Naddine Madell is a Producer, Director, Writer, Actor and Media Relations professional working within the film, television, and music industries. Holding degrees in English Literature and Communications, Madell always intended on becoming a poet. Her first foray into filmmaking was as an Associate Producer on the short film, Computer Potato (2013). Consolation Prize (2014) came next, followed by Who is Riley Oakes? (2015), as full Producer. Moving into directing, she directed the pilot of a 2018 Web Series (The Parent Council), which was nominated for Best Web Series at the 2018 AMPIA awards. She directed the first two episodes of a soon-to-be-released web series (ageLESS). Madell has written several scripts: a full-length romantic comedy (In Real Life), two narrative shorts (Pluck and Honey), the latter, of which, has been nominated for and won several screenwriting awards. She has worked as 3rd AD on the biopic The Wendy Williams Story, produced by Lifetime and Will Packer Media, the FX limited series A Teacher, and independent full-length feature They Who Surround Us. Prior to that she served as the 2nd AD on Hudson, a CBC web series, offshoot of popular Heartland and the 2017 feature Ice Blue. Madell has been producing and directing, A WICKED EDEN, since July 2016, which will be her feature-length film debut.
In addition to her film work, Naddine has been involved with many arts organizations over the years, such as writing for Beatroute Magazine, as a programmer at CJSW 90.9 FM, Media and Publicity Manager at Calgary Folk Music Festival, Juror – Prism Prize, Volunteer Organization Committee Member – JUNO AWARDS (Calgary, 2016), Board of Directors – Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers (CSIF), Artist Care Coordinator – Femme Wave and as a Committee Member for Herland.
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