David Cronenberg

David Cronenberg

Known For: Directing · Birthday: 1943-03-15 (78 years old) · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

96 Movies · 10 TV shows

Also Known As: 데이비드 크로넨버그 · David Paul Cronenberg · Девід Кроненберґ

Biography

David Paul Cronenberg (born March 15, 1943) is a Canadian film director, screenwriter, and actor. He is one of the principal originators of what is commonly known as the body horror genre, with his films exploring visceral bodily transformation, infection, technology, and the intertwining of the psychological with the physical. In the first third of his career he explored these themes mostly through horror and science fiction films such as Scanners (1981) and Videodrome (1983), although his work has since expanded beyond these genres.Cronenberg's films have polarized critics and audiences alike; he has earned critical acclaim and has sparked controversy for his depictions of gore and violence. The Village Voice called him "the most audacious and challenging narrative director in the English-speaking world". His films have won numerous awards, including, for Crash, the Special Jury Prize at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival, a unique award that is distinct from the Jury Prize as it is not given annually, but only at the request of the official jury, who in this case gave the award "for originality, for daring, and for audacity".

Personal Life

Cronenberg lives in Toronto. He married his first wife, Margaret Hindson, in 1972: their seven-year marriage ended in 1979 amidst personal and professional differences. They had one daughter, Cassandra Cronenberg. His second wife was film editor Carolyn Zeifman, to whom he was married until her death in 2017. The couple met on the set of Rabid while she was working as a production assistant. They have two children, Caitlin and Brandon. In the book Cronenberg on Cronenberg (1992), he revealed that The Brood was inspired by events that occurred during the unraveling of his first marriage, which caused both Cronenberg and his daughter Cassandra a great deal of turmoil. The character Nola Carveth, mother of the brood, is based on Cassandra's mother. Cronenberg said that he found the shooting of the climactic scene, in which Nola was strangled by her husband, to be "very satisfying".In a September 2013 interview, Cronenberg revealed that Roman Catholic film director Martin Scorsese admitted to him that he was intrigued by Cronenberg's early work but was subsequently "terrified" to meet him in person. Cronenberg responded to Scorsese: "You're the guy who made Taxi Driver and you're afraid to meet me?" In the same interview, Cronenberg identified as an atheist. "Anytime I've tried to imagine squeezing myself into the box of any particular religion, I find it claustrophobic and oppressive," Cronenberg elaborated. "I think atheism is an acceptance of what is real." In the same interview, Cronenberg revealed that it depends on the "time of day" as to whether or not he is afraid of death. He further stated that he is not concerned about posthumous representations of his film work: "It wouldn't disturb me to think that my work would just sink beneath the waves without trace and that would be it. So what? It doesn't bother me."In Cronenberg on Cronenberg, the director further elaborated that he was raised in a secular Jewish home, and while he and his family had no disdain towards any religion, such matters were not discussed. In the same book, Cronenberg said that in his teens he went through a phase where he wondered about the existence of God, but ultimately came to the conclusion that the God concept was developed to cope with the fear of death. In a 2007 interview, Cronenberg explained the role atheism plays in his work. He stated, "I'm interested in saying, 'Let us discuss the existential question. We are all going to die, that is the end of all consciousness. There is no afterlife. There is no God. Now what do we do.' That's the point where it starts getting interesting to me."In Cronenberg's later films (e.g. A History of Violence, Eastern Promises and A Dangerous Method) openly religious characters become more common. During an interview for A History of Violence, Cronenberg even chose to identify as a materialist rather than an atheist, stating, "I’m not an atheist, but for me to turn away from any aspect of the human body to me is a philosophical betrayal. And there’s a lot of art and religion whose whole purpose is to turn away from the human body. I feel in my art that my mandate is to not do that."In a separate 2013 interview, Cronenberg discussed the role religion plays in his films, using Eastern Promises as the main example:I'm an atheist but not all my characters are atheists. So it's true that I don't think about God ever as part of my life or anything. But if you're a dramatist and you are working with characters who come from a particular culture, you have to accept their understanding of life, and with passion. So the Nikolai character, I'm pretty sure he believes in God and most of the other characters in the movie do too. Some of them are Muslim, some of them are Eastern Orthodox, and that's a part of their life, a part of their understanding of suffering. Because everybody in life suffers but not everybody thinks of that in religious terms. These people do. And they think of suffering as a way to salvation, also in religious terms. I am their God really, as I am creating them; that's religious in itself. I am a very hardcore atheist believe me but you become like an actor really, as a director or a writer. You must take on the character as that character is and believe in it as you're playing it. To allow that character to exist as he would exist. That's really what it's all about, so I have no problem with characters who are religious and believe in God. I would have a problem if that was the point of the whole story because that bores me and I just don't have any emotional or intellectual respect for it, frankly.

