Lorraine Price

Lorraine is a Canadian Screen Award-winning writer / director known for making character driven films about people living unconventional lives.
In recent years, Lorraine directed the final episode of TSN’s lauded documentary series, Engraved on a Nation. Her episode, entitled 'On The Line', follows the rivalry between the Canadian and American women’s hockey teams. 'On The Line' garnered four Canadian Screen Award nominations, winning two: Best Directing and Best Editing Documentary Series. 'On The Line' went on to be nominated for a coveted Golden Sheaf Award and was presented on Bell Media’s Crave. In 2021, Lorraine directed and produced the short documentary, 'The Hairdresser', a poetic film about a woman who does the hair of the terminally ill in palliative care. 'The Hairdresser' world premiered at Hot Docs 2021 where it received an honourable mention for Best Canadian Short. The film went on to screen at numerous festivals internationally, including AFI Docs. 'The Hairdresser' was broadcast on PBS / POV Docs season four; was a finalist for the 2022 Social Impact Media Awards; and garnered two Golden Sheaf Award nominations—Best Short Doc and Best Direction.

Lorraine is an alumna of the prestigious Women In The Director’s Chair (WIDC) program, a member of the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC), and a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. She is Canadian / American based in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal).