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Celeste Mackenzie

Ottawa
ON
Formats
all formats
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, music clearances, licensing, editorial research
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, history - European, history - military, politics - current affairs, food, biography, geography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, nature, crime, music, architecture, social studies, health - medicine, business - law, sports, First Nations issues, agriculture
Languages
English, French, Spanish

Charlotte Odele

Toronto
ON
Formats
documentary
Research Type
editorial research
Subject Areas
politics - current affairs, human rights, arts culture

Connie Littlefield

Halifax
NS
Formats
documentary
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, project management, editorial research
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, politics - current affairs, biography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, music, social studies, health - medicine, business - law
Languages
English
About My Work
I am a documentary filmmaker, researcher, and teacher. My own films focus on psychedelic drugs and drug policy. https://www.linkedin.com/in/connie-littlefield/

I enjoy doing editorial and visual research contracts on a wide variety of films and tv series. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1802222/

I was nominated in each of the two research categories at the 2021 Canadian Screen Awards:

The Barbara Sears Award for Best Editorial Research for
"Toxic Beauty"
documentary Channel (CBC) (White Pine Pictures)
Phyllis Ellis, Sandra Bartlett, Karen Dougherty, Sarah Michael, Connie Littlefield

The Barbara Sears Award for Best Visual Research for:
"Margaret Atwood: A Word after a Word after a Word is Power"
documentary Channel (CBC) (White Pine Pictures)
Kathie McKenna, Nancy Lang, Connie Littlefield, Isabelle Foisy, Michelle Demeyere, Jessica Joy Wise

Cornelia Schnall

New York
NY
Formats
all formats
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, talent clearances, licensing, project management, editorial research
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, history - European, history - military, politics - current affairs, food, biography, geography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, nature, crime, music, architecture, social studies, health - medicine, business - law, sports, First Nations issues, agriculture
Languages
English, German

Catherine Pelchat

Montreal
Quebec
Formats
documentary, factual series, web content
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, trademark clearances, licensing, project management, editorial research
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, history - European, history - military, politics - current affairs, food, biography, geography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, nature, social studies, health - medicine
Languages
English, French, Spanish
About My Work
I graduated with a masters degree in History in 2002. Since then, I have dedicated myself to film and TV research. I have been working on many feature documentary films, doc series and various TV programs in Quebec, in charge of both editorial and visual research.

Colin Preston

Company / Compagnie: Sprocketheads Media Consulting
Vancouver
BC
Formats
documentary, industrials, dramatic television, factual series
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage
Subject Areas
history - Canadian, history - American, history - European, history - military, politics - current affairs, geography, human rights, popular culture, arts culture
Languages
English

Cindy Wolfe

Toronto
ON
Formats
documentary, feature films, dramatic television
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, talent clearances, licensing
Subject Areas
history - world, history - American, history - European, politics - current affairs, biography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, crime, music, architecture, social studies, health - medicine
Languages
English

David Lee

Toronto
Ontario
Formats
publishing, web content
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, music clearances, talent clearances, licensing, project management, editorial research
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, history - European, politics - current affairs, food, biography, geography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, nature, music, architecture, sports, First Nations issues
Languages
English, Other
About My Work
I am a photo researcher and editor with 16 years experience in the editorial print and web industry. My experience lies mainly in still photography licensing and assignment but have also started licensing video and music in the past three years. I am currently the Photo Editor at Hello! Canada magazine.

Denise O'Brien

Toronto
ON
Formats
documentary, factual series
Research Type
visuals - stills, visuals - footage, licensing
Subject Areas
history - world, history - Canadian, history - American, politics - current affairs, biography, geography, human rights, science - environment, popular culture, arts culture, nature, crime, music, health - medicine, First Nations issues
Languages
English
About My Work
My most recent projects have been:

The Way Out, co-directors Michelle Shephard (Guantanamo's Child: Omar Khadr) and David York. http://www.cbc.ca/cbcdocspov/episodes/the-way-out

Viceland series 'Abandoned' which explores America's modern day ruins. https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/dpkvmm/viceland-abandoned-trailer

CBC web series 'Brand Canada', a Canada 150 project that takes a look at Canada's "brand". Produced by Big Cedar Films. https://2017guide.cbc.ca/item/brand-canada/