Volcano, starring Hannah Cheesman and TIFF ‘Rising Star’ Jess Salgueiro, named one of six best Canadian Films of TIFF 2019

Volcano named a TIFF 2019 ‘must-see’ Canadian film

New York Times says Hannah Cheesman the “real highlight of the episode” and “absolutely delivers” in Star Trek: Discovery’s episode Project Daedelus

SyFy Wire interviews Hannah Cheesman about her role as Airiam 2.0 on Star Trek: Discovery

Metro UK reports on Cheesman’s role on Star Trek: Discovery

“Superb” digital series The 410 reviewed by TV, eh?, story edited by Hannah Cheesman and premiering on CBC Gem

Variety covers Cheesman’s win at Cannes’ MipTV In Development, as Whatever, Linda takes top honour

Hannah Cheesman named one of 18 women filmmakers in 2018, by CBC Arts

Exclaim! Magazine covers the release of Boring Girls teaser, a death metal coming-of-age story

Whatever, Linda selected as one of 12 competitors out of 344 submissions for first ever ‘In Development’ contest at Cannes MipTV

Cheesman’s short film Emmy, starring Handmaid Tale’s Amanda Brugel, named finalist in Miami Film Fest’s IMDbPro Short Film Competition

Globe and Mail article on The Definites feature film, co-Directed by screenwriter Hannah Cheesman and producer Mackenzie Donaldson

The Globe and Mail introduces Hannah Cheesman and Mackenzie Donaldson in this feature Globe Arts article about women filmmakers at the intersection of traditional and new media

Cheesman is a guest writer for the Globe and Mail, and writes about Guerrilla Filmmaking on the set of The Definites in Miami

Deadline covers Whatever, Linda in development with veteran producer Mark Gordon (Grey’s Anatomy) and EP Graeme Manson (Orphan Black)

Refinery29 names Cheesman one of the ‘Scariest Female Villains of All Time’ for her role as Edith Brennan in del Toro’s Mama

The Coast interviews Cheesman when she is keynote speaker at the Women Making Waves conference in Halifax NS