Patrick Reed
Over the past decade, Patrick Reed has collaborated on and championed several award-winning documentaries for White Pine Pictures. These films have appeared at the most prestigious festivals, been broadcast around the world, and theatrically released. Many of Reed’s films explore human rights issues, following compelling characters as they struggle with the past and present. One of Reed’s first assignments with White Pine was researching and producing Shake Hands With The Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire, which won the World Cinema Documentary Audience Award at Sundance 2006, and Best Documentary Emmy in 2007.

Entries by Patrick Reed

For Remembrance Day, Stories of Soldiers, Children and Child Soliders

(1) Comments | Posted November 8, 2013 | 7:30 AM

We all have childhood memories of Remembrance Day. And we should.

My first is an almost ritualized story that my dad would tell each year. He'd gather my 10 siblings and me. He'd tell us how lucky we were. Not for the usual reasons -- freedom and plenty due to...

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The Child Soldier Who Traded His Machete For a Pair of Scissors

(3) Comments | Posted April 29, 2013 | 1:52 PM

Claude Mugisha, former child soldier, cuts Romeo Dallaire's hair in Kigali, Rwanda.

Peter Bregg/White Pine Pictures

"You could take a bit off around the ears, and that would be good." So began a bizarre and fascinating trip to the barber....

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