|Name Kari Skogland||Role Film director|
Spouse Jim Munro
Childrens MacKenzie and Aislin
Occupation film director, screenwriter, & producer
Awards Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Screenplay
Nominations Juno Award for Video of the Year
Movies Fifty Dead Men Walking, Liberty Stands Still, The Stone Angel, Zebra Lounge, Children of the Corn 666: Isaa
Similar People Martin McGartland, Cameron Daddo, Natalie Press, Jim Sturgess, Kevin Zegers
Kari skogland talks about making fifty dead men walking
Kari Skogland is a Canadian film director, screenwriter and producer.
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Wift atlantic a conversation with kari skogland
Born in Ottawa, Canada, Kari Skogland is married. She has two daughters.
Skogland started as an editor. Then she moved on to directing, starting with award-winning television commercials and music videos. Then she became a director of television shows, beginning with 1996's Traders. Traders was nominated for several Geminis including Best Director, and won Best Series.
Her first film, The Size of Watermelons won the Silver Award at WorldFest Houston. Her CBC film White Lies was nominated for several Geminis and an International Emmy and won a Tout Ecran. She also directed 50 Dead Men Walking starring Sir Ben Kingsley, Jim Sturgess and Rose McGowan in March 2009. She directed episodes of Boardwalk Empire, The Borgias and in 2014 the miniseries Sons of Liberty and episodes of the History Channel's Vikings.