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Catherine Crouch
Catherine Crouch is an award-winning filmmaker based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Catherine's filmography as writer/director includes the 16mm experimental short, Vanilla Lament (1997), which won numerous awards in over 80 festival screenings, including a silver plaque at the Chicago International Film Festival. One Small Step (1999), 16mm, is a 30-minute family drama, which won four festival awards for best short film during its festival history. Stray Dogs (2001) was Catherine's 35mm feature film debut as a writer/director, and has been released on home video and DVD by Spectrum Films. Pretty Ladies (2002) is a 30-minute super 8mm B&W fairy tale that has won two Kodak cinematography awards, as well as two best of festival awards. The Gendercator (2007) is a science fiction short that controversially examined gender roles in a frightening right wing future.
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
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(416)  588 - 0725
Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
Monday - Thursday / 10:00 - 18:00
(416)  588 - 0725