Kelsey Irvine

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Kelsey Irvine
Kelsey Irvine at the 2016 CFC Annual BBQ Fundraiser (29639607325).jpg
Born 1987
Occupation film producer / film director
Known for produced an Oscar nominated documentary

Kelsey Irvine is a Canadian film producer.[1] In 2016 she was an associate producer of Spectres of the Shoah, a documentary about film director Claude Lanzmann, best known for his 1985 documentary about the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, Shoah.

Irvine and a film crew lead by director/producer Adam Benzine interviewed Lanzmann, for the film, in 2015.[1][2] Lanzmann had not been interviewed since 1985, the year Shoah was completed.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Oscar-nominated film has local connection with associate producer Kelsey Irvine, The Peterborough Examiner, 2016-01-14. Retrieved on 2020-01-13. “The 40-minute film is about Lanzmann, the Parisian filmmaker who shot the seminal Holocaust documentary Shoah. Shoah was released in 1985, and Lanzmann, 90, hasn't given interviews since.”
  2. Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah, D-Word, 2015. Retrieved on 2020-01-13. “In "Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah", the 90-year-old iconoclast opens up for the first time about the trials and tribulations he faced while creating his magnum opus, and the weight it left him carrying.”