STIRLING has been the Managing Director of Balthazar Films
since its creation in 1993.
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, she started out at the Film
Festival in Edinburgh before working at the British Film
Institute in London. As Script Reader and then Production
Assistant at Enigma (David Puttnams production company),
she had first-hand experience of THE KILLING FIELDS
and THE MISSION, among others.
Other films and other production houses followed, such
as DEFENCE OF THE REALM directed by David Dury, ON
THE BLACK HILL directed by Andrew Grieve and DISTANT
VOICES STILL LIVES by Terence Davies.
The cross-over from fiction to documentary was made with
such films as WOMEN AND AIDS by Jayne Chard
and THE COFFEE BRIGADE by Georges Drion.