Most recently, Liz was involved with the Canadian interprovincial co-productions Mad Ship, with Enigmatico Films from Ontario, and The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom, with Palomar from Quebec.
Liz co-produced the US-Canada- Kuwait co-production Amreeka, a film by Cherien Dabis, which premiered at Sundance 2009, and screened at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes, where it won the FIPRESCI Critics Prize. She also produced High Life, a film by Winnipeg-based director Gary Yates, which premiered at Panorama, Berlin 2009. In 2007, Liz collaborated with writer-director Kari Skogland to produce the feature film The Stone Angel, starring Ellen Burstyn, and based on the beloved novel by Margaret Laurence.
Liz is actively involved as a mentor for upcoming filmmakers, is a consultant for the National Screen Institute of Canada, and teaches Producing for Film at the University of Winnipeg.