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The Lady in Number 6

A film by Oscar®-winning filmmaker Malcolm Clarke

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Creative Team Bios

THE LADY IN NUMBER 6 was written and directed by Malcolm Clarke, and produced by Nicholas Reed. The production of the film was done entirely by the Montreal Team, which includes: Frederic Bohbot (Executive Producer); Carl Freed (Editor); Kieran Crilly (Cinematographer) and Luc St-Pierre (Composer); Nick Fodor (Motion Graphics); James Duhamel (Sound Editing & Mix); Alexis Vanier (Colourist); Julie Theriault (Piano Soloist); and Valerie Shamash (Business Affairs).

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MALCOLM CLARKE

DIRECTOR & OSCAR WINNER FILM MAKER

Malcolm Clarke is an Emmy & Academy Award-winning Director & Producer. Who has worked on known films such as: The Life and Death of Steve Biko (1978); Soldiers in Hiding (1985); Prisoner of Paradise (2002); and The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life (2013). Learn more »

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NICHOLAS REED

PRODUCER

Nick Reed, former ICM agent turned producer has spent his career championing talented artists and their film, television and documentary projects, now in his new role as a strategic producing partner he is excitedly bringing a diverse slate of projects to reality across all types of media. Learn more »

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FREDERIC BOHBOT

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

In 2002, Frederic Bohbot, an independent film producer/director founded Bunbury Films in order to make the documentary film: Once a Nazi… (2006). On the back of it's critical success Bunbury Films expanded its production slate – producing a number of documentaries including: Bigfoot's Reflection (2007) and Leaving The Fold (2008). In 2010 Bunbury Films released three documentaries: Burning Water, Land of Destiny, and Underdog Plaza. In 2012 he produced Triumph of the Wall, and in 2013 The Lady in Number 6 and My Brother's Vows. Bunbury Films is now developping two new television series Age of Persuasion & 'Mont Royal' as well as two feature fiction films 'Cabane ŕ sucre' & 'Police Force'. Learn more »

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CARL FREED

EDITOR

Carl Freed has emerged as a respected film editor, writer, and filmmaker. He is an award-winning creative artist whose work stretches from documentaries and features to television series and specials for networks in Canada and the United States. Carl is a trusted partner to leading Canadian filmmakers and is at home on projects ranging from soulful to slapstick. He was on the team winning two Gemini Awards from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television for the documentary Club Native. His work has been selected by film festivals including Hot Docs, the Montreal World Film Festival, DOK Leipzig, and by the Smithsonian Institution. Carl is frequently sought out as a show doctor to help turn the proverbial shoe box of assorted elements into a well crafted production. He is also at home on the stage and has directed for the theater. Carl's not-so-secret passion is jazz drumming and he has gigged in Montreal and Toronto. The Lady in Number 6 is Carl's latest collaboration with this production team. Learn more »

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KIERAN CRILLY

CINEMATOGRAPHER

Kieran cut his teeth producing shorts and music videos for Montreal-based Kidnapper Films. Their first feature, "Who Is KK Downey?", went on to screen in over 30 festivals earning nominations for Jutra and Genie awards. Since then Kieran has produced feature films, documentaries, commercials, and stereoscopic 3D. Most recently Kieran co-produced "Three Night Stand" starring Sam Huntington, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and Meaghan Rath. The feature was selected for the 2014 Slamdance Film Festival. Learn more »

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LUC ST-PIERRE

COMPOSER

Nominated three times for a Gemeaux Award in the category of Best Music For Drama, Luc St.Pierre's work continues to draw on a very broad range of musical influences, allowing him to create masterful compositions in genres as diverse as 'trip-hop' and electronic soundscape, to classical orchestral scores of great sophistication and beauty. Learn more »