Montréal-based Wiebke von Carolsfeld is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, who most recently directed on the hit CTV/NBCU series Transplant. Previously, she directed three critically acclaimed feature films. Marion Bridge (starring Molly Parker, introducing Elliot Page), STAY (a Canadian/Irish coproduction starring Taylor Schilling, Aidan Quinn and Barry Keoghan), and The Saver, winner of the Best Actress Award at the AIFF. Both STAY and The Saver (CSA and WGC nomination) are adaptations to the screen by Wiebke. Her films have played at festivals around the world (TIFF, Rotterdam (competition), Karlovy Vary, Sydney, Pusan, Goteborg etc), winning many awards including Best First Canadian Feature at TIFF, and inclusion in Canada’s Top Ten. Wiebke is also a renowned film editor (An Audience of Chairs (CSA nomination), Fugitive Pieces, etc). Claremont, Wiebke’s first novel, was published both in Canada and in Germany and has been optioned for a limited TV series by Jeremy Podeswa. She is in active development on her new feature, Someone’s Daughter, produced by Prospector Films.
Wiebke has worked extensively as a script advisor and mentor for emerging writers, both in English and in French, in Canada and abroad (Credits available upon request). She has taught numerous classes on screenwriting, filmmaking as well as the creative process (Concordia/Bates College/ScriptEast and more).
Script consulting (Skype or in person), script editing, reader reports, coaching.
Scripts. All genres and lengths.