REBECCA CAMPBELL  |  Writer/Director

Rebecca has worked on multiple award-winning web series, documentaries, 360° video and
has won two Alberta Media Production Industries Association Awards for her children's series
Squeaks & Cheeks, as well as for the one-hour documentary, Last of the Fur Traders. She also produced
a CBC Kids digital pilot The Girl Who Talks to the Moon which was recently nominated for a Golden
Sheaf Award at ‘Yorkton Film Festival’. She has produced and directed over 40 disability- themed
segments for AMI This Week, 3 one-hour documentaries and a mini-series for AMI- tv.


As a veteran Canadian film producer, Bonnie has produced numerous television and feature POV
documentaries with directors across Canada, all focussing on social issues.  She produced with the
National Film Board of Canada for 18 years before going independent. Her productions have won
awards regionally, nationally and internationally, and have been viewed on big and small screens around
the world. Recent productions include the feature documentary Angry Inuk (NFB, CBC, Doc Channel)
which won the Hot Docs Audience Award, the Gémeaux Best Doc Award, TIFF Top Ten Award; Vital
(NFB, CBC The Nature of Things) which was versioned as Transplanting Hope for PBS NOVA and
nominated for a 2019 Emmy Award; the short NFB animation Wildlife, nominated for an Academy Award
and a Canadian Screen Award; the ground-breaking NFB interactive documentaries Bear 71 and Invisible World,
winner of Webby Awards; and most recently nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up (CBC, APTN)
which opened Hot Docs 2019, won the Best Canadian feature Documentary Award, and was in the top 5
box office list for its theatrical run.


Frederick has worked in media for the past 18 years and has produced anddirected
numerous projects for CBC, TELUS Originals, National Film Board of Canada, APTN, AMI-tv, CTV,
and Shaw. His films have screened at over 60 festivals internationally and he was won numerous awards,
including Edmonton’s ‘Top 40 under 40.’ Most recently he won an Alberta Rosie screenwriting award for
his work on APTN’s Queen of the Oil Patch, a TV- series that he created, and which he is currently directing
and camera operating on the second season. Frederick is also an accomplished director of photography.


Brenda Terning is a multi-award winning documentary editor, winner of the Canadian Cinema Editor award of 2017. Her body of work includes multiple Gemini, CSA and Emmy nominated international documentaries and series. Past works include: Emmy Nominated, Vital Bonds (CBC and PBS Nova), CSA winning mini-series, Equus, (CSA nomination best editor, Emmy nomination best Science and Nature), Emmy nominated The Great Human Odyssey (Winner, Best Series, Canadian Screen Awards) and Gemini Nominated documentaries;
Point, The Age of Oil Sands, The Perfect Runner and Lost Years. Most recent works include feature length documentaries; Dogsville for director Rosvita Dransfeld and Love, the Last Chapter for the National Film Board

of Canada.