Loretta Sarah Todd is an internationally acclaimed director, writer, and producer known for her powerful, visual storytelling. Her films have screened at festivals worldwide, including Sundance Festival,
American Indian Film Festival, Yamagata Documentary Festival and the Museum of Modern Art - to name a few. She has received many prestigious honours, including a Rockefeller Fellowship to New York University and attendance at the Sundance Scriptwriter's Lab, plus awards and citations from notable events such as the Hot Docs Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. She is also the creator of the Aboriginal Media Lab.
Ms. Todd produced, directed, and wrote the award-winning documentary Today is a Good Day: Remembering Chief Dan George, and other productions with the National Film Board of Canada, including Forgotten Warriors, Hands of History and The Learning Path. She has produced and directed a number of educational documentaries, including a 4-part series on HIV-AIDS.