Trish Dolman

Producer/Director Trish Dolman is the founder of Screen Siren Pictures Inc. and has been working in film and television in Canada for twelve years. In 2001/2002 Trish produced the award-winning feature film Flower & Garnet, directed by Keith Behrman for CBC, TMN, Movie Central, Odeon Films and Alliance Atlantis. Flower & Garnet has screened at numerous international film festivals including Berlin (Panorama Special Section), Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Karlovy Vary, Pusan, and MOMA: Canadian Front. Flower & Garnet was released by Odeon films in Canada in 2003 and ran in Vancouver theatres for over eleven weeks. The film has won several awards including: the Claude Jutra Award for Best Direction of a First Feature Film at the 2003 Genie Awards, Grand Jury Prize for Narrative Feature at the Independent Film Festival of Boston, Best Canadian Feature Film at the Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival and Vancouver Critics' Circle Awards for Best Canadian Picture, Director and Actor, as well as seven British Columbia Film Industry Leo Awards.

She has produced and/or directed productions for AETN, BBC, CBC, CTV, Global, TVO, Movie Central, TMN, W, The Biography Channel, Discovery Channel, Vision TV, Knowledge Network, SCN, Odeon Films, Alliance Atlantis, Fireworks International and the National Film Board of Canada. Trish is also a documentary director. Her credits include: Ice Girls, a feature-length Canada-UK co-production for the BBC and CTV that was nominated for Best Sports Program at the Banff TV Festival and received 3 Leo awards; the BC Film / NFB "Picture This" documentary short Exit Kingsway and Paul Watson: Eco-Pirate, currently in development. Her television producing credits include: Britannia Beach for the NFB, TVO, SCN and the Knowledge Network, The Friendship Village for Vision and History (Executive Producer), Drawing Out the Demons: A film about the Artist Attila Richard Lukacs for Bravo! and TVO, Girl Racers for Global TV.

In 2003, Trish was the youngest ever winner of the Woman of the Year award from Women in Film and Video Vancouver. She was also honored as Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin La Grand Dame 2003 Woman of Distinction. She is on the board of the BC and national Canadian Film and Television Producer's Association (CFTPA) and the steering committee for DOCTalk. She is an active member of Women in Film and Video Vancouver (WIFVV), and is a volunteer for Lion's Bay Search and Rescue.

Films by Trish Dolman