Christine Haebler - Producer
Terminal City Pictures
A 34-year film veteran, Christine earned a Best Motion Picture Genie nomination for her first producing venture Hard Core Logo, which was distributed by Miramax in the US. She served as a producer on Gary Burns’s Kitchen Party, Malcolm Ingram’s Tail Lights Fade, and executive producer on Ben Ratner’s Moving Malcolm and Reg Harkema’s A Girl Is A Girl.
Her subsequent producing credits include the 10-part television miniseries, Terminal City, for Channel 4 and the Sundance Channel and Peter Greenaway’s Nightwatching, starring Martin Freeman, which premiered at Venice and TIFF.
Her first collaboration with Judy Tossel of Egoli Tossell was Sandra Nettelbeck’s Helen, which starred Ashley Judd and Goran Visnjic and premiered at Sundance and distributed by Warner Bros and eOne.
She acted as Executive In Charge of Production on Sony’s Hardwired starring Cuba Gooding Jr and Val Kilmer.
She then became Trish Dolman’s producing partner in Screen Siren Pictures, and brought another film she developed with Judy Tossell, Hector and the Search for Happiness to the company. It was directed by Peter Chelsom, starring Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike and Christopher Plummer which was distributed by Relativity Media and eOne.
At Screen Siren Pictures she also produced; Daydream Nation, directed by Mike Goldbach, starring Kat Dennings, Josh Lucas and Andie MacDowell which was distributed by eOne and Anchor Bay, and Foreverland, starring Max Theriot, Juliette Lewis and Demian Bichir, was also distributed by eOne.
In 2014 and 2015, Screen Siren was the service company and Christine the producer for EuropaCorp’s Shut In starring Naomi Watts. She also produced the Vancouver-shot portion of Warriors Gate, a $42 Million co-pro between EuropaCorp and Fundamental Films.
She also Executive Produced Kevin Funk’s award-winning feature debut, Hello Destroyer.
Terminal City Pictures and Screen Siren are currently producing Indian Horse, the feature adaptation of Ojibway author Richard Wagamese’s award-winning novel.