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A novel - streaming consciousness c. 1972

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Goin' Down the Road Revisited
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Cayle commenced her career as part of the cast of the acclaimed Canadian film Goin' Down The Road and has worked as an actor, writer, producer/director, teacher and off-line editor for the past twenty years.

In Los Angeles, she worked for Henry Jaglom as writer/actor on his second film Tracks that starred Dennis Hopper. More ...

Cayle adapted Anais Nin's erotic novel Cities of the Interior into a screenplay for Jaglom's International Rainbow Pictures. More ...

She has produced and written a number of award-winning independent videos with funding from The Independent Film and Video Fund, OFDC, Ontario and Canada Arts Councils as well as private investment. (See Cayle Films.)

Cayle Chernin & Doug McGrath during filming of GDTR
Cayle Chernin & Doug McGrath during filming of GDTR

Children's Broadcast Award winner, The Party's Over, resulted in a continuing association with St. Christopher House, the United Way Settlement House where Cayle served on the Board of Directors. She has run video workshops as Ontario Arts Council sponsored Guest Artist in several Ontario schools.

Cayle spent a year as Video Producer in the Education Department at Baycrest Center for Geriatric Care, creating several in house and client oriented videos and helped to establish an in-house network.

She produced The Ted Allen Show as a benefit for the Albert J. Latner Jewish Public Library at Young Peoples Theatre.
In The Shadows One-sheet Cayle produced and directed the award winning international video In the Shadows, the Tragedy of Syrian Jews that was broadcast on Israel TV and screened internationally. This film stands as one of two documentaries chronicling the now-extinct population. More ...

An outline for a proposed screenplay The Man Who Couldn't Lose received funding for treatment stage and though it did not receive subsequent funding was developed into a feature screenplay with interest from the Women's Film Company in Los Angeles. More ...

Cayle has produced programs broadcast on CBC, Vision TV and WTN. A personal documentary Uncle Boris and My Russian Relatives was aired on CBC Atlantic, as part of Women's Works, CBC Vancouver and SCN Saskatchewan. More ...

I Am Home, the hour version premiered at The Cape Town Film Festival, South Africa and played on Vision TV and WTN. More ...

North York Post Article
North York Post - September 2001
Toronto Star Article
Toronto Star - April 1989

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