Early Life

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Cronenberg is the son of Esther (née Sumberg), a musician, and Milton Cronenberg, a writer and editor. He was raised in a "middle-class progressive Jewish family." His father was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and his mother was born in Toronto; all of his Jewish grandparents were from Lithuania. They kept the Cronenberg household full of a wide variety of books, and Cronenberg's father tried to introduce him to art films such as The Seventh Seal, although at the time, Cronenberg was more interested in western and pirate films, showing a particular affinity for those featuring Burt Lancaster.A voracious reader from an early age, Cronenberg started off enjoying science fiction magazines like The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Galaxy, and Astounding, where he first encountered authors who would prove influential on his own work, including Ray Bradbury and Isaac Asimov, although he wouldn't encounter his primary influence, Phillip K. Dick, until much later. Cronenberg also read comic books, noting his favorites were Tarzan, Little Lulu, Uncle Scrooge, Blackhawk, Plastic Man, Superman and the original Fawcett Comics version of Captain Marvel, later known as Shazam. Although as an adult, Cronenberg feels superhero films are artistically limited, he maintains a fondness for Captain Marvel/Shazam, criticizing how he feels the character been neglected. Cronenberg also read horror comics published by EC, which in contrast to the others, he described as "scary and bizarre and violent and nasty—the ones your mother didn’t want you to have."Early films that later proved influential on Cronenberg's career include standard avant-garde, horror, science fiction, and thriller films, such as Un Chien Andalou, Vampyr, War of the Worlds, Freaks, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Alphaville, Performance, and Duel. However, Cronenberg has also cited less obvious films as influences, including comedies like The Bed Sitting Room, as well as Disney cartoons such as Bambi and Dumbo. Cronenberg said he found these two Disney animated films, as well as Universal's live-action Blue Lagoon, "terrifying" which influenced his approach to horror. Cronenberg went on to say that Bambi was the "first important film" he ever saw, citing the moment when Bambi's mother died as particularly powerful. Cronenberg even wished to screen Bambi as part of a museum exhibition of his influences, but Disney refused him permission. In terms of conventional horror films that frightened him, Cronenberg cited Don't Look Now.Cronenberg began writing as a child and did so constantly, mainly working in the writing science fiction genre. He attended high school at Harbord Collegiate Institute and North Toronto Collegiate Institute. A keen interest in science, especially botany and lepidopterology, led him to enter the Honours Science program at the University of Toronto in 1963, but he switched to Honours English Language and Literature later in his first year.Cronenberg's fascination with the film Winter Kept Us Warm (1966), by classmate David Secter, sparked his interest in film. He began frequenting film camera rental houses, learning the art of filmmaking, and made two 16mm films (Transfer and From the Drain). Inspired by the New York underground film scene, he founded the Toronto Film Co-op with Iain Ewing and Ivan Reitman. After taking a year off to travel in Europe, he returned to Canada in 1967 and graduated from University College of the University of Toronto at the top of his class.

Movies & TV shows

2021.

1 Movie
The Death of David Cronenberg

The Death of David Cronenberg

2021
The subject is standing in a small room. He looks into the camera and sees a motionless figure in a bed while wearing a robe.

2020.

2 Movies
Falling

Falling

2020
John and Eric live in Southern California with their adopted daughter. Two very different worlds collide when he is visited by his elderly father from Los Angeles who is looking for a place to retire....
Disappearance at Clifton Hill

Disappearance at Clifton Hill

2020
Following the death of her mother, a young woman returns home to Niagara Falls and becomes entangled in the memory of a kidnapping she claims to have witnessed as a child.

2019.

4 Movies
Pass the Warning: Taking A Look Back at Nic Roeg's Masterpiece

Pass the Warning: Taking A Look Back at Nic Roeg's Masterpiece

2019
Brad Bird is a writer/director and Andrew Haigh is a writer/director. The Nic Roeg's diverse body of work and his visual style are discussed by others.
A Kaleidoscope of Meaning: Colour in Don't Look Now

A Kaleidoscope of Meaning: Colour in Don't Look Now

2019
There is a new documentary about David Cronenberg. Richomond and Sarah Street discuss the use of color in Don't Look Now as well as the way in which it affects the film's tone and atmosphere.
L’ inquiétante absence

L’ inquiétante absence

2019
The current state of genre films in Québec is examined in the documentary "L'inquiétante absence". In an attempt to answer their questions, the filmmakers conducted several interviews with leading fig...
Rabid

Rabid

2019
The quiet Rose is hoping to become a designer. Her face is damaged by a traffic accident. She gets experimental stem cell treatment, but there's a side effect.

