Robyn Ludwig, an ACFC West full member, and IATSE Local 891 permittee, has been a script and continuity supervisor in the B.C. film and television industry since 2016. She has worked on the feature films The Pishach (2022) and Summer of 84 (2018) for Brightlight Pictures, and Margaux (2021) and Heatwave (2021) for Motion Picture Corporation of America; and on over thirty television movies for the Hallmark Channel and Lifetime.
Robyn holds a Master of Film and Literature (2011) from the University of York, U.K. She has also served on the Board of Directors of the Reel to Real: A Celebration of Moving Images for Youth Society since 2005.
Government Cheese Creative Services is the company Robyn founded in 2004, to provide fund development services to the arts and cultural sector. To date, over $1 million has been raised in government grants and corporate sponsorship, for film festivals, media arts organizations, and independent media artists. Robyn has a successful track record in securing funding from the Department of Canadian Heritage - Arts Presentation Canada, Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, City of Vancouver Office of Cultural Affairs, Telefilm Canada, Creative BC, and TELUS Fund.