madeleine davis is a vancouver based producer and writer.  she has produced narrative, documentary, and commercial work in both digital and film formats.

her recent producer credits include the linear and virtual reality hybrid short documentary first in the water (2018); a heritage minute titled asahi (2018) on the vancouver asahi and the japanese internment camps; a music video for vancouver artist so loki entitled athlete’s world (2018) which was selected for competition at south by southwest and has been shortlisted for a prism prize; places (2018), a music video that garnered a juno nomination and a vimeo staff pick; the short film mi madre, my father (2017), starring michelle morgan and stephen amell, which was selected for telefilm canada’s not short on talent line-up at cannes; and the tiff-premiering feature film freaks (2018 / TIFF), starring emile hirsch and bruce dern, which she co-produced.  madeleine has also worked on the production teams of several award-winning canadian independent films, including hello destroyer (2017 / TIFF), never steady, never still (2017 / TIFF), and the body remembers when the world broke open (2019 / Berlinale).  

her writing work primarily centres around themes of time, free will, belief, and identity. madeleine holds a bachelor of arts in philosophy from the university of british columbia.

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