Written, Produced & Directed by Louisa Phung
A young woman comes to the end of her rope and takes matters into her own hands.
Production Stills by Dino Antoniou
Currently seen as Nora Allen on CW’s THE FLASH, Michelle has remained one of the more sought after actresses in Canada. After attending circle in the square theatre school in New York City, Michelle came to Canada and began her work in film, television and theatre. She has shared the screen with a list of talented actors including: Sir Ben Kingsley, Ben Affleck, Aaron Eckhart, Jennifer Aniston, Philip Seymour Hoffman & Carol Burnett. She has also appeared in more than 70 movies and TV shows in the US and Canada. Audiences may remember Michelle from hit shows such as: HOUSE, COLD CASE, NAVY NCIS, EMILY OWENS M.D., CONTINUUM, SUPERNATURAL, THE L WORD, STARGATE UNIVERS, EUREKA, & FRINGE. Popular movies include: PAYCHECK, DIARY OF A WIMPY KID, LOVE HAPPENS, GOOD LUCK CHUCK, THE INVISIBLE and 40 DAYS & NIGHTS. On her time off, Michelle fronts a band called Ginger 66 & spends time with her family on a little island in the Pacific Northwest.
Dino works regularly on both sides of the camera as an actor and producer. Recent Network credits include guest star roles on MOTIVE opposite C. Thomas Howell, HUMAN TARGET opposite Mark Valley, HE LOVES ME opposite Heather Locklear and ENDGAME opposite Torrance Coombs. Recent independent projects include a leading role (Rupert) in the webseries BETWEEN JUPITER AND MARS, the lead role (V) in the film NANO, a leading role (Jason) in A VERY FAIR DEAL as well as playing the lead role (Isaac) in SICK which won the Best Film Award at the GENRE III Film Festival in Paris. He is also playing the lead of Jacob in the forthcoming graphic novel BLOOD MERCHANT by legendary illustrator Rob Prior. Dino is also a highly trained and experienced stage actor in both contemporary and classical repertoire, with an MFA from the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University. He currently lives in Los Angeles but is back to Manhattan and Vancouver for work often.
Director of Photography: Grizz Salzl
Grizz is a man of many talents. Born Alan Salzl in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the youngest of six children, Grizz spent his formative years on a farm near Athabasca, Alberta, Canada. His career in film began with acting on feature films, television, in commercials, industrials, and in theatre. Coming from a small market it is common place to diversify and soon Grizz found himself working as a Grip, Electric, Stage Hand, Camera Assistant, Focus Puller, Camera Operator and most recently Steadicam Operator, all the while continuing to hone his craft as an actor. Grizz has performed extensively on stage in character roles and as an improviser and has played in a number of bands primarily as a bass player and singer. Grizz has also been blessed by working with some of the most talented Actors, Directors, and Cinematographers in the business. Grizz lives in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada with his wife Brooke Jewell, and has three children.
Editor: Ian MacLeod
Ian studied film at Carleton University and Vancouver Film School and has been working in film and video production for 15 years as a writer, director, and award winning and in-demand film editor. His concise and emotionally resonant storytelling has earned him two Canadian Cinema Editors award nominations and the projects he has worked on acclaim from around the world. Ian has collaborated on a number of films, web series, shorts, documentaries, music videos, and is also the co-founder of the irreverent tech and culture blog Spackler.
Composer : Marc Rogers
Quebec-born, Toronto-based bassist Marc Rogers is active in a wide variety of musical styles and projects. Known for both his electric and acoustic bass playing, he has performed and/or recorded with a diverse group of artists including Norah Jones, The Philosopher Kings, Kreesha Turner, Nikki Yanofsky, Fefe Dobson, Anjulie, Susan Tedeschi, Kate Schutt, Sunshine State, Joe Lovano, Mike Stern, Kenny Wheeler, Lewis Nash, Terri-Lynn Carrington, Kelly Jefferson, K’naan, Rahzel, Bowfire, Holly Cole, and many others. He has recorded and written music for film and TV including Journey to the Center of the Earth, Highlander, Zoe Busiek: Wild Card, the L Word, Lie With Me, and Saint Ralph, as well as ads for Samsung, Visa, Sears, and Advil. Marc endorses Yamaha basses and Acoustic Image amplifiers and is an occasional contributor to the bass column in Canadian Musician magazine. He currently maintains a busy touring and recording schedule.