Nettie Wild

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Nettie Wild (born 18 May 1952) is a Canadian documentary film filmmaker.[1]

Wild has directed and produced four full length documentary films:


Wild was awarded the audience award for best documentary film at the 1998 AFI Fest for A Place Called Chiapas. She was given Genie Awards for both A Place Called Chiapas and Fix, and won two awards at the Berlin International Film Festival for A Rustling of Leaves.[1]