Co-Producer, Director, Writer
Joshua Young is a successful writer, placing consistently in the top 50 in some of Hollywood's top screenwriting contests out of thousands of screenwriters. His work in directing started with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and lead to being an Episodic Director for an animated series for Amazon, and
meeting his co-producer, Chuck McLearn where their first short, 'A Way To Go' received 40K in cash and in-kind services and its premiere was at the FIN Festival Red Carpet Gala Showcase in their home city of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Chuck McLearn started producing in Halifax, Nova Scotia and has since continued his work in Toronto. In that time he has worked on countless independent documentaries, fictional films, and after reuniting with his friend and former mentor, Joshua Young, is involved in the development of several larger web-series, and is in the
pitching stages for several higher budget projects.
Fiona Warde began her work in theatre as a Stage Manager. She quickly fell in love with film and has teamed up with Joshua and Chuck on numerous projects while they have joined her, assisting in her own productions. As a third year medical student, she's also be
integral to the accuracy and authenticity to the medical elements of this story.
Miranda Millar was born to actor/writer parents in Hamilton, Ontario and began acting at age three. She made the move into TV and movies with roles in Covert Affairs, Murdoch Mysteries, Reign, and New Eden, to name a few. Wanting more involvement in bringing stories to the big and small screens, Miranda has been working hard to expand her skillset to learn the world of producing. She hopes to one day have her own company to be able to share the stories she is passionate about.
Director of Photography / Associate Producer
Christina Ienna is a Toronto based filmmaker and cinematographer with extensive experience in documentary, narrative and commercial production. She is an Associate Member of the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and a part of the International Collective of Female Cinematographers. Christina graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Film and Communication Studies from the University of Windsor and has over a decade of industry experience. Her vigorous devotion towards her craft makes Christina a versatile and collaborative ally to any production.
Nigel Dahl, a graduate of Confederation College with a diploma in Television Production, quickly excelled in composition, creating bumper music for local newscasts, scoring indie commercials and numerous short films.