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Ingrid Veninger

Born in Bratislava and raised in Canada, Ingrid formed pUNK Films in 2003 with a 'nothing is impossible' manifesto. Awarded the 2011 Jay Scott Prize, presented by the Toronto Film Critics Association, Ingrid Executive Produced five features with the cash award ($5000) and launched the 1KWave in Toronto. Since 2008, Ingrid has written/produced/directed 4 features (Only, Modra, i am a good person/i am a bad person, The Animal Project) all of which have premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and have garnered awards and distribution worldwide. In 2014, she initiated the pUNK Films FEMMES LAB to foster feature films written and directed by Canadian women, sponsored by Academy Award winner Melissa Leo. Currently, Ingrid is a member of the Film Studies Faculty at York University and she touring film festivals with her latest feature shot in Chile, He Hated Pigeons -- a phantasmagorical film presented with an ever-changing live score.

[bio courtesy of the filmmaker] 


Recent Reviews


Made me wish i was 12 again

I am a good person / I am a bad person

Enjoyable film, well written and good performances from both ladies.

Everything is Love and Fear

Hyponotic low-fi visuals with moody melodies makes this piece a watchable one. The actors try, but the story doesn't really come to together as it seems more of a personal...

The Bunny Project

Yeah, it's a bit hokey but I got something in my eye toward the end...