2017.

2 TV shows
TV
Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery

6.19
2017
Follow the voyages of Starfleet on their missions to discover new worlds and new life forms, and one officer who must learn that to truly understand all things alien, you must first understand yoursel...
TV
Alias Grace

Alias Grace

5
2017
The true story of Grace Marks, a housemaid from Ireland who was wrongly imprisoned for the murder of her employer, is the basis of this film. The facts are irrefutable and Grace has no recollection of...

2016.

1 Movie · 1 TV show
TV
Slasher

Slasher

3
2016
Thirty years ago, in the sleepy community of Waterbury, a killer named "The Executioner" murdered Sarah Bennett's parents. Sarah and her husband Dylan returned to town and found themselves the center ...
Ape Sodom

Ape Sodom

2016
There are three degenerates in the post-consumerist enlightenment hierarchy.

2014.

2 Movies
Tribes of the Moon: The Making of Nightbreed

Tribes of the Moon: The Making of Nightbreed

2014
On the new Arrow blu release (and on the previous Scream Factory release), this feature-length making of takes a fresh approach to most similar docs by focussing on the actors and the actors alone. N...
Maps to the Stars

Maps to the Stars

6.5
2014
An intense need for fame and validation is what drives members of a troubled Hollywood family to chase celebrity, one another and the ghosts of their pasts.

2013.

3 Movies
Rewind

Rewind

2013
In order to change the future and avoid a devastating terrorist attack, a team of military field operatives and civilian scientists must travel back in time to alter past events. The pilot for the fai...
The Nest

The Nest

2013
A doctor must remove parasites from a patient.
Tales from the Organ Trade

Tales from the Organ Trade

2013
There is an underground world of human body parts.

2012.

3 Movies
A Special Day

A Special Day

2012
A film was shown at the cannes film festival.
Citizens of Cosmopolis

Citizens of Cosmopolis

2012
The film is based on Don DeLillo's novel.
Cosmopolis

Cosmopolis

2012
A billionaire asset manager is riding across Manhattan in a limo in order to get a haircut during a riot.

2011.

2 Movies
Produce Your Own Damn Movie!

Produce Your Own Damn Movie!

2011
Lloyd Kaufman, creator of The Toxic Avenger and founder of the longest-running independent film studio, Troma Entertainment, speaks with authority when it comes to producing. He discovered talents suc...
A Dangerous Method

A Dangerous Method

2.5
2011
The Dr was drawn to the impossible case. The unbalanced and beautiful Sabina Spielrein was taken by Carl Jung as his patient. The weapon Jung uses is the method of Sigmund Freud. The man is under the ...

2010.

3 Movies
Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics

Secret Origin: The Story of DC Comics

2010
Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are just a few of the legendary characters that were created by the comic book publication.
William S. Burroughs: A Man Within

William S. Burroughs: A Man Within

2010
A journey into the world of William S. On a winter night, a man is considered cold.
Barney's Version

Barney's Version

6
2010
The picaresque and touching story of the politically incorrect, fully lived life of Barney Panofsky.

2008.

1 Movie
On Screen!: Shivers

On Screen!: Shivers

2008
The debut feature from Canada's most celebrated filmmaker, David Cronenberg, provided the young director with a crash course in feature filmmaking and established many of the unsettling themes explore...

2007.

2 Movies
To Each His Own Cinema

To Each His Own Cinema

2007
The 33 shorts in the film were directed by different directors.
Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises

6
2007
A Russian teenager living in London dies during her child's birth and leaves clues in her journal to the possibility that her child was raped by a Russian mob family.

2006.

3 Movies
Acts of Violence

Acts of Violence

2006
In David Cronenberg's film A History of Violence, a scene by scene breakdown of all the incidents of violence takes place. The film was directed by Cronenberg's wife, Carolyn, who has been married to ...
The Politics of the Dead Zone

The Politics of the Dead Zone

2006
The Dead Zone was a David Cronenberg movie.
Too Commercial for Cannes

Too Commercial for Cannes

2006
A day in a life tour diary with David Cronenberg, as he brings his film "A History of Violence" to the Cannes Film Festival for its first public screening.

