TINA KEEPER, PRESIDENT
Tina has been an active member of Canada's film and television industry for over thirty years. She started her career as an actress, best known for her work on the hit television series 'North of 60'. In 2010 Tina partnered with Buffalo Gal pictures to create Kistikan Pictures to collaborate in the development and production of Indigenous film and television.
Prior to Kistikan Pictures, Tina was the proprietor of a communications company which specialized in communications and video production for First Nations and Aboriginal organizations. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Winnipeg, and trained at Centre for Indigenous Theatre, Banff Centre and the Sundance Film Institute.
She is the recipient of an Aboriginal Achievement Award, a Gemini Award and a 2014 Canadian Civil Liberties Association Award for Public Engagement.