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Lindalee Tracey

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lindalee Tracey ((1957-05-14)May 14, 1957 – (2006-10-19)October 19, 2006) was a Canadian broadcast journalist, documentary filmmaker, writer, and exotic dancer.[1][2] She is best known for the documentary film Not a Love Story, a controversial 1981 film about pornography. Her credits include work on many films on controversial topics.

Career

Her appearance as a journalist in the film Not a Love Story marked a career change for Tracey.[1] Bonnie Sherr Klein, one of the film's producers, described meeting Tracey when she was working as a stripper in Montreal. Sherr Klein described being impressed that Tracey's act was different from those of other women she met researching the film—playful and intelligent, allowing her to retain a greater measure of autonomy and self-respect. Tracey was hired to serve as one of the film's researchers and presenters.

Following her work on the film Tracey started working as a writer and researcher, and later a producer.[1] Tracey and her husband, Peter Raymont, set up a production company that produced many of their later works. Most of the documentaries she worked on were serious, issue-oriented films.

She and Raymont created the television drama The Border, which was eventually broadcast in 2008.

Death and legacy

Tracey died on October 19, 2006 after a four-year battle with breast cancer.[1]

Tracey's friends and family created the Lindalee Tracey Award to celebrate her memory and her accomplishments.[3] A Canadian filmmaker is given the annual award at the Hot Docs film festival in Toronto.

Filmography

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Filmmaker, writer Lindalee Tracey dead at 49". CBC News. October 26, 2006.
  2. ^ "Lindalee Tracey: Filmmaker and Writer". Collections Canada. Archived from the original on 2009-05-15.
  3. ^ "The Lindalee Tracey Award". Magnolia Movies. Archived from the original on 2009-05-15.

Further reading

  • Barbara Korte: Another world. Lindalee Tracey's journey into poor Canada and traditions of home touring. In: New worlds. Discovering and constructing the unknown in anglophone literature. Presented to Walter Pache on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Ed. by Martin Kuester, Gabriele Christ, Rudolf Beck. Vögel, Munich 2000 (Schriften der Philosophischen Fakultäten der Universität Augsburg, 59, Literatur- und sprachwissenschaftliche Reihe) pp 261–276

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