Bailey in 2017
|Education||University of Western Ontario|
|Occupation||Film critic, festival programmer|
Born in London, England to parents from Barbados, he spent his early childhood in St. James, Barbados, before moving to Canada with his family at the age of eight. Educated at the University of Western Ontario, he worked as a film reviewer for Now, Canada AM, CBC Radio One, Take One and other publications before joining the Toronto International Film Festival as a programmer.
In 2012, Bailey was named artistic director of the Toronto International Film Festival.
In 2018, Bailey was promoted to the newly created position of artistic director and co-head of the Toronto International Film Festival.
- Cameron Bailey (1999). Kay Armatage; Kass Banning; Brenda Longfellow; Janine Marchessault (eds.). A Cinema of Duty: The Films of Jennifer Hodge de Silva. Gendering the Nation: Canadian Women's Cinema. Toronto: University of Toronto. pp. 94–108.
- Cameron Bailey (1990). "A Cinema of Duty: The Films of Jennifer Hodge de Silva". CineAction. winter (23): 4–12. In this essay he honoured Jennifer Hodge de Silva.
- "Movie mogul Cameron Bailey". Canadian Immigrant, October 3, 2011.
- "Cameron Bailey named artistic director of Toronto International Film Festival" Archived 2015-01-21 at Archive.today. National Post, March 14, 2012.
- "CBC announces Canada Reads finalists". Toronto Star, January 20, 2015.
- "'Ru' by Montreal's Kim Thuy wins CBC's 'Canada Reads' competition". Brandon Sun, March 19, 2015.
- Lang, Brent (2018-04-19). "Cameron Bailey Promoted to Co-Head of Toronto Film Festival". Variety. Retrieved 2018-11-14.
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