lindsay blair goeldner


Lindsay is a film producer and karaoke enthusiast based in Toronto. Her credits include There’s No Place Like This Place, Anyplace (Hot Docs, CBC), Learn to Swim (TIFF), Streams Flow From a River (CBC), Death Valley (Fantasia, Tallahassee) and Salmon Pink (Popcorn Frights, FilmQuest) among others.


She began producing branded video content in New York City before producing commercials in Toronto for clients such as Google, McDonald's and General Mills. After completing the Producer Lab program at the Canadian Film Centre in 2019, she teamed up with fellow Producer Lab alumni Shant Joshi to join Fae Pictures as the Director of Production. She is currently lead producing and providing production oversight to several projects including a drag queen coming-of-age story Queen Tut (dir. Reem Morsi), feature-length art documentary The Archivist (dir. Tricia Hagoriles), two episodic dramedies I Know A Place (dir. Tricia Hagoriles) and Degrees of Separation (dir. Eva Grant), short horror film Diaspora (dir. Tyler Evans), trans-led dramatic short Scaring Women at Night and is preparing to distribute narrative coming-of-age feature I Like Movies (dir. Chandler Levack). In her spare time, she recommends films on TikTok.

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