Author: Malcolm Ingram

Profile: Malcolm Ingram is born is a Canadian independent film director, producer, writer and podcaster. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the year 1968. His qualifications include a B.Sc degree, PhD (Liv), DSc (Aberd), Cchem, FRSC (Emeritus Professor and former Head of Department. Since the year 2000, he has been Fellow of the Society of Glass Technology. Since 1999 he has been the Editor of Physics and Chemistry of Glasses: European Journal of Glass Science and Technology, Part B.

In 2002 he has been Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and in the very same year, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation awarded his the Research Prize to become Project Leader within Sonderforschungsbereich 458 and Visiting Professor at the University of Munster.

Writing style: Electrochemical energy storage and the historical aspects of glass science and its impact on the environment and society are Malcolm Ingram’s areas of interests.

Published Texts:

Poets of Nature: A Meditation on the Human Connection with Earth (Poets of Nature, #1)

Maths for Advanced Biology


Awards and Acknowledgements:

2006 – Received acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival

2007 – Ingram appeared on the cover of A Bear’s Life, a gay magazine with Kevin Smith, his friend. During an appearance on Late Show with David Letterman was unveiled by Kevin Smith

March 14, 2010 – Malcolm Ingram premiered his fourth film, a documentary entitled Bear Nation at SXSW

March 10, 2013 – He premiered his film Continental about the legendary gay bats in New York City

2015 – Released a documentary film, Out to Win about LGBT people in sports

Malcolm Ingram has been very often the figure of fun while being the multiple-time guest host on Smith’s SModcast especially for an incident in the 14th episode, where promised that he would cut off his little finger if Paul Martin wouldn’t be the present Prime Minister of Canada. It was Stephen Harper. Malcolm did not cut off his little finger. By the year 2010 he started to host his own podcast along with his mother Gloria in a show Called the Toronto Ontario Mo & Glo(ria) in which it was discussed that he was gay while discussing other different topics. Malcolm announced in May 2010 that he would discontinue production of the podcast for an indefinite time mentioning that the lack of availability of his mother to do the recording. However, the show has been released sporadically.