Site Media Inc. is a creative presence in Canada's documentary film community with a passion for making high quality films on art, culture and biography. Founded by Katherine Knight and David Craig in 2006, Site Media Inc. made an immediate impact with its first film Annie Pootoogook commissioned by Bravo Canada and Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. This was followed by a one-hour documentary, Pretend Not To See Me: The Art of Colette Urban (2009) funded by the Canada Council. In 2010 it completed Kinngait: Riding Light Into the World, for Bravo, Knowledge, TVOntario and APTN. KOOP about Winnipeg based artist Wanda Koop was the opening gala film of the 2011 Reel Artists Film Festival in Toronto. In 2013 Spring & Arnaud about artists Spring Hurlbut and Arnaud Maggs premiered at Hot Docs 2013 where it was a Top Ten Audience Favorite. Site Media's, Strange and Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island premiered at Montreal's International Festival of Films on Art in 2015 where it won the award for Best Canadian Film and went on to be an award winning film at the Atlantic Film Festival in Nova Scotia the same year. Site Media’s films have had multiple festival screenings around the world and have been broadcast on CBC, TVO, Knowledge, AVROTROS (Netherlands) and SVT (Sweden). In 2019, Site Media principal David Craig directed “The Mill” commissioned by CBC for its POV strand. A co-production between Site Media Inc. and Vertical Productions Inc. it has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary Program. In 2020 director Katherine Knight will debut a new film about Toronto artist Max Dean.

Katherine Knight is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at York University in Toronto and an award-winning photographer known for evocative landscape based photographic works with a strong narrative atmosphere.
Prior to co-founding Site Media Inc., David W. Craig’s career in creative arts management and media production included positions as head of the media arts at the Ontario Arts Council and as a business analyst at Telefilm Canada.

Site Media's films are distributed by McIntyre Media(Canada), VTape, First Run Features and Kanopy.



Katherine Knight


Katherine Knight established Site Media Inc. with partner David Craig in 2006 with the goal of creating documentaries on Canadian art and artists. Site Media has produced six films including “Annie Pootoogook” directed by Marcia Connolly and “Kinngait: Riding Light into the World”, directed by Annette Mangaard. In 2009 Knight directed, “Pretend Not To See Me,” which received Special Mention at the Ecofilm Festival, 2010 in Rhodos, Greece. Knight’s film, KOOP, about Winnipeg Artist Wanda Koop, was the gala night selection for Reel Artist Film Festival, Toronto, February 2011. With Marcia Connolly, Knight has directed the feature documentary, Spring & Arnaud, 2013 and Strange and Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island, 2015.

Katherine Knight is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual Art at York University where she teaches photography. Katherine received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1980 and her Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Victoria in 1984. In 2000 she received the Duke and Duchess of York Prize in recognition of excellence in photography. From 1996-2000 Katherine was the Dean of Fine Arts at the Ontario College of Art and Design.


Strange and Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island, 2015, Director with Marcia Connolly, Producer

Spring & Arnaud, 2013, 62 mins.Director with Marcia Connolly, Producer

KOOP, 2011, 48 minutes, Director & Producer

Pretend Not To See Me, 2010, 45 minutes, Director & Producer


Marcia Connolly

Marcia Connolly - Cinematographer, co-director, co-producer. Marcia Connolly has been a primary collaborator on Site Media’s first six films and her cinematography has given Site Media productions an indelible visual style. An award winning filmmaker, cinematographer and video journalist with the CBC. Most recently Marcia directed Never Too Old was commissioned by the CBC and broadcast in 2019.

Selected Filmography

Strange & Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island, 2015, 52 mins., Director with Katherine Knight, Cinematographer

Spring & Arnaud, 2013, 70 mins., Director with K. Knight, Cinematographer, Producer

Ghost Noise, 2010, 23 minutes, Director & Producer

Landscape – People: An Exquisite Corpse, 2008, 3 minutes, 16mm

Annie Pootoogook, 2006, 24 mins. Director, Produced by Site Media Inc.

Helen’s Inheritance, 1997, 12 minutes, 16mm, Director & Producer

The Skating Party, 1996, 16 minutes, 16mm, Director

Connolly’s independent films have shown internationally and nationally including at the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume in Paris, the Toronto International Film Festival, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the Vancouver International Film Festival, the Smithsonian Institute and at the Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival. Ghost Noise received the 2010 Lodestar Award for Best Canadian or International film at the Dawson City International Short Film Festival and Jury’s Choice First Prize at the Black Maria Film and Video Festival.

Winner: Best Atlantic Cinematography, Atlantic Film Festival 2015


David Craig

David Craig is co-founder of Site Media Inc. and a producer on all its films. Prior to Site Media, he worked at Telefilm Canada where was the lead analyst for many projects by Canada’s top producers including Epitome Pictures’ Degrassi: The Next Generation and projects undertaken by Igloolik Isuma including The Journals of Knud Rassmussen and Before Tomorrow.

In 2005 while at Telefilm he was awarded the Ajjiit Nunavut Media Association Industry Recognition Award for his work with producers from Nunavut.

He entered the film and television industry working on the feature film Life Classes, produced and directed by William D. MacGillivray. He continued working with MacGillivray’s company Picture Plant Ltd. as researcher and coordinator for the feature documentary I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art. In 1988 Craig was appointed Film, Photography and Video Officer for the Ontario Arts Council


Annie Pootoogook, 2006, Producer

Pretend Not To See Me, 2010, Producer

Kinngait: Riding Light Into the World, 2010, Producer

KOOP, 2011, Producer

Spring & Arnaud, 2013, Producer

Strange & Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island 2014, Producer, Story Editor