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Filmmaker - Director
An award-winning producer/director for film and television, Nimisha Mukerji’s work has been featured on National Geographic, VICE and OWN. Her debut feature 65_RedRoses was commissioned by the CBC and was one of the first official selections by Oprah Winfrey for her Documentary Club. It went on to be acquired by Netflix and Hulu.
Filmmaker - Producer/Director
Philip Lyall is a Gemini nominated Canadian producer and director. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Film Production Program where he was mentored by Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker John Zaritsky. Philip’s credits include the award-winning feature documentary 65_RedRoses (producer/director). The documentary played in festivals and TV markets around the world and most notably was selected as part of the Oprah Winfrey Documentary Club on the OWN Network.
Filmmaker - Cinematographer
A University of British Columbia film school graduate whose credits as a cinematographer include both documentary film (65_RedRoses and Love Shines) and reality television (Crash Test Mommy). He is an award-winning filmmaker, receiving recognition for best short film and best sound design on his first production, Merge. He has mentored under Academy Award winning director John Zaritsky and traveled around the world filming on a variety of productions.


Production - Production Company
Based in Vancouver, BC, Force Four Entertainment began operations in 1983, and has grown into one of Canada’s most successful and respected film and television producers. The company has produced more than 300 hours of primetime broadcast programming, earning accolades on the national and international stage. Awards include the prestigious Peabody Award, 10 Gemini Awards and over 25 Gemini nominations. Force Four Entertainment programming includes drama, lifestyle and documentary projects for a wide range of broadcasters.


Distributor - US Distributor
A leader in the documentary distribution world, ro*co films understands that a compelling real-life story can educate, entertain, and engage diverse audiences around emotionally gripping, universally important themes. They are the distributor for the US educational version.
Distributor - Canadian Distributor
Hello Cool World believes in "fairer trade" distribution. They give more to filmmakers and use the rest to fund the campaign. Wherever possible, they work with ethical suppliers and use eco-friendly printing.