Canadian independent filmmaker Helene Klodawsky is a passionate storyteller committed to portraying political and social struggles, as well as exploring the documentary art form. Her award winning films, spanning 35 years, are screened, studied and televised around the world. Helene also works as a script consultant, especially with emerging filmmakers.Among Helene’s numerous films, Motherland (1994), Family Motel (2007), Come Worry With Us! (2013), Grassroots in Dry Lands (2015), From Janet With Love (2017), Care Rebels (2017), and The Invisible Everywhere (2019) explore how the work of care is both essential and unrecognized. Helene is in pre-production as director/writer of Stolen Time, a feature documentary on nursing home negligence.