Kate Green is an award-winning director and producer whose rare storytelling ability captures audiences with its honesty. As a female leader in entertainment, Kate works tirelessly to carve a path for other women within the industry. She was recently chosen by the Directors Guild of Canada as one of the first directors in Vancouver to write and direct a one-minute film on a virtual LED stage. This ground-breaking technology was made famous by the series The Mandalorian. Her ability to stay curious enables her to capture the nuanced texture of a character’s story, allowing the audience member to feel themselves and their likeness through her work.
Kate is the creator, director and producer of NarcoLeap a sci-fi web series which first aired on TELUS OptikTV, CBC GEM, and Air Canada and has sold internationally as well. Season one of NarcoLeap garnered a Canadian Screen Award nomination, a Writers’ Guild of Canada nomination, and three Leo Award nominations and won “Best Sci-Fi” at Miami Web Fest, Baltimore Next Media Web Fest and the Asia Web Awards. NarcoLeap Season two was one of the first female lead, indie, BC-based projects to go back to production after COVID and recently released on Highball TV to enthusiastic audiences and was also nominated for its 2nd Canadian Screen Award for Best Web Program or Series. It is currently being developed as a television series.
Kate has also worked on numerous programs in lifestyle and factual television as a producer or director. Her work has aired on various networks such as HGTV, W Network, CBC, History, Fuel TV, and Slice. Kate’s first documentary, Not A Stranger, won the “Audience Choice Award” at the Vancouver Short Film Festival and was nominated for “Best ‘Made in Canada’ Short” at Northwestfest. Kate’s second documentary, Melting Stars, won “Best Short” at the International Wildlife Film Festival. Kate’s latest short film, a zombie western titled Murphy’s Law recently aired on CBC and CBC GEM and won “Best Horror Thriller” at the Wild Bunch Film Festival.
Kate is a proud Alumna of Women in the Director’s Chair Story & Leadership Program, the National Screen Institute of Canada, Reykjavík International Film Festival Talent Lab, Vancouver Island University, and the University of British Columbia.