I co-wrote the feature film Margarita, which became a popular indie romantic comedy on Netflix in 2014 and, since 2013, has played at some 100 film festivals around the world, garnering nine awards including Audience Favourites for Best Feature.

You can watch a trailer of the film here:

Margarita from Dominique Cardona on Vimeo.

Currently, I’m at work on a one-hour TV pilot in association with an LA production company and co-writing a feature film with Margarita directors Laurie Colbert and Dominique Cardona. This will be our fourth collaboration as I also story edited their first feature, Finn’s Girl, and their Genie-nominated short, Below the Belt.

I received my screenwriting training at the Canadian Film Centre, where I did a residency in film and another residency in TV writing. In 1999, I won a Walt Disney Studios screenwriting competition that took me to Los Angeles for a one-year screenwriting apprenticeship at the studio. You can read about that adventure here:

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