Lea Marin

Lea Marin

Program Completed at the CFC

Cineplex Entertainment Film Program (Producers' Lab)

Completion Year

2004

Current Information

Biography

Lea Marin is an award winning Toronto based producer with more than 16 years of experience in the film and television industry. 



A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s Producer’s Lab, Lea joined the National Film Board of Canada as a producer in 2006. Her film credits include My Prairie Home which in 2014, premiered at the Sundance film festival, and was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award, and The Portrait, directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker, Hubert Davis, which premiered on the BBC and won Golden Sheaf awards for Best Director and Best Documentary (Arts & Culture) in 2012. 



Other credits include the interactive documentary, The Next Day, which premiered at IDFA in 2011, and Astra Taylor’s critically acclaimed theatrical documentary, Examined Life, which launched at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008. 



Prior to returning to the National Film Board of Canada, Lea Marin produced the CFC short dramatic film, Escape, and worked as a line producer on the Discovery Channel series Mega Builders.