Jo Weiss

Jo Weiss

AroSpace Productions
Actor, Screenwriter, Filmmaker and Voice Actor

Regina, Canada

Member Since:
September 2012
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About Jo

Screenwriter, Writer, Film Maker, Artist, And Martial Artist
I occasionally dabble in acting

Unique traits: 2dan black belt Taekwondo


  • Remnants of Dog

    Remnants of Dog Budget: $0 - $100K | Independent Drama Legendary hit-man Henry 'Big Dog' Douglas is considering a change of career but the local Russian mafia have their own plans for him.


  • Resurrection of Dog

    Resurrection of Dog (2020 - 2021)
    Film by Visual Dialect screenwriter

  • Resurrection of Dog

    Resurrection of Dog (2020 - 2021)
    Film by Visual Dialect screenwriter

  • Remnants of Dog

    Remnants of Dog (2019 - 2020)
    Film Writer, Script Supervisor and 1st AD

  • Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘Anxiety’ – Promo Video

    Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘Anxiety’ – Promo Video (2020)
    Commercial by Outpost Health Centre Writer

  • Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘Depression’

    Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘Depression’ (2020)
    Commercial by Outpost Health Centre Writer

  • Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘The Plan

    Bell Let’s Talk Day ‘The Plan (2020)
    Commercial by Outpost Health Centre Writer

  • Just a Girl

    Just a Girl (2018)
    Film (short) by AroSpace Productions (Fantasy) Writer and Filmmaker

  • Sinister

    Sinister (2018)
    Film (short) by Visual Dialect Productions Co-writer

  • You took the Train

    You took the Train (2014 - 2015)
    Film (short) Filmmaker, Writer and Voice Over Expanded Cinema & The Great Saskatchewan Timeline Project November 2014 – November 2015. This film was selected for a Premier Showing - Screening under the Steeple May 23 2017 – Saskatchewan Filmpool

  • Ocean beach Maryland

    Ocean beach Maryland (2009)
    Film (short) Filmaker

  • Crime Stories

    Crime Stories (2008)
    Television Actress Crime Stories chronicles some of the most intriguing crimes in history. This investigative series takes the viewers behind the scenes, revealing what occurred, introducing the people involved, unveiling techniques used in solving the crime, exposing the emotion experience by those affected, and the final resolution of the case. Police officers, family and friends of the victim, defense lawyer, and prosecutors. They all share their differing points of view regarding the crime and its consequences. Their firsthand accounts, coupled with dramatic re-enactments, news footage, clippings and photographs paint a comprehensive picture of the grim truth. While the media brings us the headlines, Crime Stories fills in the details with never before seen footage, personal accounts and shocking revelations previously unknown to the general public. Crime Stories deliver a stunning look from the other side of the police line and from behind he closed doors of those involved. Written by Anonymous

  • Family Blessings

    Family Blessings (1998)
    TV Movie (Drama and Romance) Location management Lee Reston is a widow whose police officer son Greg dies in a car accident. Greg's friend and fellow officer Chris Lallek tries to help the Reston family in Greg's absence. Soon, he and Lee grow close and fall in love. But Lee is fifteen years older than Chris, something that upsets most of her family, including her college-aged daughter. When Chris proposes marriage, Lee must decide whether to risk alienating her family in order to be with the man she loves. Written by Anonymous

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter (1997)
    TV Movie (Drama) Art department Add a Plot »

  • Incredible Story Studio

    Incredible Story Studio (1997)
    TV Series Art department

  • Lyddie

    Lyddie (1996)
    TV Movie (Drama, History, Romance and Western) Miscellaneous Crew Set in 1843, the film tells the story of Lyddie, an impoverished farm girl whose father has been gone for three long years, and whose mother has left her to fend for herself. Feeling that she is little more than a slave to the neighbors who have taken over the family farm, Lyddie decides to improve her lot by taking a job as a factory worker in a nearby town. Though the living conditions in the company boarding house are far from ideal and the working conditions in the mill are dangerous, Lyddie at least has a sense of freedom. She makes friends with a co-worker, Diana, who resents the working conditions and has an influence on Lyddie's way of thinking. The young girl also discovers the joys and importance of reading, and by the end of the film is ready to take an another adventurous step forward in her personal life.


  • Under the Steeple. - Saskatchewan Filmpool premier screening


  • Luther College

  • University of Regina - Film and Video

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