‘Moving Malcolm’ by Benjamin Ratner starring Elizabeth Berkley; the Genie Award nominated ‘See Grace Fly’ starring Gina Chiarelli and Paul McGillion and ‘Ill-Fated’, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and stars Peter Outerbridge. He is currently in post-production on the documentary ‘Revolution: The Legacy of the Sixties’ and in production on the feature ‘Cool Daddy: The Kenny Colman Story’ for the CBC Documentary Channel
Short film credits include ‘Counter Act’ by the Affolter brothers, ‘Anxious Oswald Greene’ by Marshall Axani, ‘The Money Pet’ featuring Alan Cumming, ‘Monster’ & ‘Everything’s Coming up Rosie’ starring Jodelle Ferland & Ian Tracey, ‘The Bar’ starring Peter Deluise, ‘Break a Leg, Rosie’ starring Carly Pope & Ian Tracey, and ‘Mon amour mon parapluie’ with cameos by William Gibson & Douglas Coupland. Paul has also produced TV commercials with Adplay Media and music videos for Bif Naked, Jim Byrnes, Jessie Farrell and Jeff Martin of the Tea Party. He has also produced 20 plays, from Shakespeare to Ibsen to Mamet.