MIN SOOK LEE premiered her latest documentary My Toxic Baby at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. Her other titles include: Tiger Spirit – a reunification roadtrip through the two Koreas winner of the Donald Brittain Gemini Award for Best Social/Political Documentary in 2009); Hogtown: The Politics of Policiing (Best Feature-length Canadian Documentary award at the 2005 Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival); and El Contrato – a look at the lives of migrant farm workers in Canada (nominated for the Donald Brittain Gemini in 2005). Her short docu-pomes, Borderless and Sedition have played around the world from Beirut to Berlin. Min Sook was also presented with the Cesar E. Chavez Black Eagle Award for El Contrato’s impact on the rights of migrant workers. In 2010 she will release the documentary Badge of Pride, a look at gay cops in Canada. Min Sook will also see the release of her first dramedy series She’s the Majour!, co-created with Jen Holness and Sudz Sutherland on Vision TV in 2010.