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JANICE ZOLF is an experienced STORYTELLER for film television and digital channels.


Before winning prizes and international acclaim with her documentaries on art, music, and design; film director and writer Janice Zolf worked as an arts and entertainment journalist for CTV News in Canada. Her award winning films have screened on CBC’s Documentary Channel, Air Canada, and played at film festivals in Italy, Belgium and the UK. Her current documentary film, Into the Light with Cité Mémoire, about the immersive projections that reimagine history on the walls of Old Montreal is currently streaming on CBC GEM, and was recently broadcast on CBC Montreal. The documentary won Audience Choice at the 2020 Forest City Film Festival as well as Best Short Documentary, Best Female Director, and Outstanding Artists in a Film at the Arte NonStop Film Festival, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Janice’s additional films include Michael Bublé: Audacious, a short film, profiling the artist behind the superstar and Revealing Marie Saint Pierre, about the influence of artist Jean-Paul Riopelle on a renowned Canadian fashion designer. Janice is an experienced storyteller, motivated to take audiences behind the art to give them insight into the creative process. She has a Master’s degree in Digital Experience and Innovation (MDEI) from the University of Waterloo.  

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