Gretchen Kelbaugh


Gretchen Kelbaugh has won regional and national screenwriting competitions. Her teleplay 106 Fire Hydrants was produced for CBC-TV in 1999. Since then, Gretchen has produced independent documentaries and dramas that have screened around the world. 

Gretchen’s screenplay Margaret and Deirdre won the CBC Producers’ Showcase. She then directed this as an ultra low budget movie, which won Best Screenplay at the Trail Dance Film Festival in 2008.

Piece o’ Cake won Best No Budget Short at the Broad Humor Film Festival. Menocracy (featuring Rt Hon Kim Campbell) on women, politics and electoral reform.

Films by Gretchen Kelbaugh