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Working with diverse teams and communities, global funders and influencers, Canadian filmmaker Liz Marshall has written, directed, produced and filmed multiple impactful documentary projects around the globe since the 1990s. Motivated by the transformative language of film and television, her award-winning work is exhibited and reviewed widely. Feature length and broadcast titles include: s-yéwyáw / Awaken (2023) Meat the Future (2020) Midian Farm (2018) The Ghosts in Our Machine (2013) Water on the Table (2010.)


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Liz Marshall is an active member of the Canadian film community. She has been a member of DOC (Documentary Organization of Canada) since 2007, and served for three terms (2011-2016) as an elected board member of the Toronto chapter of DOC, which formed the DOC Institute – the collective voice for Toronto’s indie documentary filmmakers. Liz is a member of the Directors Guild of Canada – BC Chapter – a provincial labour organization representing more than 1,900 key creative and logistical personnel working in the screen-based industries. Liz is a core founding member of the Canadian chapter of Film Fatales, a global collective of experienced directors dedicated to the creation of more films and television by and about women and gender diverse humans.