Trish Dolman


Trish Dolman is the founder of Screen Siren Pictures (1997), whose productions have been honoured with Gemini, Genie, Banff Rockie, Prix Italia, Leo and Audience Favourite awards. Recent films include Indian Horse, premiered at TIFF in 2017; Hector and the Search for Happiness (in co-production with Egoli Tossell Germany); Some Kind of Love, a feature documentary by Oscar-shortlisted director Thomas Burstyn.

Other films include: Max McGuire’s Foreverland (2011), TIFF Canada First! openers Daydream Nation (2010) by Michael Goldbach and Year of the Carnivore (2009) by writer/director Sook-Yin Lee, The Score (2005) by director Kim Collier; Keith Behrman’s Flower & Garnet (2001/2002; Luna: Spirit of the Whale. Documentaries and series: Canada in a Day ; Bud Empire; Drawing Out the Demons: A Film About the Artist Attila Richard Lukacs; Girl Racers; Breaking Ranks; and Lisa Jackson’s Reservation Soldiers. and Eco-Pirate : the Story of Paul Watson , written, directed and produced by Trish.



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