Lindalee Tracey is an award-winning
author, filmmaker and investigative journalist. She has worked in radio,
television, print and drama, including script-writing for the NFB, and
as a documentary-maker for CBC Radio and CBC TV's Witness series. Her
magazine features have won numerous national awards. Her book On The
Edgewas chosen as one of the ten best nonfiction books of 1993 by
the Globe & Mail. Tracey's second book , Growing Up Naked, was
published in the Fall of 1997 by Douglas & McIntyre.
Some of Lindalee
Tracey's television and film credits:
Passing the Flame,
an historic tribute to Women's College Hospital
Invisible Nation, a
riveting insight into the work of Canadian immigration police and the
illegals they chase. (TVO 1997).
(Channel 4, 1996).
Abby, I Hardly Knew Ya,
the haunting story of Tracey's search for her derelict father (TVO
Co-Writer: Hearts of Hate: The Battle for Young Minds, a documentary
investigation of the influence of racist groups over young Canadians
Co-Director/Writer: Voices From The Shadows, a feature documentary on
social welfare (NFB/CBCWitness 1992).
Intern Writer: CTV's series E.N.G. (1991).
Scriptwriter: On The Line, A short drama produced by the Canadian Centre
for Advanced Film Studies (1988).
Scriptwriter: Wednesday's Child. An original drama produced by the NFB
Chris Award, Columbus Film
Festival, Abby, I Hardly Knew Ya. 1995
Genie Nomination Best Short Documentary, Abby, I Hardly Knew Ya, 1996.
Author's Award. Gold. The Uncounted Canadians. 1992
National Magazine Award. Silver. 1992
The CAJ Awards. Best Investigative Report, The Uncounted Canadians.
The CAJ Awards. First Prize. Magazines, The Uncounted Canadians. 1991
Author's Award. Silver, Abortion. 1991
Maclean Hunter Scholarship. 1994
The New York Film Festival. Finalist Award,
Voices From The Shadows.