Terry Greenlaw began her film and television production career in 1986 after studying theatre at Dalhousie University. She has been a partner in Picture Plant Ltd. since 1988.
Notable productions include the 13-episode CBC-TV series GULLAGE’S (1996-97), the CBC movie of the week ONE HEART BROKEN INTO SONG (1999) which earned multiple Gemini nominations and the documentary film MEN OF THE DEEPS (2003), which was co-produced with John Walker Productions and the National Film Board and garnered three Gemini awards and has been sold worldwide. Recent achievements are the Picture Plant/NFB feature documentaries READING ALISTAIR MACLEOD and SILENT MESSENGERS, shot in the Canadian Arctic. The feature documentary THE MAN OF A THOUSAND SONGS premiered to standing ovations at TIFF in 2010, received awards for Audience Choice, Outstanding Direction and Best Documentary at the Atlantic Film Festival and went on to enjoy a successful limited theatrical release in Canada and Germany. The TV documentary THE PANTHER NEXT DOOR aired on CBC and screened at the Atlantic Film Festival in 2012.
Terry produced the 2013 indie feature film HARD DRIVE. The film is being distributed in Canada by Mongrel Media and represented by world sales agent The Yellow Affair with sales to the US and Australia and others currently in negotiation. She recently produced STUDIO BLACK!, a four part dramatic mini series directed by Black Nova Scotian Directors and licensed to CBC with four new episodes in the works.
Terry is developing several dramatic and documentary projects with Picture Plant, including feature film co-productions with partners in Montreal, London and Munich. Terry has also worked with offshore production companies as a service producer and has helped emerging filmmakers in the role of Executive Producer.