Louis Calabro is the Director of Awards and Special Events at the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, as well as Founder and Director of the Prism Prize, a national arts award presented to the best Canadian music video of the year.

In 2005, Calabro co-founded Goin' Steady Productions, acting as DJ and producer for 200+ events in Toronto and Montréal, including the long-running Goin' Steady and Chronologic dance parties.

Calabro has performed original stage material at such prestigious events as Nuit Blanche and Trampoline Hall and in 2006 began the performance series, The End of the Internet featuring best-selling Canadian poet, Christian Bök and Baltimore absurdist composer Dan Deacon. Calabro's first text, Stop Here on Red Signal 96 was published by Lyrical Myrical Press in 2005.

A graduate of the University of Toronto with a Major in Cinema Studies, Louis lives and works in Toronto.

Send love and hate mail to louiscalabro@gmail.com