Film Direction

Gil directed the feature motion pictures "Cor Values, No Apology, Cat's Cradle, Winter Kill, HALO, Unfinished Business, Green Eyes and The Zombie Apocolypse in Apartment 14F” and Gil’s films have been distributed to audiences worldwide.

"Winter Kill" aired on the CORUS Entertainment Network of movie channels (Movie Central, etc.) and "HALO" was a huge hit on "Rogers/Shaw: Video on Demand" and on CHUM TV. "Green Eyes" was a top rental in indie video stores. "Green Eyes" was broadcast on The Academic Channel, University of Haifa, Isreal's Education in Film Program and on CHUM. Gil also produced and directed, Scrappers, a recently completed 1-hour pilot.


Gil was nominated for an AMPIA (Alberta Motion Picture Industry Award) for Best Director for, "Where the Dinosaurs Roam..." a TV special. "Where the Dinosaurs Roam...", was also nominated for Best Picture. Gil was nominated for Best Director a second time for "HALO". 

When time permits, Gil teaches motion picture production at The King's University. Former Adjunct Professor at Taylor University and Concordia University, Edmonton for a decade, Gil was the Creative & Communications Director at Concordia College High School as well as a stage director and drama teacher. He also produced all the television commercials and videos for the prep school and Psychology dept, CUE. Gil continues to freelance in film, stage and television. 

Gilbert Allan
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 Gilbert Allan has been in the performing arts since he was a child. He has worked in film, television, radio and the theatrical stage he loves so much. Three decades as a professional director has taken him into a number of different areas of artistic expression.