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Our production company was named after, founder /CEO, Monica Iyah Mustelier's favorite playground she frequented as a kid. At Clark Park Films, we believe that play is where the imagination takes flight.  We invite you to come, create and explore new worlds with us.


We've produced a slew of award-winning short films and have several TV series, features, documentaries, and short projects in various states of development. We are also currently developmening digital content for our online communities. 


Follow @clarkparkfilms on IG to keep up with us. 

Monica Iyah Mustelier
Owner | Director | Creator of Cool Shit


Monica Iyah Mustelier is a Toronto-based award-winning writer, director, and filmmaker who has been creating independent content for over twenty years. Most recently, she was nominated for the Best Director Award for her short film “Las Olas” at the Oklahoma Black Film Festival.


Her work has received accolades such as Best Short Script, Best Actress, Best Short Horror, Best Cinematography, and Best Production Design. Her films have been screened at various film festivals such as the Berlin International Arts Film Festival, Toronto Black Film Festival, Austin Comedy Festival, and Miami Independent Film Festival to name a few. 

Monica directed and produced "Rainbow Baby" which won the Toronto ACTRA Women’s Committee (TAWC) 2020 Short Film Creation Lab. CBC acquired it and it is currently airing on Canadian Reflections and streaming on CBC GEM. She also directed the award-winning comedic short “Demonstration Sport” which is now streaming on the Reel Women’s network.


Additionally, she developed and shot her proof of concept, "Las Olas" with the support of Women in the Directors Chair, Canada Council for the Arts, Toronto Arts Council, and the Indigenous Screen Office. Monica has received development funding for the feature-length version titled “Kaleah” which is being produced with Sunday Baby Films and Hentucky Films.


Monica is busy with a full slate of features, TV series, documentaries, and digital content in various stages of development

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