5432 PaleFox Pictures Inc.
Pale Fox Pictures Inc. is a full service Aboriginal Television/Multimedia Production Company dedicated to creating entertaining, enlightening and informative television series/specials, one off independent documentaries, and short films for Aboriginal, Canadians as well as International audiences.
The company was launched in the fall of 2009 by Producer, Director, Writer, Tracy German. With over seventeen years production experience Tracy has been creating thought provoking and award winning factual documentary, dramatic and experimental films. Her filmography includes: Iggstock (76min.feature doc. 2011), Open the Crowe (8 min. docu-drama. 2009), In A Present Distance… (27min. exp. doc. 2006), Restless Spirits, (37 min. doc. 2005), Rowdy Ropin’ Granny (14min. doc. 2003), Scheme (3min. exp. 2004), No Standing/Glass Shelter (13 min. exp. 2004), The Way I Feel (3min. 16mm exp. 2002), The Elders: Time Will Tell (55 min. doc. 2001), A Private Patch Of Blue (13min. 16mm exp. Doc. 1998), Where (13min. 16mm exp.1995), Inarya (10 min. 16mm exp.1994), I Smiled Too… (1994). As well, she has created a series of large-scale interactive interdisciplinary installations with international sculptors, dancers, jazz musicians, poets and technicians: Impeded Streams and Stains, Isis Altar, and A Scaled Down Universe (2008-2004), which have exhibited in Canada and the UK.
Producer, director and writer, Tracy has been creating innovative award winning documentaries and experimental film projects for over seventeen years. Raised on a rural horse farms in central Ontario, Canada by a calf roping French speaking Mi’kmaq stepmother with half sisters and brothers of Mohawk and Mi’kmaq heritage on both her birth mother’s and her adopted mother’s side of the family. Tracy fell in love with horses, nature, art, photography and filmmaking at early age and has continued to explore these passions while developing her filmmaking career.
Read Tracy’s CV.
CMF announces new funded productions: Aboriginal history, fiction and children’s fantasy
(Toronto, November 14, 2013) – The Canada Media Fund (CMF) announced today a contribution of over $1.6M to 3 television productions and related websites as part of the Aboriginal Program’s second round of funding.