Cari Green


Cari Green is a Vancouver-based producer with over twenty years experience. Her start in film distribution has given her a solid background in sales and marketing. Her producing career began with work on a CBC dramatic television series, Family Pictures, and a feature film, The Vacant Lot for an independent production company.

Cari has more than twenty television specials to her credit. She produced, Songololo: Voices of Change, the critically acclaimed, Genie nominated feature documentary about post-apartheid culture in South Africa. The Learning Path, was part of a groundbreaking series, As Long As the Rivers Flow, and The Washing of Tears, was directed by acclaimed film director and author, Hugh Brody (Maps and Dreams).

Since 1994, she and filmmaker, Barb Cranmer (Nimpkish Wind Productions) have produced award-winning television programs about Native culture, including, Strength of the River, I'Tusto:To Rise Again, and The Spirit Wraps Around You. Cari also co-produced a three-part miniseries, The Corporation, with Mark Achbar (Manufacturing Consent) for TV Ontario.

Cari is now an associated with a new company, Producers On Davie Pictures, with veteran producers, Aerlyn Weissman and Harry Sutherland, which has a slate of feature documentaries, television hours and feature films in development with award-winning directors, Alan King, Velcrow Ripper, Jack Silberman, Colin Browne and Veronica Mannix.

Recently Cari produced, Little Sister's vs. Big Brother, a feature documentary with director, Aerlyn Weissman (Forbidden Love), which is scheduled for broadcast on Global television and Pride Vision in the fall of 2002.

Films by Cari Green