| Norma Bailey|
| Will Elkin, Ben Elkin|
| Gemini Award for Best Pay TV Dramatic Program or Series|
Donald Brittain Award for Best Social/Political Documentary Program
The Pastor's Wife, Romeo Killer: The Chris Por, An Officer and a Murderer, The Christmas Hope, Too Late to Say Goodbye
Christopher Porco, Mary Winkler, Gabriel Hogan, Eric Keenleyside, Laura Harris
Norma Bailey Wikipedia
Norma Bailey (born 1949, in Gimli, Manitoba, Canada) is a Canadian film director. She has directed television movies, fictional and documentary shorts, as well as feature films. In 2010 she was named to the Order of Manitoba.
Norma Bailey graduated from the University of Manitoba and began her film career in Montreal as a production assistant on Allan Moyle’s The Rubber Gun and David Cronenberg’s Rabid. She joined the National Film Board of Canada, and her first short, The Performer, made for the Canada Vignettes series, won a jury prize for short film at the Cannes Film Festival. She has since directed and produced numerous shorts, documentaries, features and television dramas, including the Genie Award-winning Bordertown Café in 1992.