Francine Zuckerman

Francine Zuckerman

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Francine Zuckerman

Z Films

Toronto, Ontario
  • Media
  • Film
  • Sector of activity
  • Documentary, Fiction

In development

The Edible Woman

Francine Zuckerman
Drama
English
Budget : $2,5 M - $5 M
Coproduction country: United Kingdom

Alma Rosé

Francine Zuckerman
Documentary
English, German; French
Budget : $500,000 - $1 M
Coproduction country: Austria

A Place Called Home

Francine Zuckerman
Documentary
English
Budget : $500,000 - $1 M
Coproduction country: Germany, New Zealand

Productions completed

Mr. Bernstein

Francine Zuckerman
Drama
English
Year: 2016
Running time: 12
Nomination(s) & award(s)
Toronto International Short Film Festival, 2016, Best Drama
Screen Guild New Zealand, 2017, Best Short Film
Canadian Society of Cinematographers, 2017, Nominated for Best Cinematography in a Short Film
Canadian Cinema Editors Awards, 2017, Nominated for Best Editing in a Short Film

After Munich

Francine Zuckerman
Documentary
English, Hebrew
Year: 2019
Running time: 78

We Are Here

Francine Zuckerman
Documentary
English, Polish
Year: 2013
Running time: 81

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