NFB Pioneers II: Her Voice, the Studio D Story

NFB Pioneers II: Her Voice, the Studio D Story

| 55 min

Also available

Part of the NFB Pioneers series with the Doc Channel, this episode deals with the Studio D, the first permanent, state-funded women's film unit in the world created in 1974. Studio D gave a number of women the unprecedented opportunity to work consistently on women-centred film projects. Features interviews with Gerry Rogers, Bonnie Sherr-Klein, Zoe Dirse, Susan Trow, Gail Singer, Dorothy Henault and Beverly Shaffer.

Embed this code on your site

NFB Pioneers II: Her Voice, the Studio D Story, Lucia Piccinni, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

Video player width

by Reset
  • director
    Lucia Piccinni
  • producer
    Lucia Piccinni
  • editor
    Doug Appeldoorn
  • line producer
    Thérèse Attard
  • director of photography
    Andrei Khabad
    François Vincelette
    Nigel J. Akam
    Larry Carey
    Eric Schurman
    Kirk Tougas
  • audio
    Philippe Scultéty
  • music composer
    John Welsman
  • music producer
    Mike Northcott
  • post audio supervisor
    Ryan Araki
  • assistant editor
    Geoff Walton
  • production coordinator
    Craig Martin
  • production assistant
    Priya Panda
    Sandra Piccinni
  • intern
    Rob Westgate
    Anjela Wilson
    Alice Uribe
  • research
    Katherine Kasirer
    Lucia Piccinni
  • photo research
    Claude Lord
  • stock footage research
    Patricia Boushel
    Sylvie Ménard
    Margaret Wong
  • post-production coordinator
    Jaimie Galloro
  • post-production manager
    Glen Pollock
  • business & legal affairs
    Gina Remy
  • supervising executive producer
    Maryke McEwen
    Ravida Din
  • executive producer
    Michael Burns

The NFB is committed to respecting your privacy

We use cookies to ensure that our site works efficiently, as well as for advertising purposes. If you do not wish to have your information used in this way, you can modify your browser settings before continuing your visit.

Learn more