Robert Budreau is a writer-producer-director, which may explain why he has a law degree from the University of British Columbia, and studied at the Vancouver Film School. Before becoming a freelance director/producer/writer at Lumanity Productions Inc., he worked as a corporate/entertainment lawyer at Goodmans LLP. Budreau made a handful of short films before directing his first feature, That Beautiful Somewhere. He is pictured with his 2019 Canadian Screen Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Stockholm.
Credits as a Screenwriter: Dylanology (TV-2002, short) The Multiple Selves of Hannah Maynard (2003) Dream Recording (2004, short) Photographic Fate (TV-2004, short) Do No Harm (2004, short Judgment Call (2004, short) Yesteryears (TV-2005, short) Welcome (2005, short) Dry Whiskey (2005, short) Drag (2006) Sunshine Swim Team (TV-2006, short)) The Unspoken Promise (2006, short) That Beautiful Somewhere (2006) The Deaths of Chet Baker (2009, short)