Our Work


In 2015, Screen Siren Pictures celebrates 18 years in business as an active, independent film and television production company based in Vancouver, Canada. We create innovative, award-winning feature films, documentaries and television. With a focus on international co-productions and partnerships, we bring creative energy and established local and international industry relationships to all projects.President and founder Trish Dolman has been working in film and television for twenty years as an award-winning producer and a documentary director. In April of 2009 she joined forces with feature film veteran Christine Haebler as a producing partner. Collectively, our productions have screened at Cannes, Berlin, Sundance and Toronto film festivals and have received awards and nominations from TIFF Festival, the Independent Film Festival of Boston, Hot Docs, Mill Valley Film Festival, Banff Television Festival, The Leo Awards, The Genies and The Gemini Awards and many other.Screen Siren Pictures continues to build its operation and strengthen its reputation, and is committed to being a leader in the production of Canadian film, television and new media. READ MORE



We believe in a diverse range of personnel to bring creative skills, thoughts, and ideas to the table.

Christine Haebler

Christine Haebler


Trish Dolman

Trish Dolman

President / Producer


SOME KIND OF LOVE – Television Premiere


SOME KIND OF LOVE will premiere on Global Television on Sat. Aug. 29 at 9pm local time in each Global market across Canada, except for Global Regina, Global Saskatoon, CKND Winnipeg and CJBN Kenora where it will air at 8pm.

Some Kind of Love is a documentary about two vastly different siblings who are anything but ideal housemates.

The film is produced by Trish Dolman and Sumner Burstyn, co-producer is Haydn Wazelle, edited by Peter Roeck and music composed by John Korsrud.

Some Kind of Love has screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival, NZ Film Festival and Doc Aviv.

This is how VIFF describes Some Kind of Love: “The enthralling result is a film about family relations, fractured sibling love, gender, art, science, diaspora and legacy—and the uncomfortable role of the filmmaker as voyeur, confidant, family.”

Palm Springs International Film Festival & ShortFest says: “What might have been a depressing look at two older people past their prime, Some Kind Of Love is instead the best kind of movie, a quest for truth and understanding that is keenly aware of the fragile and beautiful world we inhabit just outside the frame.”