winning documentary filmmaker and screenwriter Sheila Jordan is successfully
turning her hand to screen drama. Her new script "Kathleen's
Closet" won on of five National Screen Institute's 2004 drama
prizes. The prize includes training, in-kind services and partial production
winning script, written in her studio on Pender Island, is the story
of an elderly women's last night and the young nurse who helps her leave
with dignity and grace. The film will be shot in the fall of 2004 and
will air on CBC in 2005.
documentary credits include: the TV show Aboriginal Voices, the
documentary "No Surrender", and teaching at the Galiano
Island Film and Television School (GIFTS). "No Surrender",
nominated for best documentay at the Sichuan Film Festival, aired on
the Discovery Channel in 1996.