Camelia Frieberg

Camelia Frieberg

Frieberg is one of Canada's most accomplished independent producers, best known for producing Atom Egoyan's acclaimed The Sweet Hereafter which was nominated for two Oscars for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, and won 8 Genie Awards including Best Motion Picture, and the Grand Prix, the International Critics Prize, and the Ecumenical Award at the Cannes Film Festival.

She produced the award-winning features Exotica, The Adjuster and Speaking Parts. Frieberg is also credited with producing Jeremy Podeswa's Eclipse and The Five Senses, Srinivas Krishna's Masala, and was executive producer for Amnon Buchbinder's The Fishing Trip, the highly acclaimed musical comedy, Bollywood Hollywood, directed by Deepa Mehta, as well as Lea Pool's The Blue Butterfly. Frieberg has been recognized and awarded for her accomplishments as winner of the Toronto WIFT Crystal Award for Excellence in Production and Vancouver's WIFT 'Woman of the Year'. She also serves on the board of Astral Media's Harold Greenberg Fund. Frieberg now resides in rural Nova Scotia with her husband and two children.