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John Bolton

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B: in Vancouver, British Columbia

John Bolton is an award-winning filmmaker from Vancouver. His most recent film, the feature length “musical docudrama” Aim for the Roses, about Canadian musician Mark Haney and Canadian stuntman Ken Carter had its world premiere at Hot Docs in May 2016. His production company, Opus 59 Films, takes its name from his 2004 short film.

Company website

Features & TV Movies
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Blind Date (2001, short)
A Celebration of the Life of Simon Steveston (2002, short)
The Water Game (2002)
Ferry Tale (2003, short)
Beethoven Opus 59, No. 3: Allegro Molto (2004, short)
The Harp (2005, short)
Breakdown (2006, short)
Cristus Vincit (2006, short)
Valentines (2008, short)

Flame/Through Walls (2010)
The Closer You Get to Canada (2010, short)
12 Takes (TV-2010, documentary)
Phobos and Deimos Circling (2012, short)
Radio City: Date Nights (2012, short)
The Making of Fallujah: A New Chamber Opera (2012, documentary, short)
Debris (2015, dcumentary, short)
Aim for the Roses (2016, documentary)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Canadian Comedy Shorts (2010)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
The Water Game (2002)
The Harp (2005, short)
Breakdown (2006, short)
Valentines (2008, short)

The Closer You Get to Canada (2010, short)
Radio City: Date Nights (2012, short)
Debris (2015, dcumentary, short)
Aim for the Roses (2016, documentary)

TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Canadian Comedy Shorts (2010)