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Alex Vietinghoff

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Bio: 

Alex Vietinghoff is an award-winning freelance cinematographer and editor based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Alex has a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Journalism, as well as years of practical experience from working for local production companies, TV shows, and as an independent videographer.

Alexandre Allard

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

A village boy with city dreams, Alex hopes to realize not only his vision but those of other filmmakers.
Graduate of NBCCD Digital Media Class of 2019
Portfolio: https://alexandrejrallard.wixsite.com/film

Allan Saulis

Film Role(s): 
Place of Residence: 
Tobique Narrows
Bio: 

I am an Indigenous wolastoqew (person of the good river) or Maliseet who has had a long love affair with all aspects of film. I have been learning from NBFC for almost 3 years and have taken Fred/Moncton/SJ Workshops in Film making.

Andrew Long

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

WORK EXPERIENCE
2001-2007 Appraiser of military antiquities for The Collectors' Guild
2000-2001 Set builder for the Saint John Museum
EDUCATION
2011 Pyrotechnician certification
2010 Restricted firearms licence (owner of Civil War era black powder pistols and WWII military rifles)
1998 Bachelor of Arts, double major in Philosophy and History, UNB, Fredericton
1994 Certificat Elémentaire de Français Pratique, Alliance Française, Paris

Andy McNamara

Film Role(s): 
Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

Andy was born in 1972 in New Brunswick. He received his B.A with a major in psychology from UNB, an MSCE and certification in hypnotherapy.

Andy is a photographer, creative writer, web developer, project manager, event coordinator, hypnotist, and teacher/tutor. He has done still photography on multiple member productions over the years and recently behind-the-scenes videography as well.

Annick Blizzard

Film Role(s): 
Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

Annick Blizzard has been involved in the New Brunswick film community in one capacity or another since 2009, but is mostly an actress appearing in films such as Broke, Lady Eternal, In Search of Laura Fearn and Black and White and Dead All Over. Recently, she co-produced, and appeared in the short film Cabby.

Arianna Martinez

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

Arianna is a filmmaker and educator living in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has produced several short films that have screened across Canada. She is currently working as producer for Jillian Acreman’s feature film Queen of the Andes (Telefilm Talent to Watch Program) and has just wrapped her short film Maya Eterna (artsNB) this fall.

Aryelle Morrison

Place of Residence: 
Moncton, NB
Bio: 

Aryelle Morrison is normally a singer-songwriter writing pop/Broadway-style tunes in Moncton, but is thrilled to be stretching her acting muscles. New to film, she has participated in theatre over the years, including "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" (Roundhouse Productions, 2019), A Miracle on 34th Street (Saint John Theatre Company, 2016) and Little Shop of Horrors, directed by Michael McCardle.

Ashley Phinney

Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, NB
Bio: 

Ashley is a filmmaker with a passion for cinematography. She has a degree in Media Arts and Cultures (Film Production) from the University of New Brunswick, is an active Film Co-op member and has been volunteering and working in the provincial film community for the past few years. Ashley has been involved in outreach projects promoting film and education in the community including the 'Cyber Violence Research Project,' 'What’s Up Doc?’ and 'Young Citizens’ programs.

Britany Sparrow

Place of Residence: 
New Maryland
Bio: 

Britany Sparrow is originally from Vernon, British Columbia, and has been making films in New Brunswick since 2006. After graduating from UNB with a BA in English (Creative Writing) and a certificate in Film and Video Production, Britany joined the New Brunswick Filmmakers' Co-operative, and she directed her first short film, The Perfect Cliche, in 2007.

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