Kara Blake is a Canadian filmmaker whose projects range from short films and music videos to live projections and installations. Her work has been shown internationally at festivals and venues including the Museum of Modern Art New York, Centre Pompidou, Telluride Festival, and CPH:DOX. In 2009, Blake's film about the electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire, entitled The Delian Mode won both the Genie Award and HotDocs Award for Best Short Documentary. In 2011, Blake was named national winner of the RBC Emerging Filmmaker Competition hosted by the Toronto International Film Festival. Blake's multi-channel works include Lasciare Suonare for Place des Arts in Montréal and The Offerings, shown at the musée d’art contemporain de Montreal, The Jewish Museum (New York), GL Strand (Copenhagen) and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Blake holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree in film production from Ryerson University and a Master's of Fine Arts degree from Concordia University in Montréal where she continues to live and work.