Duncan ChristieDuncan Christie graduated from Humber College's Film & Television Production Program in 1997. In school he directed various short films and received an honours diploma. His first student film, PHOBIA, was awarded Best Animated Short Film at TVO's Tele-Fest awards in 1996.

After school Duncan learned the basics of real-world post production at a high-end post facility in Toronto, leaving shortly thereafter to pursue his career as an off-line editor and, eventually, director.

Duncan's unique style of editing and storytelling quickly made him a much sought- after editor, working on projects ranging from A&E's BIOGRAPHY to Anita Doron's debut feature film THE END OF SILENCE (Best Foreign Film - Tahoe/Reno Film Festival; Best Feature - Canadian Filmmakers Festival) to Showcase's KENNY VS. SPENNY (3 Gemini nominations).

As a musician, Duncan produces electronic music with his band Madrid. Over the years they have gained critical acclaim with their debut album, Warm Waters (Aporia/Universal), had numerous songs in film and TV (THE L-WORD) and played international showcases in the UK and Europe.

All of these skills — music, editing, a passion for film — have led Duncan to where he is now, as a first-time feature director with CONFESSIONS OF PORN ADDICT — a mockumentary comedy starring Spencer Rice (KENNY VS. SPENNY).

Duncan is also a world traveller, having lived in Argentina and Africa while growing up, and an avid scuba diver.