After graduating UBC with a BA Honours, Corey Ogilvie began his pursuit of filmmaking in the fall of 2005. His debut was with the short autobiographical drama "Swivel" (Juan Riedinger, Leela Savasta), about a neurotic artist gone mad in his search for story. Shortly after this, Corey joined Wright Brothers Films in the production of the apocalyptic feature "Simon's Bachelor Party" (Jason Boudain, James Tyce, Daniel Thomas, Steve Miller). Following this, Corey finished his first feature length documentary as director, "Think Peace: Portrait of a 21st Century Movement", a film documenting the modern day peace movement and its struggles in an era of war. This film had its world premiere at the Queens International Festival on November 06 2008. Following his debut, Corey directed the feature doc 'Streets of Plenty', which has been purchased for broadcast in Canada and internationally, as well garnered 3 nominations at the 2011 Leo Awards: Best Feature Documentary, Best Direction in a Feature Documentary, and Best Sound Design in a feature Documentary. Also at the 2011 Leo Awards, Corey was nominated for Best Cinematography in a Documentary for 'a requiem for che', and Best Editing in a Short Dramatic Film for 'Henry's Glasses'. Currently, Corey is working with Maple Pictures co-directing a feature doc about Steve Nash simply titled 'Nash', set for release fall/winter 2011.