PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST
Directed by Chistina Zeidler and John Mitchell. Diane plays the lead in this new comedic film, shooting in 2013
TAKE THIS WALTZ
Directed by Sarah Polley. Diane was a member of an ensemble playing the siblings of Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen in this haunting film about relationships, starring Michelle Williams that debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2011.
Diane was an actor, contributing writer and executive story editor on this fast, irreverent hot 13-episode sketch comedy series for the W network, produced by S&S productions (Red Green Show, American In Canada) and created by Jane Ford. Each episode is based on themes that range from "Love" to "Fear" to "Desire." She co-stars with comedy divas Kathryn Greenwood, Lisa Merchant, Jennifer Baxter and Janet Vandergraff.
Walter Ego was a two-episode pilot for a tv series shot by CBC, directed by Sean Thompson. It stars brilliant acting mavens Jackie Burroughs and Charmion King. Diane played the best pal (and former girlfriend) of the lead, Peter Keleghan (of Newsroom and Made in Canada fame).
Moose TV began as a tv pilot shot for CBC about a group of people who want to open their own TV station. Diane plays a wacky Native wanna-be who loves and loathes the idea. Moose TV starred Adam Beach (Law and Order SVU, Big Love), and subsequently ran on Showcase in Canada as an 8-part TV series.
KIDS IN THE HALL
Diane was a writer for this long-running smash hit series on CBC and CBS, and was twice nominated for an Emmy and Gemini with the writing team. Diane also appeared often as a guest star on the series.
The film aired in October 2003 on CBC, and was directed by Laurie Lynd
"Diane Flacks and Richard Greenblatt star in the stage play SIBS, the story of a brother and sister who reflect on their lives after their father dies. Now missing both parents, the two come to terms with their childhood and adolescent years. While remaining faithful to the theatrical spirit and emotional register of the original, this film version, directed with elan by Laurie Lynd, expands the play's visual reach and serves as a how-to example of stage-to-screen adaptations. Flacks and Greenblatt belong to that rare breed of performers: drop-dead funny comedians who are equally at home in drama's darker moments. " ~ Globe and Mail.
A half hour comedy series conceived and produced by Sullivan Entertainment and CBC TV, Diane wrote, was lead actress, and co-created the series.
From the CBC website:
"Chaos ensues when the spirited owner of a Toronto public relations firm hires her best friend from high school to be her right hand. Together, they wade into the crazy world of the entertainment industry, putting their unique spin on parties and campaigns for clients who range from rock stars to sports personalities. Think Absolutely Fabulous meets Mary Tyler Moore and you’ll know what to expect from this new 13-part half-hour series. Starring Diane Flacks, Ellie Harvie and Fiona Reid."
THE BROAD SIDE
A half-hour comedy anthology series written and co-created by Diane Flacks and Jane Ford. It was a successful radio series on CBC Morningside before it was adapted for TV and was recorded at the CBC in front of a live audience. The Broad Side goes to a different era in history in every episode. Four actors, Diane Flacks, Kathryn Greenwood, Erin McMurtry and Susan Coyne (with special guest Wendel Meldrum) play different characters in each episode to hilarious, historical and hysterical results.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Diane co-wrote, co-produced and starred in this Comedy Channel 13-episode series that went behind the scenes of a different world each week; from a Men's Group to The Film Festival to Real Estate Agents. It was written and produced by Diane, Jane Ford, and Katie Ford. The team did everything themselves from clacker girl, to food, costumes, locations and casting. Diane played 15 characters in 10 episodes; Jane and Katie also directed. Incredible actors graced the show with their brilliance for very little money!
Writer: comedy series Jonathan Crosses Canada with Jonathan Torrens, two JEST in TIME television comedy festivals for CBC, the Cynthia Dale Christmas special for CBC, the Geminis. Diane has developed shows for CTV, Global, and CBC, as well as collaborations with film directors Jeremy Podeswa and Laurie Lynd.
BEING ERICA and THE RON JAMES SHOW
Diane recently guest starred in episodes of these two popular CBC series. Diane has also appeared in numerous episodic series including the Royal Canadian Air Farce.