Writer & Director
Eva Grant (she/they) is a bilingual filmmaker operating at the intersection of queer and BIPOC storytelling. She is the creator and showrunner of the Indigiheist series Degrees of Separation, which she is developing this year as a Sundance Institute Fellow. With dynamic bouts in academics, curation, literature, art, and performance, Eva’s work is influenced by fantasy, technology, mythology, death, love, and her mixed St’at’imc Indigenous, South and West Asian, and European heritage. She has directed for Couleurs du Nord, and written for CBC's This Place: 150 Years Retold (which she also co-produced) and the Eagle Vision-produced Snapchat Original series Reclaim(ed). She is a Vancouver Queer Film Festival Disruptor fellow, and an Art Gallery of Ontario Artist-in-Residence . She is also an alumna of the Blood in the Snow Film Festival's Horror Development Lab, ReelWorld Emerging20 program, BIPOC TV & Film's Episodic Writers Lab, and Whistler Film Festival's Indigenous Fellowship. Her work has been supported by TELUS STORYHIVE, the Independent Production Fund, the Canada Media Fund, the Indigenous Screen Office, CBC, and Creative BC. She studied literature and philosophy at Stanford University.