Interwoven Films is dedicated to engaging in intersectional and inclusive storytelling that pushes the envelope of what Canadian independent film can be. We hope to challenge audiences and creators alike to see themselves in our stories and be reminded of our connection to each other, and the greater world around us.  We look to film and entertainment as a means to create change and impact people through challenging the status quo. We aren’t bound by convention, traditions, or norms. We actively seek to tell untold stories and amplify the voices that have long been ignored. Learn more…


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Disappointed and discouraged by the online dating game ending in yet another short lived first date, Melanie starts to wonder if the cliche 'you'll find someone when you stop looking' might actually hold a grain of truth in it.
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Jerky is a feminist, poetic monster movie.
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I Hear You

I Hear You is a non-conforming medical drama about a group of gender-oppressed folks including women & non-binary people, young, old, able-bodied, disabled – who each struggle with sexual health issues...
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I See You follows the journey of a small group of women and genderqueer artists through a facilitated 5-day retreat as they use their art to explore and question their relationship with their bodies and their sexual health. 



When a clueless burnout inherits his father’s failing and seedy pawn shop, he’ll have to take command over a staff of dimwitted, misfit employees and turn the shop around before it’s forced to close forever. 

Meet Amy Trefry


Amy (They/She) is a writer, producer, actor, and owner of Interwoven Films.  As an actor, Amy’s films have screened at SITGES, TIFF, and the Vancouver Film Festival. They are best known for their roles in the hit CBC television series Mr.D and Diggstown. In 2018 Amy was part of a team awarded a Telefilm Talent to Watch grant for the modern, feminist, medical drama I Hear You, which they wrote, produced, and starred in, and screened and won awards internationally. Amy was the winner of the CBC Pitch Competition along with their creative partner Brent Braaten for the short film Jerky, which won Best Drama Short at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.  Amy was one of ten emerging Canadian television producers selected for the 2021 RDV Canada: Meet the Series program. They are currently in development for the feature film Salvage, written by Katerina Bakolias and Shandi Mitchelle, which was accepted into the 2019 FIN Script Development Program under mentor Michael Melski (The Child Remains), as well as the WIFT-AT Writers Bootcamp with Cynthia Knight (Mohawk Girls) and the Whistler Film Festival Writing Lab. Amy recently wrapped production on their first documentary, a short film that explores the intersection of sexual health, gender and cultural shame. The project – I See You – will be released in 2022. Learn More…

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