Lucas Boron is the writer, director, editor and executive producer at LBP, overseeing production, marketing and the day-to-day operations of the company.

Previous to his work with LBP, Lucas was a member of the Association of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) where he worked alongside award-winning performers, appearing in titles for MGM Studios, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures and Columbia Pictures. His work in scripted television includes series for Netflix, USA Network, NBCUniversal, BBC America, Shaftesbury and FX. Lucas has appeared in national ad campaigns for The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Casino Rama, The Keg, Mondelez, Kraft Heinz, Target, Interac, Rogers, and HBC. 

Lucas worked as a Production Coordinator on two films for the Canadian Film Centre. 'Life on Juniper' was nominated for Best Short Film at the Yorkton Film Festival and 'What Doesn’t Kill You' received the Short Cuts Award for Best Canadian Film at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.

Lucas has published scholarship on the subject of film theory for 'Kinema' and 'Cineaction'. His most recent article was published internationally in the 'Quarterly Review of Film and Video' by David Sterritt, American film author and former Chairman of the National Society of Film Critics (link) in the United States.

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