Lisa Genaille is a First Nations Producer of Sto:lo (Coast Salish) and Anishinaabe and based in British Columbia.
Lisa attended UFV studying technical theatre and design, which she followed up with 2yrs at Capilano University in the Motion Picture Production Program. Upon graduating, she worked at the ground level in Film and TV industry in Vancouver, BC as a P.A on various U.S network productions; Lisa worked on various indie productions from Camera Assistant to craft services. She joined Sir Perphoulous Flms Inc in 2008, which is owned and operated by her Brothers Andrew and Robert Genaille and they have produced two docu-series for APTN.
Lisa has produced numerous short films that have screened at VIFF, ImagineNative, and else where around the globe. In 2016 Lisa, her Bothers, and Family Friends (Eric Johnson (Vikings) & Adria Budd Johnson) formed Sto:mex Entertainment based in Toronto, Ont.
In 2019, Lisa has had four feature films as a producer selected to receive development funding; Tales of the Thunderbird, Rehab, and White Blood were all selected by The Harold Greenberg Fund to receive development funding, while Android Privilege was selected by APTN for development funding. Lisa is also developing the feature KAREN with Andrew Genaille to write and Shirley Cheechoo to direct. Lisa was selected by Whistler Film Festival to participate in the 2019 Producers Lab with the project White Blood, where she is being mentored by Lauren Grant (Clique Pictures).
The television series that Lisa is producing, Conduit and Roadblock, received letters of interest from CBC.