R. Paul Dhillon is an [[Indo-Canadian]] [[journalist]] and head of [[MMM Films]] and [[Blueberry Street Motion Pictures]]. Dhillon is also a film writer, [[Film director|director]], [[Film producer|producer]] and [[cinematographer]]. Dhillon is a graduate of [[Simon Fraser University]].
In addition to his work in film, Dhillon is the editor of [[British Columbia]]’s oldest weekly newspaper, The Link. He received the Best National Editorial Award from the Ethnic Journalists Association in 2005 for his reportage on the tragedy [http://www.tribuneindia.com/2007/20070407/ttlife1.htm].
== Filmography ==
* [[Sweet Amerika]] (2008), starring [[Bollywood]] icon [[Gulshan Grover]] and Canadian actors [[Remi Clair]], [[Sian Sladen]], [[Melanie Papalia]], [[...| David Stuart]] and [[Kit Koon]]
* Planet Aaj (1997/98), a [[South Asian]] variety show shown on [[Baton Broadcasting]]’s flagship [[Canadian]] National [[Television]] station (now BC-[[CTV Television Network|CTV]] - Channel 9)
* Saint Soldier (1999/2000) - a one-hour [[Documentary film|documentary]] on B.C.’s [[Sikh]] community also for CTV
* Slices Of My Life (1992/93), a slice of the [[Wiktionary:immigrant|]] experience
* South Van Stud (1992), a play for Expressions ’92 Youth Festival
* Autumn Leaves (1990/91), a short film which was selected at [[Montreal]]’s Student [[Film Festival]]