Lori Lozinski

Lori Lozinski

Program Completed at the CFC

Cineplex Entertainment Film Program (Producers' Lab), CFC Features, GO WEST Project Lab, Short Dramatic Film Program

Title of CFC Production Involved In

SHELTERED LIFE (Development - CFC Features)

Completion Year

2005, 2006, 2009, 2011

Current Information

Current Company

Violator Films Inc.

Current Title

President/Producer

Biography

Lori’s recent producing credits include Season I of the 26 episode animated series Packages from Planet X for DHX Media, DXD and Teletoon, Season 1 of the 13-part documentary series Eat St. for The Food Network, the live action feature film Sheltered Life funded by Telefilm and BC Film starring Valerie Buhagiar, Ryan Robbins and newcomer Natasha Greenblatt that was invited to Perspective Canada – CANNES, the Atlantic Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival and Phoenix International Film Festival; and the 13-part animated series PUCCA for Studio B Productions (now DHX Media) and Jetix UK (a subsidiary of Walt Disney). In 2006, she Associate Produced the TV Movie LUNA: Spirit of the Whale for CTV, APTN and Peace Arch Entertainment starring Adam Beach, Graham Greene, Jason Priestley and Tantoo Cardinal that has screened at Sprockets Toronto International Film Festival for Children, Dreamspeakers Aboriginal Film Festival and won the audience award at the Mill Valley Film Festival. She additionally Associate Produced the feature length drama The Score, a musical adaptation of the award-winning play by Vancouver's Electric Company Theatre for CBC’s Opening Night with screenings at the Vancouver International Film Festival 2005, INPUT-Taipei and nominations at the Banff World Television Festival and Gemini's. 

Lori has also produced a number of short films including the 2010 Genie Award winning short musical drama Savage with director Lisa Jackson that has been invited to numerous festivals including the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival, SXSW Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival and the 2011 New York Children’s Film Festival to name a few. 

She is on the board of the Creative Women’s Workshop Association; and an alumnus of Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre, the 2012 Women In The Director’s Chair and the 2009 Rotterdam Lab.