Lynn Booth

Lynn Booth is a Vancouver-based Executive Producer and the CEO of Make Believe Media an independent production company. Graduating from the University of British Columbia’s post-graduate non-fiction writing programme (1994), Lynn immediately started making documentary films, working to bring independent voices to screens globally. With more than 100 hours of television and film projects, her producer credits range from true crime series Very Bad Men, True Pulp Murder and The Devil You Know to producing wildlife films For the Love of Elephants, How to Be A Wild Elephant and The Secret Life of Owls. Over the past two decades, Lynn has adapted to the changing landscape of financing and production and continues to chart new territory as she leads her teams toward greenlights and global distribution. She was most recently Consulting Executive Producer on the blue chip wildlife 4-part series America’s Wild Seasons (2019). Lynn loves to explore new forms and partnerships as an independent producer working with emerging creatives and senior collaborators alike in our LGBTQIA2S+ positive studio, hoping to bridge generations and diverse perspectives. Winner of the Women in Film Vancouver 2011 Woman of the Year for her commitment to women in key roles, Lynn strongly believes a diverse and inclusive independent creative sector is key to successful storytelling. Committed to new talent, Lynn has just launched production on newcomer Amy Saeeun Baek's Korean language film Glorious Holiday in production for 2022 delivery for CBC Originals and global platforms.