lindsay blair goeldner


Lindsay (she/her) is a film producer and karaoke enthusiast based in Toronto, Canada. She began producing in the education-technology sphere in New York City before moving to Toronto and working as a commercial producer for clients such as Google, McDonald's and General Mills. In February 2019, Lindsay began freelance production in narrative and documentary film with a focus on developing and showcasing new stories from fresh perspectives. Since completion of the Producer Lab program at the Canadian Film Centre in December 2019, she is working on a feature-length documentary titled, The Archivist (dir. Tricia Hagoriles), is developing a web series, The Morning After (dir. Tricia Hagoriles), and is now in post-production on her first narrative feature for Chandler Levack’s debut Talent to Watch film, I Like Movies.

In her spare time, when she's not watching films, she recommends them on TikTok:

fae pictures

In April 2020, Lindsay teamed up with fellow 2019 CFC Producer Lab alumni, Shant Joshi, and his production company Fae Pictures as the Director of Production (Toronto). Founded in 2017 in Toronto & Los Angeles, Fae Pictures is a storytelling production company with a mandate to “Engage audiences with stories rooted in the perspectives of the Other.”

For more information on Fae Pictures and their productions, please visit their website or feel free to email Simone Swaby, Executive Assistant at:

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