In 2002, Fichman produced and Klodawsky directed Undying Love, a moving account of relationships between Holocaust survivors, which earned a Gemini Award for Best History Program.
Her many accomplishments include The Okanada; the feature documentary Being Dorothy, nominated by the International Documentary Association; Longshots, winner of a Chris Award at the Columbus International Film & Video Festival and the Best Editing Award at Hot Docs; The Last Trip, winner of a Hot Docs Certificate of Merit and a Chris Award and a nominee for Gemini and Chalmers awards; and the history series Towards a Promised Land, winner of a Silver Award from New York Festivals and a nominee at Hot Docs and the Banff TV Festival. Ina also co-executive produced the docu-soap Firestation for Discovery Canada.
Among her recent documentary credits, the three-part series Black Coffee was seen by some 2 million viewers in Canada and makes its U.S. television debut in 2007 on National Geographic. In 2004-2005, she produced three seasons of the Gémeaux Award-winning youth-oriented series My Brand New Life/Je Vis ta vie. Her fiction credits include the feature film The Return of Tommy Tricker; the historical series Terre d’espoir; the teen series Vampire High; Mow la Force de l’àge, and the short film Moise.
She is currently in production on the family history series La Quête; the documentary Short and Male for CTV; That's Poker, a Canada/France co-production with CBC, Canal D and Arte; and Six Days in June, a feature documentary co-produced with PDJ (France) and Alma Films (Israel). Projects in pre-production include the documentary Til We Drop: Shopping and the Malling of Our Planet, co-produced with PDJ; It’s a Boy!, with director Danae Elon; and Jews and Money: A History, a co-production with PDJ. Projects in development include two feature films – Two Worlds, written by Gerald Wexler (Margaret’s Museum) and directed by Paolo Barzman, and Danny King of the Basement, directed by Tim Southam.
Fichman is past president of Montreal Women in Film, has served as chair for Women in Film and Television International and has served on the boards of DOC and the Hot Docs Documentary Festival. She recently founded the Devorah Foundation, which allocates funding to emerging women in film communities worldwide.
Mabul (2010) (post-production) (producer)
A contre-courant (2010) (TV) (producer)
Partly Private (2009) (executive producer)
Malls R Us (2009) (producer)
S&M: Short and Male (2008) (producer)
Family Motel (2007) (producer)
Six Days (2007) (producer)
That's poker... Dans la peau d'un joueur (2007) (TV) (producer)
Quête, La (2007) TV series (executive producer) (2007) (producer)
Black Coffee (2005) (TV) (producer)
My Brand New Life (2004) TV series (executive producer) (producer)
Being Dorothy (2004) (producer)
Undying Love (2002) (executive producer) (producer)
Vampire High (2001) TV series (executive producer)