Scottish Documentary Institute
Noe started her film career with Steel Bank Films (1982), a Channel 4 film workshop based in Sheffield. She is an experienced director, producer and exec producer on the international scene, having worked on numerous award-winning documentaries for festival and broadcast (Ch4, BBC, Arte, RTP, RTBF).
In 2003, she set up Scottish Documentary Institute and she has been acting as executive producer on the award-winning Mining Poems competition and latest features: Becoming Animal (2018 CPH Dox) Time Trial (2017 IDFA) Donkeyote ARTE/ZDF (2017 Rotterdam) / Seven Songs for A Long Life BBC/POV (2016 SXSW) / Where You Are Meant to Be BBC (2016 EIFF/Sheffield) Grierson Award (2016). She is a research professor at University of Edinburgh. In collaboration with British Council & Bidayyat she runs a series of workshops in the MENA region called Stories.