2005.

2 Movies
The Best of Secter & the Rest of Secter

The Best of Secter & the Rest of Secter

2005
Tells the story of David Secter, Canada's first acclaimed indie filmmaker.
A History of Violence

A History of Violence

5.14
2005
An average family is thrust into the spotlight after the father commits a murder at his diner.

2004.

2 Movies
Videodrome: Forging the New Flesh

Videodrome: Forging the New Flesh

2004
The story of how the special effects in the film were created is told through interviews with various cast and crew members, as well as behind-the-scenes footage.
Weird Sex and Snowshoes: A Trek Through the Canadian Cinematic Psyche

Weird Sex and Snowshoes: A Trek Through the Canadian Cinematic Psyche

2004
This compelling documentary explores Canadian film culture and tries to discover what defines Canadian film through interviews with notable filmmakers.

2002.

2 Movies
Spider

Spider

2002
A man is living in a halfway house. He replays a key part of his childhood when his mind slips back into the realm created by his illness.
Masters of Horror

Masters of Horror

2002
Documentary showcasing the work of prominent film directors in the horror genre. Featuring interviews with the directors, behind the scenes footage and clips from popular horror films, and hosted by B...

2001.

1 Movie · 1 TV show
TV
Alias

Alias

2001
An agent thought she was working for the U.S. has been tricked. The government is working for a criminal organization called the Alliance of Twelve. After learning of this, Sydney became a double agen...
Jason X

Jason X

5.71
2001
In the year 2455, Old Earth has become a brown world of violent storms, toxic landmasses and poisonous seas. Humans have returned to the place that they once fled to research the ancient artifacts of ...

2000.

3 Movies
The American Nightmare

The American Nightmare

2000
An examination into the nature of 1960's-70's horror films, the involved artists, and how they reflected contemporary society.
Camera

Camera

2000
While a veteran actor moans about the state of film and film acting, a group of young children sneak a camera into the actor's apartment and make a film with it.
Frame by Frame: The Invisible Art of Production Designer Carol Spier

Frame by Frame: The Invisible Art of Production Designer Carol Spier

2000
The invisible art of production designer Carol Spier. The relationship between director and production designer is a special one. FRAME BY FRAME is a documentary that goes behind the scenes of David C...

1999.

4 Movies
David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh

David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh

1999
An insightful and candid interview with the man himself about his films and his motives can be found in "I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh". Cronenberg is candid about his often grotesque images and co...
Boozecan

Boozecan

1999
The owner of an after-hours bar dreams of opening a legitimate establishment.
Resurrection

Resurrection

1999
A seasoned police detective and his partner have just uncovered a string of murders that lead them to a serial killer who believes he is the descendant of Judas.
eXistenZ

eXistenZ

4.67
1999
A game designer on the run from assassins has to play her newest virtual reality creation with a marketing student to find out if the game has been damaged.

1998.

2 Movies · 1 TV show
TV
SexTV

SexTV

1998
SexTV is a Canadian show about human sexuality. Leonard Cohen's songs "Everybody Knows" and "Ain't No Cure for Love" are featured on SexTV.
Last Night

Last Night

1998
On New Year's Day, the world is about to end.

1997.

1 Movie
David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme

David Cronenberg and the Cinema of the Extreme

1997
A brief documentary about Cronenberg made by the BBC to precede a showing of 'Videodrome' on television.

1996.

4 Movies
Crash

Crash

5.76
1996
After getting into a serious car accident, a TV director discovers an underground sub-culture of scarred, omnisexual car crash victims who use car accidents and the raw sexual energy they produce to t...
Extreme Measures

Extreme Measures

1996
When the body of a man who died in the emergency room disappears, Guy Luthan, a British doctor working in New York, starts making strange inquiries. Luthan is in danger after the trail leads him to th...
Moonshine Highway

Moonshine Highway

1996
The plans of a moonshine runner trying to make a better life by becoming a stock car racer go awry when the local sheriff is determined to kill the driver over an affair with his wife.
The Stupids

The Stupids

1996
An incredibly dull-witted family stumbles upon an illegal weapons deal while on the trail of their "stolen" garbage.

1995.

