Carolyn McMaster

Carolyn McMaster

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Carolyn McMaster is a Canadian film producer and principal partner in Calgary's CHAOS a film company with director Robert Cuffley. She produced the independent film "Walk All Over Me" starring Tricia Helfer and Leelee Sobieski; which was released in 2007 [cite news|url=|title=Film Fest: Bringing the Sexy Back|last=Hunt|first=Stephen|work=Calgary Herald|publisher=Canwest|date=2007-09-23|accessdate=2008-06-24] [cite news|title=Alberta enjoys international film buzz; Spotlight shines on area at Toronto fest|last=Hunt|first=Stephen|work=Calgary Herald|publisher=Canwest|pages=C3|date=2007-09-14|accessdate=2008-06-24] . McMaster has also directed numerous documentaries worldwide.


*"Walk All Over Me" (2007) (executive producer) (producer)
*"Pay Dirt: Making the Unconventional Conventional" (2005) (TV movie) (producer)
*"Alberta's Oil Sands: Centuries in the Making" (2005) (Straight-to-video) (producer)
*"On the Edge of Destruction: The Frank Slide Story" (2003) (executive producer)
*"Turning Paige" (2001) (executive producer) (producer)
*"Manon Rheaume: The Woman Behind the Mask" (2000) (producer)
*"Soother (1999)" (producer)
*"Ascent of Mount Logan" (1998) (producer and director)
*"Ghost Whales of Lancaster Sound" (1996) (TV movie) (executive producer and director)
*"Kuwait: The Aftermath" [cite news|title=Documentary exposes Iraqi horrors|last=Blakey|first=Bob|date=1991-06-14|work=Calgary Herald|publisher=Canwest|pages=D1|accessdate=2008-06-24] (1990) (TV movie) (producer and director)


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