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Gretchen Kelbaugh

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

Gretchen Kelbaugh has produced and directed short dramas, one feature documentary about women and politics (Menocracy) and Saint John’s first all-SJ feature, Margaret & Deirdre. These have screened around the world.

As well, she has written and produced several educational videos, distributed across Canada.. Her strength and heart, however, lie in screenwriting.

Kaitlyn Adair

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

Kaitlyn is a talented actress and writer currently living in Fredericton, NB. She attended Vancouver Film School in 2011-2012 and hasn't stopped working in film since. Her passion lies in creating dynamic characters for Film, Television and Theatre but has also performed in national/international Commercials. She is currently expanding her love of creating film to directing and producing.

Colin A. Smart

Place of Residence: 
Mount Hope NB
Bio: 

Is a producer, writer, director, actor, production manager, 1st assistant director, 3rd assistant director, unit production manager, acting coach, film and video mentor.

He hails from Mount Hope NB.

Has made two of my own films and has worked on several others including the feature film " They Didn't Make It".

Gretchen Kelbaugh

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

Gretchen Kelbaugh twice won the Atlantic Film Festival – CBC Script Development award. One of these, 106 Fire Hydrants, was produced for national CBC-TV in 1999.

Tim Rayne

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

Tim Rayne joined the NB Film Co-op in 1998 and has worked on independent and commercial film productions and learned theoretical film concepts in graduate classes in film studies at Carleton University.

Tim directs and writes his own films including Song Bird (NB Joy Award) Hopewell (Short Venture Grant), Natural Remedy with co-director and co-writer Tony Merzetti, and Soup Du Jour.

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 Cliché, in 2007.

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