Leslie Ann Wills-Caton is a film and event professional with over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry and is the owner and founder of FIXERfilm Limited in Trinidad and Tobago. She has managed numerous feature films and collaborated on the CBS Network show, The Amazing Race as the Production Manager (Season 32 Episode 1) and television reality series Love and Hip Hop Atlanta and Girl’s Cruise for VH1 Network (2019) just to name a few.
Leslie Ann has co-produced the feature film Grace & Saleem (2019), produced The Hike (2019), and several other short form narratives under the FIXERfilm brand. In 2019 she launched the first Film & Folklore Festival focusing on local folklore, traditions and beliefs and partnered with 120N 610W Film Festival showcasing a Caribbean Film Night in Brooklyn (September 2019), Boston (October 2019) and in England (November 2019). In that same year, she hosted a folklore festival movie night in Point Fortin and launched the Movies n’ Makers programme with a workshop at the Point Fortin East Secondary School for students within the community.
Leslie Ann holds a degree in Psychology and Human Resource Management, is a certified etiquette consultant and lectures in Public Speaking, Event Management and Wedding Planning.