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lindsay blair goeldner


Lindsay Blair Goeldner is an award-winning film producer and the Director of Production at Fae Pictures, a media production company on a mission to decolonize Hollywood. Originally hailing from Toronto, she splits her time between her hometown and New York City.


Lindsay began her producing career in the commercial world and pivoted to narrative after being admitted to the Canadian Film Centre's prestigious Producer Lab in 2019. Since then she has produced and overseen production on many notable and groundbreaking projects ranging from short films to feature films and episodic work. Some of those projects include short films Diaspora (2022, CBC Gem, Vimeo Staff Pick), Scaring Women at Night (2022, Iris Prize Winner, Vimeo Staff Pick); feature films such as Learn to Swim (2022, Netflix US), Going In (2023, Tubi, Apple), Queen Tut​ (2023, Crave, CBC), I Like Movies (2023, Netflix Canada) which was selected as one of Canada's Top Ten films of 2022; and the series Streams Flow from a River (2023, Cannes Series, Prime), which has been renewed for a second season. Through her work, Lindsay aims to elevate emerging and underrepresented talent which continues to be a defining and driving force in her career.


She is currently spearheading the New York office for Fae Pictures and is expanding her slate with several co-production projects on the horizon while working as an independent line producer for hire. When she's not on set or at a karaoke night, you can find her talking about movies on TikTok.



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