I am a film producer and cinematographer who came into the film and entertainment industry after a career in the telecommunications industry as an engineer and product development leader.
Film (short) by Hana Al-Kinani (Horror) Cinematographer
Young, British and Snotty
Film (short) by Ross Munro (Music) Cinematographer Never mind The Sex Pistols or Clash- here's a music video by the real bad boys of Britain's punk scene: The Snotty Punks. Featuring their recently knighted lead singer Sir Johnny Snotnose accompanied here by his controversial girlfriend/groupie Nancy Noxious whose self-destructive love of needles succeeded in causing the band to break up on the eve of their first American tour. Written by Ross Munro
Film (short) by Stephen Sawchuk (Horror) Producer
Film (short) by Robert David Duncan (Comedy) Cinematographer A reversal parody between a stay-at-home mom and her female filmmaker friend.
A Legacy of Whining
Film by Ross Munro (Comedy) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department, Producer The ghosts of both past and present collide as two former high school friends reunite after thirty years and embark on a darkly humorous nocturnal fever dream of a journey where old emotions and resentments bubble to the surface once again. Written by Ross Munro
Film (short) by Ross Munro (Documentary, History and News) Cinematographer, Producer A documentary about the rapidly-disappearing era of heritage movie palaces and the film going experience once offered within those hallowed walls.
Film (short) by Mandip Sandhu (Action and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department With the help of undercover informant Aaliyah Fayed, Special Agent Max Miller and the FBI race the clock to stop a Domestic Islamic Terrorist Cell from detonating a biological weapon on American soil.
What If He Was Already Like That...?
Film (short) by Emily Chan (Action, Comedy and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Wouldn't you rather be married to a zombie?
Maaya Getting Born
Film (short) by Anand Raghavan (Drama and Family) Cinematographer Raj and Sarah are expecting their first child, a baby girl when Raj's parents show up. Raj's mom immediately enforces an old tradition which demands that the first born be a son. Forced to abort her baby girl, Sarah has to face her own childhood and choose between the family she never had and the baby girl. Written by Anonymous
Vancouver Film School