Alison Duke
Director . Producer . Artist


“Jill of all trades, master of none is oftentimes better than master of one.”

Alison Duke is the creative director of Goldelox Productions, a Toronto-based film and video company that produces films that bring diverse audiences together to effect positive social change. Recently Alison executive produced the Akua Benjamin legacy project (2016), a series of five award winning short documentaries that celebrated the legacy of renowned Toronto black activists, Gwen and Lenny Johnson, Marlene Green, Rosie Douglas, Dudley Laws and Charles Roach with five black female filmmakers from Toronto. She is directing a hybrid fictional feature entitled Disclosure this fall. She has several films in development including:

  • Archiving Mr. LaRose directed by Ngardy Conteh George
  • Mothering in the Movement directed by Laurie Townshend
  • D)alltheabove directed by Sarah Michelle Brown

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Affect positive change

Goldelox Productions – a boutique film, video and multi-media production company - was formed in 2001 to create digital content that will inspire positive change in the world. Since then, I have been on a fabulous journey and have collaborated with many amazing people, artists and organizations to help uncover hidden stories, build awareness about a cause or issue, and aggregate people to act and tell great stories.

My films bring people together to affect positive change.

My work creatively provides a space for people to enter the issues and discover how people are effected and how they can personally get involved.

I am a storyteller and you are too.

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