Born and raised in Toronto, Ryan is a self-made Director, Photographer and Producer, creating and running his own company, Indigo7Productions Inc. Having seen the world through his own lens, Ryan truly believes that experiences are one's most valuable commodities. Through his work in film and print, Ryan explores all aspects of the flourishing city of Toronto, as well as worldwide. Bringing a new perspective to his work, he has quickly become well recognized within the industry. Indigo7Productions hopes to show the world a new take on art through Ryan's lens.
Ryan J. Sheridan
Francesco Giannini always had his heart set on storytelling. His debut short film, The Race of Life, was chosen to play at the Cannes Short Corner in 2012. His follow-up, The Prince, based on the Italian fable, was officially selected to play in the Milano International Film Festival and was a runner up in the ACTRA Shorts category. In between producing, Giannini works with a variety of production companies shooting commercial projects. In 2013 ,he started his own production company, Franky Films, to pursue his creative endeavours.
With a natural love for writing and film, it is no surprise Alex Bains enthusiastically joined Indigo7Productions Inc. when invited by his longtime friend Ryan Sheridan. Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Alex hopes to create meaningful and cinematic films while perfecting his writing abilities.
Nicole Segal is a creative filmmaker with a production background in film, television, and web content. Along with her work on the feature films Quantum Entanglements, Mobile Homes, Goliath, and Mary Goes Round, she has several short films under her belt. Nicole is currently in development on a number of projects, including the upcoming feature film Marjorie.
Director of Photography
Graduated from Ryerson University's Radio & Television Program, Issa is out in the real world ready to conquer it, one film at a time. With the itch for creativity and risk taking, Issa always pushes himself to explore new techniques and effects. Issa's on-set roles range from Director of Photography, 1st & 2nd Assistant Camera, Camera Operator, Gaffer and Grip.
Maria Bokhari - Director of Photography
Kyle Overholt - 1st Assistant Camera
Carly Brenner - Underwater Camera Operator
Benjamin Barton - Location Sound Recordist
Allison Caunter - Set Photographer
Hair and Makeup Department
Meghan Victoria - Key Hair and Makeup
Daniela Donayre - Makeup Assistant
Julia Karmasin - Makeup Assistant
Grip & Electrical Department
Dakota Mazzuca - Gaffer
Sabrina Spilotro - Gaffer
Philip Kim - Key Grip
Jordan Héguy - Key Grip
Andrea Hernandez - Key Grip
Matthew Knarr - Best Boy
Emily Gilhooley - Best Girl
Lex De Souza - Swing
Asmaa Er-Rouhi - Swing
Celise LaGrange - Swing
Lydia Riddell - Swing
Post Production Department
Stephane Allard - Editor and Colourist
Anton Makdah - Sound Design
Zach Brisebois - Composer
Benjamin Irwin - Producer
Tamara Dupuis - Producer
Nikki Filippelli - Script Supervisor
Amy Force - Script Supervisor
Cassondra Lowe - Production Assistant/Driver
Ruqaiyah Baksh - Production Assistant
Victoria Bignell - Wardrobe Stylist
Alexandria Regis - Wardrobe Assistant
Yan Regis - Set Medic
Financing Arranged and Underwritten By Sheridan Brothers L.P
Born and raised in Toronto, Michelle began her career at the Tarragon Theatre with the Spring Training Project. Through the Tarragon, she got the opportunity to work with Jordan Tannahill on one of his plays. Following that, she got accepted into the Acting Conservatory at York University where she has been training for the past four years. While training at York, she has simultaneously been focusing on the screen, training at Armstrong Acting Studios and ProActors Lab. She has acted in numerous independent films/TV shows including Exorcism of the Dead, Goldfish, Bloom, and Motives and Murders among others. Upon graduation from York this spring, she will be relocating to Vancouver and spending some time in LA to train with Margie Haber.
as Rose Chambers
With credits in over 100 stage, film, television and commercial productions, Lawrene's feature films include Black Fawn's Bite and Darryl Callcott's Liminality. Television and web credits include A Desert Between Us and Them (TVO), a handful of docu-dramas (Investigation Discovery/Slice), and two seasons each of Time Baristas and The Spell Tutor. Upcoming releases include Helix Reel feature The Duchess of Cancun, Boom Boom's Crimson Sands, and short film The Shelter with Los Angeles director Jason Mac.
Lawrene has won Western Ontario Drama League and Miami Web Fest Best Actress awards, and was nominated for Best Actress this year at the Vancouver Web Fest.
Drew Doyle was attending University in his home province of Alberta where he took his first ever drama class. It was there he first developed an interest in acting which drove him to Toronto to become part of the film scene, and leave behind his past studies. Since his arrival two years ago he has appeared in many film, web-series, and commercial productions. He can be recently seen in “This Is Not America” and “The Red Spot”. Drew was also the lead in the feature film “Twilight Ride” which will be premiering fall 2017.
Briar first found her love for acting when she was enrolled in musical theatre at Theatre Aquarius at 7 years old. She left the theatre on a whim to pursue a career in marine biology and shark conservation, only to find herself once again back in the game but this time for film and television. Briar can be seen in the feature film Twilight Ride, premiering fall 2017.
Supporting and Background Cast
Doneil Oliphant as Zack
Craig Campbell as Mr. Oslow
Maya Lippert as Brianna
Tynan Phelan as Shaun
Reece Presley as John
Brianna Love as Martha
Angela Kaiser as Young Rose
Dave Heinonen as Rupert
Meghan Victoria as Celeste
Nick Trevisan as Bathroom Partygoer
Lisa Kovack, originally from Brantford Ontario was fortunate enough to be
theatrically baptized and inspired in her teens by being a member Total Theatre,
an innovative rep company.
Having lived and travelled in many different countries theatre still remains
important to her. Lisa is also very active in the Canadian Indie film world, often playing various Mother roles (not all of them nice). She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in 2016 at the Nice International Film Festival and recently was awarded Best Supporting Actress award at the Best Actors Film Festival in San Francisco. She is very pleased excited to be a part of the cast of Marjorie and to work with Indigo7Productions for the first time. You may also recognize Lisa from various TV commercials and she certainly hopes to soldier on acting into her Betty White years.
as Heather's Mom
Craig Campbell - Production Designer