John Greyson is a filmmaker, video artist, writer, activist and educator whose productions have won accolades at festivals throughout the world. He is a professor at York University, where he teaches film and video theory and film production and editing. Greyson is the recipient of the 2000 Toronto Arts Award for film/video and the 2007 Bell Award in Video Art. Feature films include Urinal, Zero Patience and Packin’. Greyson is active in various anti-censorship, AIDS, peace and queer activist media projects, including The Olive Project, Deep Dish TV, Blah Blah Blah and AIDS Action Now.