Brett Gaylor is a documentary filmmaker and interactive producer.  His interactive series Do Not Track is the recipient of the International Documentary Association award for best nonfiction series, the 2016 Peabody Award, and the Prix Gemaux for Best Interactive Series. His short OK Google  animated a year of his son Rowan’s accidental voice searches and received the 2019 Webby Award. His 2008 feature Rip! A Remix Manifesto was the recipient of audience choice prizes at festivals from Amsterdam to South Africa, broadcast in 20 countries, and seen by millions of people worldwide on Netflix, Hulu and The Pirate Bay. His most recent project Discriminator premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, 2021.

Read this profile of Brett by SFU’s Faculty of Communication, Art, and Technology.