Dominique Cardona and Laurie Colbert are internationally acclaimed directors. They are the recipients of multiple awards for their complex films about women. A few of these include their first feature, Finn’s Girl, which screened at Outfest: Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, where it won the Outstanding Emerging Talent Award. Their first short dramatic film, Below the Belt, was selected for both the Berlin International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival and was nominated for a Genie Award. Their ground-breaking 1997 doc, My Feminism, featuring Gloria Steinem, bell hooks, Urvashi Vaid and Urvashi Butalia, premiered at the Montreal International Film Festival and won Best Feature Documentary at Reel Affirmations Washington D.C. They are known for their ability to combine feminist activism with compelling storytelling, continue to use film as a medium for sharing the global truth of women’s lives. Born in Algeria and raised in France, Dominique Cardona moved to Canada in 1990.
We list her credits as a Director first.
Features & TV Movies:
Thank God I’m a Lesbian (1992, documentary)
Sharia in Canada: The Pitfalls of Diversity (2005, documentary, short)
Credits as a Screenwriter:
Credits as a Producer: