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Cole Rutman

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Cole Shane Rutman is a Canadian filmmaker, screenwriter, director and producer. He is most prominently known for producing and directing Voices Documentary and for being an executive producer at TEDxWesternU.[citation needed] Cole is also an award-winning screenwriter in Los Angeles for the feature film Before Us. After Us.

Cole was born on March 2, 2004 in Toronto, Canada,[citation needed] to Jewish parents. He attended Jewish Day School as a child. Growing up, Cole was the youngest in his family with an older brother and sister. Cole gained an interest in movie-making at a very early age, using his I-PAD to create movie trailers as a hobby. At 16, he created his first short-film from home, titled The Timeout of 2020, an awareness video for the COVID-19 Pandemic during quarantine. When Cole was 17 years old he was awarded a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards[citation needed] for dramatic script. He was the only Canadian recipient in the dramatic script category. At 19, Cole also scored as a semi-finalist in a screenplay competition in college for feature film, "Before Us. After Us." and he says he was the youngest person to be selected by 20 years. Later that year, he was awarded for the same script in the Student Los Angeles Film Festival[citation needed] at Dolby Theatre.[citation needed] In late 2023, Cole is set to release his upcoming project, Voices Documentary,[citation needed] which highlights the voices and stories of Ukrainians who found safety in Canada.


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