Nadine Valcin is an award-winning bilingual producer, writer, and director. Her factual and documentary work has been shown in Canada on CBC, CBC News Network, TVO, W, Artv, Canal D, Réseau de l’information (RDI), Société Radio-°©‐Canada (SRC), TFO, as as TV One and the History Network in the United States. She has directed four documentary projects for the National Film Board of Canada including the critically-acclaimed Black, Bold and Beautiful (1999) and Une école sans frontiers (A School Without Boarders, 2008).

With a focus is on dramatic projects, she has written and directed three short films, and is developing two feature films, Trajectories (in French) and My Own Angel (in English), as well as the dramatic television series, Deep Shadows. Nadine has been awarded numerous grants and prizes including the prestigious Chalmers Arts Fellowship and a Drama Prize from the National Screen Institute for the short film In Between. She has also received two International Promax Awards for her creative work in advertising and branding. Nadine Valcin holds a professional degree in architecture from McGill University. She is an alumna of Doc Lab, the Women In the Director’s Chair, the National Screen Institute and l’Institut national de l’image et du son, and filmmaker in residence at York University’s Osgoode. She is the recipient of the WIDC @Wallace Studio Award for the completion of a short film.