Helene Klodawsky
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Independent filmmaker Helene Klodawsky is passionate storyteller committed to portraying political and social struggles, as well as to exploring the documentary art form. Her work, spanning thirty years, is screened, discussed and televised around the world in venues as diverse as New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and Kenyan refugee camps. Through her films, leading-edge reflections on gender, justice and conflict are shared world wide. Helene is known for poignant, daring films such as Undying Love (2002), No More Tears Sister (2004) Family Motel (2007) Malls R Us (2009) artfully Come Worry With Us! (2013) Grassrooots in Dry Lands (2015) and From Janet With Love (2017). Her work has received awards and nominations from the Academy of Canadian Cinema, Hot Docs, Les Rendez-vous du Cinema Quebecois, the Jerusalem International Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival, and the World Press Digital Storytelling Competition to name a few. She is a mother of two and lives in Montreal.


  • Come Worry with Us! (Trailer)