Peg Campbell has been directing and producing award winning documentaries and narrative films since 1975. Her films have received international acclaim, winning awards at the Genie's, Banff International Television Festival, Melbourne Film Festival, Yorkton Short Film Festival, Northwest Film and Video Festival and the Information Film Producers of America. They have been broadcast on CBC, PBS, WTN, A&E, The Movie Channel and educational networks.
She is Head of Film, Video + Integrated Media and an Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.
Peg has been active since 1979 in film and video co-operatives and was one of the founding members of Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society, the Independent Film and Video Alliance, Vancouver Women in Film and Video and the Women in the Directors Chair Workshop. She is currently on the board of Moving Images Distribution and Mascall Dance.
She represented Canadian film producers during the negotiations for the Mexican-Canadian Co-production Treaty in 1990 and was given the Simon Fraser University Alumni Award for service to the community in 1991. She was invited to Mumbai, India to speak on film education at the Frames 2002 film conference. On their 15th Anniversary, Women in Film and Video Vancouver gave her the honour of a Lifetime Membership Award in 2004.