Specializing in both scripted and unscripted production, award-winning filmmaker, KATE KROLL is passionate about impactful storytelling and breathtaking visuals.
Kate is the recipient of the Canadian Media Producers Association Kevin Tierney Emerging Producer Award for her work on the dramatic comedy, 'Portraits from a Fire' (Crave/Photon Films) which had a theatrical release on 33 screens across Canada. Notable work includes the CTV reality dating series, 'Farming For Love'; the CBC Gem series, 'Future Futures'; The critically acclaimed documentary, 'No Fun City' (Super Channel); the documentary, Path of Pilgrims (Vision TV); the Prism Prize nominated Tanya Tagaq music video, 'Retribution'; and the and experimental docu-drama, 'Rangwang'.
Kate has garnered awards, grants, and mentorships from the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media; Women in the Director’s Chair; the DGC; WIFTV; Canada Council for the Arts; the NFB; and BravoFACT. Her work has screened at TIFF, VIFF, ImagineNative, DOXA; and has been broadcast on Crave, CBC, Super Channel, Knowledge Network, Vision TV, APTN, and Air Canada.
She holds a certificate in Entertainment Law from York University Osgoode Hall, is an accomplished Pro-Wrestler, and is president of her boutique production company, Black Moon Media.
She is currently in post-production on the documentary 'Lunatic' (Telefilm/Ted Rogers/Raven Banner), and the scripted drama, 'What Comes Next' staring Mena Suvari (Telefilm/Game Theory Films).