Kate Green


Having been an active content creator in the film and television industry for over 17 years, Kate Green knows the value of a clear and powerful story told through a visual medium. While having worked in both fiction and non-fiction genres, Kate has been able to focus her talents and experience to help create over 100 hours of well rounded, intriguing, quality broadcast programming.

Most Recently, Kate has completed the documentary, Not a Stranger. Not a Stranger is a snapshot into the life of Colin Easton’s journey and the people he meets as he endeavours to talk to one stranger every day for one entire year.

Kate has produced three short films, Joanna Makes a Friend – the 2010 MPPIA short film winner, Funny Business – one of the 2011 Crazy 8’s winners and the corporate drama Shadowplay 2013. While showing a passion for scripted work, Kate has also a proven love for factual and lifestyle television. This was put into practice when she acted as the Senior Story Producer for W Networks Shannon & Sophie, Story Producer for Keeping Canada Alive (CBC) and Field Director for Game of Homes (W Network). Kate was also Line Producer on HGTV’s hit series Urban Suburban season one and directed the travel series Discovering Great Towns Season 2. Kate returned for season two of Urban Suburban as the Senior Story Producer.

As a Producer/Director on Season 13 & 14 of The New Driver’s Seat, an automotive review show, and the high action Canadian Rally Championships and the adventure racing documentary Raid the North Extreme, Kate also brings a unique understanding to the production and creation of live action reality and automotive television. Due to this experience and passion for high action reality, Kate was hired to produce the Vancouver episode of Strangers in Danger for Fuel TV a subsidiary of FOX TV in the US.

In 2012 Kate was accepted into the Totally Television Program through the National Screen Institute of Canada and is thrilled to be moving into Phase Two of the program and continuing development of the dramatic Cop-Procedural, The Genius Factor, by Jennifer Little.

Kate is a proud graduate of Malaspina University’s Technical Theatre Program, the UBC Entertainment Administration Program, National Screen Institute Lifestyle Showrunner/Series Producer Program and the NSI Totally Television Program. In 2008 Kate was elected to the Board of Directors for Women in Film & Television Vancouver and in 2009 elected as Vice President and Chair of the Awards and Mentorship committee.

With all of her work, Kate shows an ability to produce quality entertainment, on time, and on budget regardless of the genre, due to her passion and enthusiasm for each project and the story that it tells.

  • Area(s) of Interest: Directors; Broadcasting; Producers
  • Current Profession: Producer/Director
  • Company/Employer: KGP Films
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  • Website: http://www.kgpfilms.com/