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Dianne Wulf

Dianne Wulf is a Filipino-Canadian writer/ director whose work explores female-centric themes, trauma, and depiction of flawed and complex characters, and offers new perspectives on family, identity and culture. Her work includes commercials, music videos and films including a Telus Optik TV web series and Telus STORYHIVE projects. In 2018, she was in the Writers Room for Mosaic Entertainment. In 2019, she was selected for the Reelworld Film Festival’s Emerging 20 (E20) for her feature script Disconnected and was one of 25 participants selected for the Netflix-BANFF Diversity of Voices Program for her original concept Out of this World and again in 2021 for her feature Rose Among Thorns. Dianne received an AMPIA Rosie nomination for her short, The Legend of Mindi, and her short Like Right Now was one of 9 finalists in the 2019 CBC Short Film Face-off. Her screenplays, Where or When and Kaze no Denwa received support from Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society and Women In Film and Television-Alberta; and is one of the 8 alumni of Women in the Director's Chair (WIDC) in 2021. Dianne is also an ACTRA member and an advocate for women and diversity in film and continues to tell stories that bring much-needed representation in the Industry.