Chris Gallagher is a producer-director-cinematographer-editor-composer. He attended the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University and taught film at the University of Regina during the 1980s and at UBC for many years. He has been making films since 1972 and is best known for his experimental films Seeing in the Rain, Atmosphere, and Undivided Attention. His work examines philosophical paradoxes and contradictions by applying structural strategies to events as a means to reformulate linear experience to propose aberrant understandings of familiar assumptions.
Features & TV Movies:
Plastic Surgery (1975, short)
The Nine O’Clock Gun (1980, short)
Where is Memory (1992)
Time Being (2002)
Do As I Say Not As I Do (2010, short)