Driven by a passion to produce powerful female-focused content, Jennifer Mesich established White Eagle Entertainment in 2011.
Jennifer's films “Trouble In The Garden” and “She Never Died” were theatrically released in 2019. Her upcoming films “Catch & Release” and “The Corruption of Divine Providence” are currently in film festivals across Canada and are slated for release over the next few months.
She is currently working as a Reconstruction Producer on “Enslaved”, a six-part documentary series on the transatlantic slave trade hosted by Samuel L. Jackson. The series is a co-production between Canada and the United Kingdom.
Jennifer has also used her talents as a Line Producer on two films in 2019: the Indigenous feature film “Slash/Back”, which is the first production to be filmed in Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada and “Castle In The Ground”, a film about a grieving son on the verge of becoming an opioid addict. This film screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019 and is being released in 2020.
A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre Producers’ Lab, Jennifer previously worked at Don Carmody Productions, quickly rising to become Director of Development and Production for Film and Television. She is an award winning filmmaker whose films have played at festivals such as Tribeca, Whistler, Māoriland, Newport Beach and Palm Springs.
An alumnus of the Berlinale Talent Lab, TIFF Talent Lab, Trans Atlantic Partners and Telefilm Canada’s PITCH THIS!, Jennifer is also a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, Canadian Media Producers Association and the Directors Guild of Canada. Her company is currently in development on the feature films “12 Days” and “Dumbbell” which are both based on true events.