Holly Dale

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Holly Dale
Born (1953-12-23) December 23, 1953 (age 63)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Film director, television director, film editor, film producer, screenwriter
Years active 1976–present

Holly Dale (born December 23, 1953) is a Canadian film and television director and film producer. She received a Gemini Award in 2008 for Best Direction in a Dramatic Series (Durham County).

Dale and Janis Cole operate the Toronto-based independent production company Spectrum Films, and shared a Genie Award for P4W: Prison for Women, a 1981 documentary about Canada's only prison for women.

She has also directed two episodes of NCIS (TV series), the episodes being the Season 11 episode, "Alibi" and the Season 12 episode, "Status Update".




  • Thin Line (co-produced with Janis Cole) (1977)
  • Starship Invasions (1977; assistant producer)
  • Plague (1978)
  • P4W Prison for Women (co-produced with Janis Cole) (1981)
  • Hookers on Davie (co-produced with Janis Cole) (1984)
  • Calling the Shots (co-produced with Janis Cole) (1988)



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