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Scott Jones

Scott Jones is a filmmaker, playwright, and music educator from Mi’kma’ki (Nova Scotia). Scott worked with the National Film Board of Canada to create the award-winning documentary Love, Scott (HotDocs, 2018), and in 2022 Scott wrote and directed his first short film, Coin Slot (VIFF, 2022; Best Short Film, AIFF, 2022). Both films are available online via the NFB website, Amazon (Love, Scott), and on CBC Gem (Coin Slot). Scott has also worked extensively as a music educator, having conducted the Nova Scotia Youth Choir (resident conductor), VOX: A Choir for Social Change (NS), the Pictou District Honour Choir (NS), and Vox Populi (ON). He has guest conducted the Amadeus Choir (ON), Shallaway Youth Choir (NL), Lady Cove Women's Choir (NL), Mount Allison Choral Society (NB), and Singing Out (ON). Scott has received numerous accolades for his artistic and activist work, including a YMCA Peace Medal, a Nova Scotia Human Rights Award, and a Mount Allison Alumni Award (Contemporary Achievement). Scott has a Master of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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