Paula Kelly


Paula Kelly is an award-winning Winnipeg writer/director whose credits include both drama and documentary projects. Her most recent documentary, The Notorious Mrs. Armstrong, was winner of three Manitoba Blizzard Awards in 2003, for best direction, best script (non-dramatic), and best editing. The film was also nominated for a Gemini Award (best editing). Her most recent dramatic credits include 2030CE, a children's action adventure series, and the half hour drama, Epiphany Rules, which was the opening premiere at the Local Heroes Film Festival (NSI Film Exchange), and selected for the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival and Lisbon's International Short Film Festival, among others. She is an alumnus of the Canadian Film Centre, and recipient of the Banff CTV Fellowship Award and the MIPCOM Fellowship. Her current feature-length documentary, Appassionata: The Extraordinary Life and Music of Sonia Eckhardt-Gramatte, premiered in spring of 2006.

Films by Paula Kelly