In the film business since 1983, Christine Haebler started off in production on various big budget US studio films. She then moved into producing in 1995 and earned a Best Motion Picture Genie nomination for Hard Core Logo. The film was picked up by Quentin Tarantino for distribution through Miramax. She teamed up with Trish Dolman and Screen Siren Pictures to produce Daydream Nation (2010) starring Kat Dennings, Josh Lucas and Andie MacDowell, followed by Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014) with Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike, Christopher Plummer, Jean Reno and Stellan Skarsgård. She developed and produced the multi-award-winning feature film Indian Horse (2018), an adaptation of Richard Wagamese’s own award-winning novel. The film was executive produced by Clint Eastwood. Christine also produced the 10-part TV mini-series Terminal City for Channel 4 and the 5-part kids miniseries Clue for Hasbro. She recently produced French Exit, the feature adaptation of Canadian author Patrick DeWitt’s acclaimed novel with Elevation Pictures and Sony Pictures Classics, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges. She produced Dev Patel’s directorial debut that he also stars in for Netflix entitled Monkey Man, which will be released in Dec 2022.