Barbara Doran is a filmmaker, an activist and a businesswoman. She founded Morag Loves Company in 1983. Since then, she has written, directed, and produced more than 35 internationally acclaimed documentaries and dramas. She has made television biographies on Lucy Maude Montgomery, Gordon Pinsent, Joey Smallwood, and Cathy Jones. In 2012, she was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Ms. Doran currently sits on the board of directors of Perchance Theatre. She is a Mentor with The Trudeau Foundation and a lifetime member of the Writers Guild and the Directors Guild of Canada. She produced Newfoundland’s first major international television series, Random Passage, in Trinity Bay in 1999, and since that time, the area of 3,000 souls has benefitted from more than 53 million dollars of film and television production. Ms. Doran’s feature film, The Grand Seduction also filmed in Trinity Bight, starring Brendan Gleeson, Gordon Pinsent and Taylor Kitsch, became an international box office hit that was featured on screens around the world. Ms. Doran’s primary role in the FOCI’s IWP4 will be as videographer in IWP4.