Trish Dalton is an independent director/producer, currently working on projects at her production company Lucky Cat Pictures.
Her first feature, ONE NIGHT STAND, directed with Elisabeth Sperling, was released theatrically in over 450 theaters in North America by Fathom and Front Row events and aired on OVATION. It won the audience award from Newfest and was called “Engaging” by Hollywood Reporter, “Joyous and heartfelt” by Indiewire, and “wonderfully hilarious” by LA Times.
Her short documentary, SOUTHMOST U.S.A., about Brownsville, Texas, a community separated by the US/Mexican border fence, won awards from USA film Festival, Cine las Americas, and Worldfest-Houston.
Thanks to generous support from New York State Council on the Arts and Women Make Movies, Trish completed BORDERING ON TREASON, a personal retrospective of America’s war with Iraq told though the eyes of photojournalist, Lorna Tychostup.
Trish began her film career in 1999, when she moved from Toronto to New York to study film at New York University. While there, she volunteered and worked for a number of film collectives and organizations, including: The 5th Night, Paper Tiger TV, United Nations Global Action Project, Reel Sweet Betty, DCTV, and the Indy Media Center.http://trishdaltonfilms.com/