Wyatt Bardouille

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Wyatt Bardouille
Residence Seattle, WA

Wyatt Bardouille is a Seattle-based independent film and media producer/director and actor.[1] She is currently the Executive Producer at Bardouille Productions.

Originally from Indiana (with Dominican roots),[2] Bardouille obtained a degree in computer engineering at the University of Michigan. She worked at Microsoft and Expedia and in 2004, decided to pursue a career in filmmaking. She attended the Seattle Film Institute for post-baccalaureate studies in Filmmaking.

She has worked mainly on short films. With author and public relations specialist Whitney Keyes, she co-hosted, produced and directed WhitneyandWyatt.com in 2007, one of the first independent, web-based talk shows for women.[3][4] Most recently, she has produced and directed the award-winning 2011 documentary Dominica: Charting a Future for Paradise,[5] which received the award for Best Documentary Short at the 2012 Third World Independent Film Festival.[6][7]


  • Dominica: Charting a Future for Paradise, 2011. Producer and Director.
  • A Natural Life, 2008. Producer.
  • World Enough and Time, 2006. Post-Production Coordinator.
  • The Dime, 2006. Director.
  • Needle Pulling Thread, 2006. Assistant Director.


  1. ^ "Bardouille Productions". 
  2. ^ "Documentary about Dominica as a sustainable nation screens at film festival in Barbados", Bajan Reporter, February 15, 2012,
  3. ^ Athima Chansanchai (June 20, 2008). "Women's lifestyle talk show seeks its audience online". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 
  4. ^ Heidi Dietrich and Ben Miller (July 19, 2007). "You're invited but you can't say where you are". Puget Sound Business Journal. 
  5. ^ "Dominica: Charting a Future for Paradise". 
  6. ^ "Third World Indie Film Festival". 
  7. ^ Romola Lucas, "Cine Caribés’ Best of 2012: Documentaries", Cine Caribés, January 21, 2013.

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