Since 2017 Charlotte Mickie has served as Vice-President of Celluloid Dreams. Current Celluloid Dreams titles include Jafar Panahi's NO BEARS (Venice Biennale Competition, 2022, TIFF Special Presentation 2022, New York Film Festival 2022), Antonio Lukich's LUXEMBOURG, LUXEMBOURG (Venice Biennale, Orizzonte 2022, TIFF CWC 2022) and Graham Foy's THE MAIDEN (Venice Biennale, Giornate degli Autori 2022, TIFF CWC 2022). Celluloid Dreams' Cannes hit of 2021, Panah Panahi's HIT THE ROAD has been released in almost every country in the world, receiving universal critical acclaim.
Prior to her tenure at Celluloid Dreams, Mickie served as the President of International Sales at Mongrel Media, a division she launched in 2014 with Aisling Walsh's MAUDIE starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. Under Mickie's direction, Mongrel handled international rights on other critically lauded films, including Jennifer Fox's THE TALE, Ira Sachs' LITTLE MEN, and Joshua Z Weinstein's MENASHE.
Previously, Mickie was the executive vice-president of eOne Films International, which she joined in 2008 after it acquired Maximum Films where she was both a managing director and a founding partner. While at eOne, Mickie acquired and sold such notable films as BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD, ANIMAL KINGDOM, INCENDIES and THE BABADOOK.
Previously, Mickie was managing director of Celluloid Dreams, where she worked on films by the Dardenne brothers, Michael Haneke, Hirokazu Kore-eda and François Ozon. Mickie also spent many years overseeing all international film sales at Alliance Atlantis and founded the Alliance Independent division, representing many of Atom Egoyan's and Denis Villeneuve's earlier films, discovering American independent filmmakers Todd Solondz, Neil Labute and Greg Mottola, and selling industry game-changer BOWLNG FOR COLUMBINE.
Mickie currently serves as an expert for ACE Producers, an advisor for BlockFilm and is a Board Member for the Canadian Society of Decorative Arts. Mickie is a Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.