|Name Catherine Annau||Role Filmmaker|
|Movies Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence, Just Watch Me: Trudeau and the '70s Generation|
Awards Genie Award for Best Feature Length Documentary
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Nominations Gemini Award for Best Direction in a News Information Program or Series
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Catherine Annau is a North American documentary filmmaker who worked on Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence (HBO), the award-winning Just Watch Me: Trudeau and the '70s Generation and as a producer and director on reality series such as Spoiled Rotten and Gold Medal Plates: The Quest for Canada's Best Chef.
Annau's debut feature Just Watch Me: Trudeau and the '70s Generation won numerous prizes and appeared at New York's Lincoln Center, the National Gallery in Washington D.C., at the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris, and at various film festivals worldwide.
Annau's other directing work includes the high definition, international co-production Sexual Intelligence with Kim Cattrall, broadcast on HBO, Channel 4, and Discovery Canada; Winning, a documentary about lottery winners which was broadcast by the Sundance Channel U.S and numerous public broadcasters, and The Power Refugees, a half-hour documentary about savvy young Canadians in New York. She had produced and directed for CBC's renowned investigative journalism series The Fifth Estate. Her documentary The Good Father about one of Canada's worst sexual predators was acclaimed in Canada and abroad. She has also produced an internationally award-winning documentary on women and heart disease, Wisdom of the Heart.
A published author, her written work has appeared in the best-selling Trudeau Albums (Penguin Books, 2000), and in the Globe and Mail, as well as in numerous academic journals and anthologies of Canadian history.
An author and pundit, Annau produced and directed Brick by Brick: the Story of Evergreen Brickworks, a documentary film about urban and environmental renewal and the Nazi POWs who helped build modern Toronto.