Julia Kwan

she/her
Adjunct Professor
Research Areas

About

Julia Kwan, a writer and director living in Vancouver, was a director resident at the Canadian Film Centre, where she made her award winning short drama, Three Sisters on Moon Lake. Ms. Kwan’s feature film debut, Eve & the Fire Horse, had its international premiere at The Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize for Dramatic World Cinema and screened at over 30 film festivals. Since then, Ms. Kwan has written and directed numerous short and feature length films in different genres (drama, documentary, and/or animation) over the years, including the NFB’s Everything Will Be, her award winning debut feature documentary and The Zoo, an animated short film. 


Teaching


Julia Kwan

she/her
Adjunct Professor
Research Areas

About

Julia Kwan, a writer and director living in Vancouver, was a director resident at the Canadian Film Centre, where she made her award winning short drama, Three Sisters on Moon Lake. Ms. Kwan’s feature film debut, Eve & the Fire Horse, had its international premiere at The Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize for Dramatic World Cinema and screened at over 30 film festivals. Since then, Ms. Kwan has written and directed numerous short and feature length films in different genres (drama, documentary, and/or animation) over the years, including the NFB’s Everything Will Be, her award winning debut feature documentary and The Zoo, an animated short film. 


Teaching


Julia Kwan

she/her
Adjunct Professor
Research Areas

Julia Kwan, a writer and director living in Vancouver, was a director resident at the Canadian Film Centre, where she made her award winning short drama, Three Sisters on Moon Lake. Ms. Kwan’s feature film debut, Eve & the Fire Horse, had its international premiere at The Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize for Dramatic World Cinema and screened at over 30 film festivals. Since then, Ms. Kwan has written and directed numerous short and feature length films in different genres (drama, documentary, and/or animation) over the years, including the NFB’s Everything Will Be, her award winning debut feature documentary and The Zoo, an animated short film.