Sholeh Alemi Fabbri
Sholeh Alemi Fabbri has been producing award-winning content for two decades and has received three Canadian Screen Award nominations. In 2021, Sholeh launched Good Measure Productions, a company focused on content with impact. She is proud to be part of the Banff Spark Accelerator Program for Women in the Business of Media this year.
Since returning to the indie space, Sholeh has been part of the production team and the impact campaign behind Nadine Pequeneza’s film Last of the Right Whales. The eco-doc debuted as the number one Canadian film opening weekend earlier this year. Good Measure Productions is also working on impact campaigns for the uplifting Peace by Chocolate, a drama about the true story of a Syrian refugee family in small-town Canada, and Stacey Tenenbaum’s film Scrap that has its world premiere at Hot Docs 2022. Sholeh is currently developing feature film projects with screenwriter Delphine Roussel.
Prior to the creation of Good Measure Productions, Sholeh was the Executive Producer of ET Canada for over 7 years. Sholeh sits on two boards including Story Money Impact, a charity which connects media makers to changemakers and Artists for Peace and Justice (Canada), a non-profit organization that supports access to education for impoverished youth in Haiti.