Lulu Keating has a diverse and prolific practice in film and video, crossing genres of fiction, animation, experimental and documentary. With her pan-Canadian connections, from Halifax to Vancouver to Dawson City in the Yukon, Keating remains a vital force in the creative community of artists working with the moving images. Besides her many short works, she has directed two feature films. The Midday Sun (1989) was the first Canadian feature shot entirely in Africa (Zimbabwe). Lucille's Ball (2013) was the recipient of the prestigious Women in the Director's Chair Feature Film Award. Its success on the festival circuit included Best Canadian Feature Film Award at Toronto's Female Eye Festival. Keating is developing other features, an animated film and a documentary.