Late – Filmmakers


Sarah Deakins (Screenwriter / “She”):

Sarah is an actor and screenwriter, and a graduate of the University of Victoria theatre program. She has extensive stage and screen credits, including a leading role in Anne Wheeler’s Lifetime Network movie, Mom, Dad, Me, and Her. On television her guest star roles include Battlestar Galactica, Fear Itself, Stargate, and DaVinci’s Inquest, and leading roles in TV movies and feature films, including Hollowman 2 and Sandlot 3: Coming Home. Selected stage credits include The Invalids, Of Diners and Buses (which she also wrote), When I Was a Girl I Used to Scream and Shout, The Gut Girls, Othello, and Tartuffe.


Ben Cotton (“He”):

Ben was recently tapped to star in the Battlestar Galactic TV Movie “Blood & Chrome.” Other TV credits include “Harper’s Island”, “Stargage: Atlantis,” and “Whistler”. Ben’s film credits include Sunflower Hour, A Gun to the Head, Edison & Leo, Mother’s & Daughter, The Cabin Movie and A Simple Curve. Named one of the five actors to watch in Canada by Star TV, Cotton was trained in theatre at The America Musica and Dramatic Academy in New York.


Lucia Frangione (“Friend”):

Lucia recently starred as “Estelle” in No Exit: a live film event with ACT San Fran./Electric Co Virtual Stage. Other credits include: “Myrtle” in Brief Encounter with Vancouver Playhouse/MTC, “Pam” in The Full Monty with Persephone, “PG” in NiX with ATP, “Diana” in Via Beatrice with Fuge, “Leyla” in Paradise Garden with The Arts Club and “Claire” in The Family Way with Touchstone. Her short film, Pop Switch, directed by Jason R. Goode, has screened at film festivals internationally.



Chris Dalton (Director of Photography):

Chris’ previous DOP credit includes the Crazy 8s short film, Tunnel. Chris is a technician at Clairmont Camera.


Greg Ng (Editor):

Greg Ng is an editing ninja from Vancouver, B.C. He is an alumnus of the UBC Film Program and the Canadian Film Centre. He has cut an astonishing number of short films, a whack of commercials and music videos, and seven feature films. Most recently, Greg finished working with director Aaron Houston on the mockumentary feature, Sunflower Hour, which won the Independent Camera Award at KVIFF ’11.




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