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Bridget Alanna Bezanson

Place of Residence: 
Dieppe
Bio: 

Bridget is a full member of ACTRA and Canadian Actors' Equity. Originally from Halifax, she has appeared in regional theatre in Atlantic Canada and Ontario, and worked as a voice actor for CBC TV, CBC Radio, and various radio commercials. Other credits include appearances on The Comedy Network, History Television, and the Australian Broadcasting Company.

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.

Bronwen Mosher

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

Bronwen Mosher is a writer/director/actress based in Fredericton, NB. She is also a singer/songwriter and crew person on indie and commercial film projects.

Bunthivy Nou

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

Bunthivy is an award-winning filmmaker and actor. Owner of Yellowwood Pictures, her short films A Lion’s Tale won Best Short NB Drama (2008 Silver Wave Film Festival) and Super Geek Math Boy! won Best Short NB Comedy (2010 Silver Wave Film Festival).

Cat LeBlanc

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Place of Residence: 
Fredericton
Bio: 

Cat was born in Miramichi in the village of Nelson.

She received her English Degree and Gerontology certificate at St. Thomas University. Cathie is primarily a music composer/songwriter now.

Cat was awarded the CBC Pioneer Award at the Atlantic Film Festival in 2010 and was one of four women from Atlantic Canada presented with the 2011 WAVE Awards for film, TV and new media, honouring women in the industry for their accomplishments, vision, leadership and dedication.

Chris Giles

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Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, NB
Bio: 

Chris Giles is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer and musician. Chris's films include Illusions of a Thirsty Mind,
Cliffe Street, Birth of a Nicola and Venus in Flames.

Clem McIntosh

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Place of Residence: 
Glassville, NB
Bio: 

Clem McIntosh has been an award winning Director, Writer, Producer and Director of Photography working in NYC for over 15 years, working in many areas of interest, including; narrative, documentary and commercial, primarily under the umbrella of Time Magazine and their many brands including Entertainment Weekly, People, In Style, Sports Illustrated and more. He has also shot content for many of the major networks including Netflix, AMC, Sundance and NBC Universal.

Colin A. Smart

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Place of Residence: 
Mount Hope NB
Bio: 

Bio: Colin A. Smart hails from the community of Mount Hope just outside Fredericton NB.

He is an Executive Producer, Producer, Writer, Director, Production Manager, Unit Production Manager, Third Assistant Director, Actor, Casting Director, Acting Coach and Film Mentor with well over eighteen years in the New Brunswick independent film and video production industry.

Corena Walby

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Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, NB
Bio: 

Corena Walby was born in Moncton but relocated to Fredericton in 2003 to be with her husband’s children. She has a Biology/Geology degree from Mount Allison University and currently works as a Business Manager for Brunswick News. Corena joined the Film Co-op in 2004 and has worked on more than 20 film and video projects since then in the capacity of first assistant director, script supervisor, and production manager, as well as art director.  

Corrina Merasty-Gallant

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Place of Residence: 
Fredericton, NB
Bio: 

Corrina Merasty-Gallant – Wapisiw (White Swan) is a proud Cree, Dene, Mi’kmaq and Metis First Nation woman belonging to the Mathias Colomb Cree First Nation of Pukatawagan, Manitoba. She grew up in Leaf Rapids, MB and moved to New Brunswick in 1989 when she was 10 years old. She discovered her talent as an artist in junior high, which fueled her desire to have a future in the arts.

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