Lindsay George is an award-winning cinematographer whose work focuses on fictional films, documentaries and music videos. After a career as a professional modern dancer, George completed a degree in film production at UBC, where she met collaborators with whom she has continued to work with on a variety of award winning projects. Shortly after graduation, George received a Leo Award for her work on the short film, The Porcelain Man and began her career as a professional cinematographer. She has since been recognized as one of 10 to Watch in Canadian Film by Playback Magazine, and has received the Kodak Image Award for her work in cinematography. Her films have been official selections at a multitude of film festivals, including TIFF, SXSW, VIFF, Whistler Film Festival, Fantasia, Telefilm Not Short on Talent at Cannes Court Mertage, and Austin Film Festival. More recently, the narrative feature Prodigals (WFF17), distributed by levelFILMS in 2018, has played numerous festivals and was nominated for Best Cinematography in a Feature at the Leo Awards 2018. Her work in documentary has led to the Hot Docs 2016 premiere of Tempest Storm, produced with ARTE (France), SWR (Germany) and Super Channel (Canada) for distribution by Mongrel Media later this year. Most recently, George has been working as both 2nd unit Director of Photography and A camera operator on Colony (USA Network), following her work as the A camera operator on Zoo (CBS). Her combination of experience as a DOP, A camera operator and professional dancer bring valuable skills to a production, understanding movement and blocking as well as framing. As a DOP, she understands the roles and challenges of achieving the perfect shot. As an operator, she brings the same passion and commitment to success of the cinematography as though it were her own.
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