James Cullingham is an educator, award winning documentary filmmaker, a widely published writer and seasoned national broadcaster. Cullingham is coordinator and a professor in the Journalism Broadcast program at the School of Communication Arts of Seneca College in Toronto. He has served as an executive producer with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). His documentaries concerning social justice, politics, history and popular culture have been screened around the world. Cullingham has been published by Canada ’s leading newspapers and magazines. He appears as a guest on a number of Canadian public affairs and cultural television programs.
Cullingham was born in Toronto in 1954. He grew up there, in Florida and Switzerland where he completed high-school. In 2003-2005, Cullingham earned a Masters degree in history at the University of Toronto. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in history at Toronto's York University. He completed his undergraduate studies at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario with an Honour's Degree in Native Studies and French. He is fluent in French and has a working knowledge of Spanish. He is an accomplished wilderness canoeist and avid hiker.
In Search of Blind Joe Death: The Saga of John Fahey
2012, 58:00 minutes, colour, English
2007, 55:48 minutes, colour, English, Closed Captioned also available
1997, 52:30 minutes, colour, English
Duncan Campbell Scott: The Poet and the Indians
1995, 56:50 minutes
by . ActiveHistory.ca, Mar 5, 2018. History Department at the University of Saskatchewan and Huron University College, 2018.
by . Mojoworkin.com, Feb. 2014.
by . The QUIETUS, Feb. 21, 2013.
by . The Guardian, Nov. 26, 2013.
by . The Quietus, Feb. 21, 2013.