Trevor Kristjanson

People's Choice

Trevor Kristjanson began his creative journey by making amateur stunt videos with his teenage friends in the small town of Gimli, Manitoba. Making films has been his passion ever since.

In 2012, Trevor served as the director’s apprentice on the CBC television movie Jack. During this time, he wrote and produced the short film Sea Legs for Eagle Vision Inc.

Trevor has written and directed several short films, as well as acted in dozens of short films, web series, music videos and feature films. His short film Boy Toys has played at many festivals and received several awards, as well as screening on CBC’s TV show Short Film Face-off in the summer of 2017.

In 2017, Trevor directed the short dramatic film Platypus, a project which has received funding from BravoFACT. Trevor will release his latest short film Surfacing this year.