Catherine Bainbridge

Bainbridge

Catherine Bainbridge brings her trademark energy and enthusiasm to a range of key roles, from creating projects and pitching, right through to writing and editing the final product. Winner of a Gemini Award for Best Direction in a Documentary Program for Reel Injun, she’s also spearheaded Rezolution’s move into fiction programming with Moose TV, winner of the 2008 Indie Award for Best Comedy Series.

Bainbridge is currently executive producer on two series in development: the one-hour episodic drama The River for The Movie Network and Movie Central, and the half-hour dramatic comedy Mohawk Girls for APTN. Co-founder of Rezolution Pictures along with Ernest Webb in 2001, she’s also now leading the way as the company expands into video games via their new venture, Minority Media Inc. A trailblazing documentary filmmaker, former newspaper reporter and TV host, Bainbridge began her distinguished career behind the camera in 1992 as co-director of Okanada, an inside look at the 1990 Oka Crisis. In 2000, she was honoured as most promising filmmaker of the year by the Montreal chapter of Women in Film and Television. She is a co-founder of Beesum Communications and The Nation news magazine.

Films by Catherine Bainbridge