With a background in documentary, including acclaimed short SUCKERFISH and the CTV 1-hour RESERVATION SOLDIERS, Lisa Jackson expanded into fiction with SAVAGE, which won a 2010 Genie award for Best Short Film. Playback Magazine named her one of 10 to Watch in 2012 and her work has played at festivals internationally, aired on CBC, CTV, TMN, Knowledge, SCN and APTN, and is used extensively in educational settings. In 2011, she made the Canadian Film Centre short PARKDALE, and in 2013 she completed four films, including the one-hour doc HOW A PEOPLE LIVE and performance-based short SNARE. She is currently working on fiction and documentary projects, including writing her first TV script for a teen supernatural series. She is Anishinaabe and has a BFA in Film Production from SFU.