Diane Polley Credits
Diane Polley Movies
- May 17th, 2013
- 108 mins
In this inspired new film, Oscar®-nominated writer/director Sarah Polley discovers that the truth depends on who’s telling it. Polley is both filmmaker and detective as she investigates the secrets kept by a family of storytellers. She playfully interviews and interrogates a cast of characters of varying reliability, eliciting refreshingly candid, yet mostly contradictory, answers to the same questions. As each relates their version of the family mythology, present-day recollections shift into nostalgia-tinged glimpses of their mother, who departed too soon, leaving a trail of unanswered questions. Polley unravels the paradoxes to reveal the essence of family: always complicated, warmly messy and fiercely loving. "Stories We Tell" explores the elusive nature of truth and memory, but at its core is a deeply personal film about how our narratives shape and define us as individuals and families, all interconnecting to paint a profound, funny and poignant picture of the larger human story.
Diane Polley TV Shows
Canadian television drama that focused on professional and personal lives of the members of Toronto law firm. The show, set and often shot in downtown Toronto, dealt with Canadian issues that made it strikingly different from its counterparts. Filled with memorable characters and, at times, controversial storylines, the series ran for eight seasons and was one of the most successful Canadian productions.
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The following is a list of award nominations for the groundbreaking series Night Heat(bold indicates winner).<br><br>
TV Guide's Most Popular Program: 1987, 1988
Best Dramatic Series: 1986, 1987, 1988
Mario Azzopardi(1986), George Mendeluk(1988), Jorge Montesi(1988)
, Randy Bradshaw(1990)
Best Actor: Scott Hylands(1986, 1987, 1988), Jeff Wincott(1986), Allan Royal(1987)
Best Actress: Jennifer Dale(1986)
Best Supporting Actor: Eugene Clark(1987), Sean McCann(1987), Tony Rosato(1989)
Best Guest Actor/Actress: Jennifer Dale(1987), Danny Aiello(1988), John Colicos(1989), Kay Tremblay(1989)
Best Writing: 1986, 1987*, 1988, 1989
Best Original Drama: 1986
Best Photography: 1987*, 1988*, 1989
Best Editing: 1989
Best Production Design/Art Directi
Based on the popular children's series, Eight-year-old Ramona Quimby feels that no one really understands her. She's bright, imaginative, and according to her older sister Beezus, a "pest." Every day she tries to find out more about herself and her world, with an optimism that only children possess. The series follows Ramona's adventures in school and at home as her family struggles with financial woes and the coming of a new baby.