Monika Mitchell is a writer-director-producer working in independent film, made-for-television movies and TV series ranging from 1-hour dramas and crime procedurals to 1⁄2-hour single-camera comedies and episodic documentaries. In independent film, Mitchell’s shorts and features have qualified for Oscar® consideration and have appeared at over 120 high-profile festivals worldwide from Slamdance to Cannes, winning over 30 awards including multiple Best Picture and Audience Awards. Her work in episodic television began with three seasons of CTV’s half-hour, single-camera, comedy Robson Arms, the cable TV series Exes and Ohs, CBC’s one hour drama Davinci’s City Hall and OutTV’s documentary series Outspoken. These are her credits as a director.
Features & TV Movies:
Night Deposit (1999, short)
John Apple Jack (2013)
TV Series – at least 1 episode of:
Ties That Bind (2015)