Nimisha Mukerji is a two-time CSA nominated director currently represented by Meridian Artists. Mukerji has been an episodic director for Disney XD's teen sci-fi comedy series Mech-X4 and the Amazon series Dino Dana produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment. She has also directed on the VICE series PAYDAY, NatGeo's Border Security and CBC's We Are Canada and Keeping Canada Safe. Her features include 65_RedRoses (commissioned by the CBC and acquired by Hulu and Netflix), Blood Relative (produced for Knowledge Network, CTS) and Tempest Storm (commissioned by Super Channel, ARTE & SWR) which was released theatrically by Mongrel Media throughout Canada in 2016. Her short narrative works include In The Deep (Crazy 8s '13, CBC), The Arrival Hour (TIFF Audience Award - Emerging Filmmakers Competition '12), and Beauty Mark (Official Selection Telefilm Canada’s Not Short on Talent Program Cannes ’13), which she co-wrote and produced. She was awarded a 2015 BravoFactual grant for her short We Were Hunters, which went on to receive four 2017 Leo nominations (including Best Short Documentary and Best Direction). Mukerji has also been commissioned by Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Canada to produce the short films Invisible Man and Eat Your Heart Out as part of their award-winning digital platform RealLifeStories on Youtube. In 2016 the Toronto International Film Festival in partnership with Instagram launched TIFFXInstagram Short Film Festival showcasing Mukerji’s short Awake & Dreaming as one of their top 30 (out of over a thousand submissions). Mukerji is an alumnus of TIFF’s Talent Lab and an elected board member of DOC National and POV Magazine. She was the recipient of the 2016 Women in View 2XMore Sinking Ship Program and the 2015 Director’s Guild of Canada’s Mentorship Award.