Diana Parry is a Director of Photography and Producer based out of Vancouver, BC. Her focus is narrative content having shot several short films such as the Telus StoryHive funded Laura (2019), Crazy 8’s short Sol (2020), The Tailor (2020), Telus StoryHive funded pilot Growing Up With Mi Familia (2020), the short doc A Motorcycle Saved My Life (2021) for the National Film Board, as well as Terror Forming (2022), Breakaway (2022), and the Telus Original doc titled Overtime (2022). She’s also credited as Associate Producer on N’xaxaitk’w (2021) which has it’s world premiere at TIFF in 2022.
She received a nomination for Best Cinematography at the Chilliwack Film Festival 2019 and won Best Cinematography at the Vancouver Shorts Film Festival 2020 for the film Laura. Diana uses cinematography as a tool to support powerful stories and is excited to create diverse content, especially from unique cultural and gender perspectives. She was one of the recipients of the Storyhive and NSI Fellowship program for ImagineNATIVE Film Festival in 2019.
Her cinematography has been featured on CBC, CBC Gem, Amazon Prime, iTunes, Telus Optik TV on Demand, and has screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival, New York International Children’s Film Festival, imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival, Indie Short Awards at Cannes, Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at the American Film Pavillion at Cannes, and more.