Byron A. Martin

Byron A. Martin

Byron A. Martin Productions Inc.
Producer

Toronto, Canada

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February 2012
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About Byron

30+ years of film/TV production filming in over 12 countries.

Credits

  • Cleverly Disguised

    Cleverly Disguised (2017)
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  • Morning After

    Morning After (2017)
    Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Producer We're in a hip apartment in Montreal, on a hot summer night. A group of friends gather around a table, and play a sensual game involving chocolate and French kissing. We learn that Edward and Michael are long time friends, but Michael has a chip on his shoulder. When it's Michael's turn to sample the chocolate game, his girlfriend Teegan dares Alex, Edward's lover, to kiss Michael. Michael realizes that his sexual uncertainty may now be more than just a passing phase. As the night goes on, after many drinks and some weed, laughter, bonding, and dancing, the dawn slowly approaches, and Michael and Edward reminisce on their lives. Michael reveals what's troubling him, and confesses he felt something when Alex kissed him. Unbeknownst to them, Alex heard their conversation, and enables a threesome, that ends up with the whole gang together. What will the morning after hold? Written by Kristian Hodko

  • Backstage

    Backstage (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Producer Backstage chronicles the integrated dance company Full Radius Dance as they prepare for a performance at a local theater in Atlanta, Georgia. Full Radius Dance is a professional dance company comprised of disabled and able-bodied dancers. By documenting the spaces behind the curtain, Backstage explores the collaboration and bodily negotiation behind the aesthetics of dance performance.

  • Tomorrow's Power

    Tomorrow's Power (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Producer TOMORROW'S POWER takes you to the war- torn, oil- rich Arauca province in Colombia where communities have been building a peace process from the bottom up; the film brings viewers to Germany where activists are pushing the country to fully leave behind the extraction of fossil fuels and complete its transition to renewable energy; and in Gaza where the problem of daily energy blackouts, borne out of the 10- year siege, is being tackled by health practitioners through solar power in order to provide adequate care in the hospitals. Written by Amy Miller

Awards

  • Best Independent Film Producer Canada
    (2016)

Education

  • Ryerson University
    (1986-1989)

  • Northern Alberrta Insititute of Technology
    (1982-1985)

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