3 Movies · 1 TV show
Scanner Cop II

Scanner Cop II

5.7
1995
The only person who can stop the demonicscanner is the one who lives in Los Angeles.
To Die For

To Die For

1
1995
Suzanne Stone wants to be a world-famous news anchor and she is willing to do anything to get that. She makes up for her lack of intelligence with cold determination. As she pursues her goal with rele...
Blood & Donuts

Blood & Donuts

1995
In 1994, the vampire Boya awakens from his twenty-five years of sleep in a basement hit by a golf ball. After taking a cab to the local cemetery, he lodges in a low budget hotel near a donut shop. Boy...

1994.

3 Movies
Scanner Cop

Scanner Cop

5.14
1994
Sam Staziak is a cop with the Los Angeles Police Department. When a string of murders begins to decimate the police department, Sam faces sensory overload and possible insanity as he uses his powers t...
Trial by Jury

Trial by Jury

1994
A juror in a trial. When her son's life is in danger, she has no choice but to see that justice isn't done.
Henry & Verlin

Henry & Verlin

1994
Verlin is 9 years old and does not speak or hear. Henry befriends Verlin and pulls him out of his shell. Verlin's mother doesn't like Henry.

1993.

1 Movie
M. Butterfly

M. Butterfly

1993
In 1960s China, French diplomat Rene Gallimard falls in love with an opera singer, but Song is not who Gallimard thinks.

1992.

3 Movies
Naked Making Lunch

Naked Making Lunch

1992
There is a film about Naked Lunch.
Blue

Blue

1992
New carpet factory footage intercut with old porn shows a glimpse into the human mind.
Scanners III: The Takeover

Scanners III: The Takeover

4.78
1992
A young girl becomes a villain after taking an experimental drug developed by her father. Her brother is the only one who can stop her.

1991.

2 Movies
Scanners II: The New Order

Scanners II: The New Order

5.39
1991
The city government has a plan to take power with the help of evil scanners.
Naked Lunch

Naked Lunch

5.82
1991
Bill Lee and his dead-eyed wife, Joan, like to get high on Bill's pest poisons. After meeting a doctor. Bill got a drug made from a centipede. He accidentally kills Joan, takes orders from his typewri...

1990.

2 Movies
Moving Pictures: J.G. Ballard

Moving Pictures: J.G. Ballard

1990
A film essay on Ballard's fiction, and its unrealised cinematic potential, with particular reference to David Cronenberg's (yet to be filmed) Crash, featuring an interview with the director, prior to ...
Nightbreed

Nightbreed

2
1990
A young man is drawn to a place where monsters are hiding.

1989.

1 TV show
TV
Prisoners of Gravity

Prisoners of Gravity

1989
Prisoners of Gravity was a Canadian public broadcasting television news magazine program that explored speculative fiction — science fiction, fantasy, horror, comic books — and its relation to various...

1988.

2 Movies
Dead Ringers

Dead Ringers

5.73
1988
His identical twin, Beverly, works at the same practice. Many of his patients are attracted to him. He will give the woman to Beverly, the meeker of the two, when he loses interest. Beverly falls hard...
The Making of Dead Ringers

The Making of Dead Ringers

1988
Interviews with David Cronenberg, Jeremy Irons, and Lee Wilson are included in a short behind-the-scenes featurette on the making of "Dead Ringers."

1987.

1 TV show
TV
Friday the 13th: The Series

Friday the 13th: The Series

5.33
1987
Micki and Ryan with the help of their friend Jack attempt to recover cursed antiques so they can store them in safety inside the antique store's vault.

1986.

2 Movies
The Fly

The Fly

6.4
1986
When Brundle makes a huge scientific and technological breakthrough, he decides to test it on himself. A common housefly gets inside the device and becomes one with him.
Long Live the New Flesh: The Films of David Cronenberg

Long Live the New Flesh: The Films of David Cronenberg

1986
A documentary about the career of director David Cronenberg, with clips from his films and interviews with friends, colleagues, film critics and Cronenberg himself.

1985.

1 Movie
Into the Night

Into the Night

1985
Ed Okin used to have a boring life. He used to have a hard time sleeping. He met Diana the night before. Ed is struggling to stay alive.

1983.

2 Movies
The Dead Zone

The Dead Zone

5.29
1983
After leaving his fiancée's home one night, Johnny Smith was involved in a car crash which left him in a coma for 5 years. He can see into the past, present and future of people he comes into physical...
Videodrome

Videodrome

4.93
1983
Max Renn is the president of a trashy TV channel and he is desperate for new programming to attract viewers. Max sees a potential hit when he sees "Videodrome," a TV show dedicated to torture and puni...

1982.

