WHAT SHE'S BEEN UP TO...
Sherren Lee is a Director born in Taiwan, bred in Montreal and currently located in Toronto.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University in 2007 and is a 2014 alumna of the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program Directors' Lab at the Norman Jewison's Canadian Film Centre. In 2017, she was selected as one of Women In View's 'Five in Focus' Directors.
Sherren has directed on Sinking Ship Entertainment's acclaimed series Odd Squad (PBS, TVO) and Dino Dana (Amazon, TVO & Yoopa). She has just completed her newest short film The Things You Think I'm Thinking, and will be directing on CBC's Murdoch Mysteries this fall.
Her short film Benjamin was one of four shorts selected to be developed and produced through the CFC Short Dramatic Film Program. The film has screened at TIFF 2015, AFF 2015, Inside Out Ottawa LGBT Film Festival 2015, WIFT-T Showcase 2016 (Best Screenplay Award), Festival Vues d'En Face 2016, Yorkton Film Festival 2016 (Golden Sheaf Award), Seattle International Film Festival 2016, Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival 2016, KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2016, Palm Springs International ShortsFest 2016, Stony Brook Film Festival 2016, North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Fetival 2016, Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival 2016 and Miami Short Film Festival 2016.
In February 2014, Lee launched a five episode web series entitled Someone Not There. The series was an official selection at the LA Web Series Festival 2014 (Outstanding Series, Writing, Directing, Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, Score, Sound Design, Cinematography, and Editing), TO Web Fest 2014, Miami Web Fest 2014, DC Web Fest 2014 (Silver Award Winner), Urban Mediamakers Film Festival 2014 (Best Web Series & Best Romantic Web Series) and HollyWeb Festival 2015.
Sherren was the Associate Producer on the hidden camera comedy series for City, Meet the Family with Showrunner Derek Harvie. Her previous experience include working as a Line Producer/Production Manager and 1st AD on various productions, including documentary for TSN, The 13th Man by Larry Weinstein, and documentary series for APTN, Finding Our Talk 3 with Mushkeg Media.