ALICIA K. HARRIS is a director from Toronto.
Co-Founder of SUGAR GLASS FILMS with Rebeca Ortiz,
dedicated to creating films that feature women, marginalized groups & children.
Alicia’s directing style is characterized by unconventional storytelling devices
and highly stylized, poetic visuals.
Alumna of The Canadian Academy of Cinema & Television's directing program (2019).
Ryerson Film Studies graduate; winner of BEST FILM & BEST DIRECTOR (2016).
Golden Sheaf Award winner (Love Stinks).
Supported by the National Film Board of Canada, Canada Arts Council,
Ontario Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council.
Featured in the Toronto Star and on CTV News (PICK).
Also an accomplished production designer, to view Alicia’s design portofolio, click here.
Also a lover of intersectional feminism, live music, children/youth, traveling and cats.
Photo by Ulysse del Drago. Festival du nouveau cinéma for “Love Stinks,” 2016.