2 Movies
Take One: Fear on Film

Take One: Fear on Film

1982
John Carpenter, John Landis and David Cronenberg discuss their favorite scare films as well as what makes them work in this look at horror films hosted by Mick Garris.
The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome

The Making of David Cronenberg's Videodrome

1982
Interviews with the cast and crew of David Cronenberg's new film were made in 1982.

1981.

1 Movie
Scanners

Scanners

5.05
1981
After a man with extraordinary—and frighteningly destructive—telepathic abilities is nabbed by agents from a mysterious rogue corporation, he discovers he is far from the only possessor of such strang...

1979.

2 Movies
Fast Company

Fast Company

1979
An early departure from director David Cronenberg's canon of visceral horror, 1979's Fast Company profiles one of his personal passions, racecars, in a melodramatic that also features exciting racetra...
The Brood

The Brood

5.24
1979
A man tries to uncover an unconventional psychologist's therapy techniques on his institutionalized wife, while a series of brutal attacks committed by a brood of Mutant children coincides with the hu...

1977.

1 Movie
Rabid

Rabid

1
1977
After undergoing radical surgery for injuries from a motorcycle accident, a young woman develops a strange phallic growth on her body and a thirst for human blood, which is the only sustenance that wi...

1976.

1 Movie
The Italian Machine

The Italian Machine

1976
One of David Cronenberg's enduring themes is obsessive relationships with technology. A group of bike lovers decide to get their hands on a 900 Desmo SuperSport owned by a rich guy.

1975.

1 Movie · 1 TV show
Shivers

Shivers

6
1975
The residents of a suburban high-rise apartment building are being turned into sex-crazed fiends by parasites that turn them into mindless, sex-crazed fiends.
TV
Peep Show

Peep Show

1975
A collection of half-hour drama programs by Canadian writers and directors.

1973.

1 Movie
Across This Land with Stompin' Tom Connors

Across This Land with Stompin' Tom Connors

1973
Stompin' Tom performs live at the Horseshoe Tavern on Queen St. in Toronto.

1972.

7 Movies
Secret Weapons

Secret Weapons

1972
A future American civil war is six years away. A man has created a drug. Will he give it to theocratic government or the rebels?
Fort York

Fort York

1972
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
Don Valley

Don Valley

1972
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
Scarborough Bluffs

Scarborough Bluffs

1972
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
Lakeshore

Lakeshore

1972
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
In the Dirt

In the Dirt

1972
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
Winter Garden

Winter Garden

1972
A recording of the eponymous ballet choreographed by Olga Roriz, produced for Canadian public television.

1971.

3 Movies
Letter from Michelangelo

Letter from Michelangelo

1971
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television.
Tourrettes

Tourrettes

1971
A short documentary produced for Canadian public television about the medieval village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, where Cronenberg stayed in 1971 and had since been an honorary citizen, trying to become ...
Jim Ritchie Sculptor

Jim Ritchie Sculptor

1971
The work of Montreal sculptor Jim Ritchie, living in France at the time. There is no narration but a music track accompanies this documentary for Canadian public television made by David Cronenberg wh...

1970.

1 Movie
Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

1970
In Crimes of the Future, sexually mature women appear to have been wiped out by a plague caused by the use of cosmetics. Adrian Tripod is the director of the House of Skin. Following the disappearance...

1969.

1 Movie
Stereo (Tile 3B of a CAEE Educational Mosaic)

Stereo (Tile 3B of a CAEE Educational Mosaic)

1969
It was a disguise for an educational film. The "Canadian Academy of Erotic Inquiry's" experiments to induce telepathy in eight experimental subjects is the subject of Stereo. The effects of the experi...

1967.

3 Movies
Buffalo Airport Visions

Buffalo Airport Visions

1967
An investigation of Toronto street life.
From the Drain

From the Drain

1967
Two men in a bathtub are implied to be veterans of conflict in the film. Two men are indifferent to the drain of the tub. A vine-like tendril emerges from the drain as the two men talk.

1966.

1 Movie
Transfer

Transfer

1966
A psychiatrist and his patient are talking in a snowy field.

Unknown Year.

2 Movies · 1 TV show
Crimes of the Future

Crimes of the Future

There are currently no known facts.
Crash Cannes Film Festival Press Conference

Crash Cannes Film Festival Press Conference

The cast of Crash and director David Cronenberg discuss the movie at the Cannes Film Festival 1996
TV
Teleplay

Teleplay

A Canadian anthology series.
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