Christina FON


Executive Producer

Rezolution Pictures - Canada

Christina Fon is vice-president and executive producer of Rezolution Pictures, most recently she
has worked as one of the executive producers on the CRAVE Original series Little Bird.
For over two decades, Christina has built exceptional international relations in the global
entertainment world. She is the recipient of a Sundance and Peabody Award, multiple Canadian
Screen Awards, Hot Docs Audience Awards and She was nominated for an Emmy in 2020.
Throughout her career, Christina has negotiated successful production deals and has
orchestrated the green light on several projects that have marked the landscape of the global
television industry and the big screen including, Mohawk Girls, now streaming on
NBCUniversal’s Peacock platform, Rumble: the Indians Who Rocked the World now on Netflix
and Reel Injun, now in the Academy Museum in LA.
She credits her success to building a solid reputation with her investment partners, closing
successful deals, sourcing winning IPs, and maintaining strong stakeholder relations throughout
development and production. Christina has worked alongside and built relationships with
several international broadcasters, including Netflix, NBCUniversal, ARTE, PBS,
Bellmedia/CRAVE, CBC, Radio Canada, and APTN.
Christina also co-founded video game company Minority Media, now Meta4 Interactive, which
revolutionized the gaming industry with the launch of the award-winning game Papo & Yo, as
well as immersive virtual reality experiences. The firm effectively created a new genre of
interactive entertainment, today commonly known as “empathy games”.
With over 27 years of experience as a media professional, Christina Fon is known for
identifying, developing, and producing high quality and innovative projects that she sees
through to the finish line and has dedicated herself to help telling stories meant to inspire,
impact and entertain audiences around the world.