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Canadian Screen Award for Best Direction in a Documentary Program
Philip Lyall, Kaitlyn Regehr, Eva Markvoort, Orsy Szabó, Nettie Wild
Nimisha Mukerji Wikipedia
Nimisha Mukerji is an award-winning director of film and television, and her work has been featured on National Geographic, CBC and VICE. Nimisha's debut feature 65_RedRoses was one of the first official selections by Oprah Winfrey for her Documentary Club on OWN. Distributed by PBS International, Ro*co and Hellocoolworld, 65_RedRoses was commissioned by the CBC and acquired by Netflix and Hulu. Mukerji’s second feature Blood Relative was produced for Knowledge Network and screened in competition at Hot Docs ’13, winning Audience Awards in Vancouver, New York and Paris before receiving 3 Canadian Screen Award nominations (Canadian Emmy’s) including Best Direction in a Documentary Program (Mukerji’s second nomination in this category). Her short narrative works include The Arrival Hour, In The Deep and Beauty Mark (Official Selection Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent Program at the Cannes Film Festival ’13), which she co-wrote and produced. Mukerji is an alumnus of TIFF’s Talent Lab and sits on the boards of DOC National and POV Magazine. She was the recipient of the 2015 Director’s Guild of Canada’s Mentorship Award and the 2014 Women In Film & Television Artistic Achievement Award (Vancouver). Her latest feature Tempest Storm will be releasing in 2016 and is being produced with Super Channel, ARTE and SWR for distribution by Mongrel Media.