Focused on screen arts, have appeared in feature films, shorts and TV/webisodes.
Name: Deborah Sawyer
Company: Beestone Productions, a division of 575864 Ont.Ltd.
Occupation: Actor, Author, Director and Screenwriter
Unique traits: Can legally work in US, Canada and UK/Europe. Speak several languages.
Transmission: Vol. I
Film (Mystery and Sci-Fi) Actress On the eve of concluding a multinational wireless energy pilot program, renowned inventor and known recluse, Robert Welles, spontaneously combusts in a hallway outside his long-term residence at a luxury downtown hotel. A private detective is hired by his eldest granddaughter and head of his estate to investigate the situation, all the while the world searches for a the first jet airliner go to missing in over ten years. Written by Famous Motion Pictures
Film (Short and History) Actress When an 1800s land dispute left Jim Donnelly and his family at odds with the community of Biddulph County, a bloody feud unfolded as told in this Canadian western based on true events.
Broke and Famous
Television by OurHouseMedia/Tim Wolochatiuk (Drama) Candy Spelling Episode about the financial misfortunes of Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott.
Television (Comedy and Drama) Actress Mangoes TV Series is an invigorating tale of millennials from diverse backgrounds. Each slice of Mangoes is sweet and tangy, whether its Sami the job seeker, Asha the bold and beautiful or Rakay with an identity crises.
Film (short) by Watchtower Pictures/Marco Sablich Agnes' Mom A young woman is dying mysteriously, while her husband and mother watch helplessly. (Based on a short story by Horacio Quiroga.)
The Lottery of Life
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actress David Cole is a twenty-something man trying to make ends meet. His wannabe actor roommate Steve isn't making things any easier for him. But when a nasty string of bad luck turns his life upside down, only then can he realize that he may not be as unlucky as he thinks. Written by Anonymous
Friends Don't Let Friends Date Friends
Film (Comedy and Romance) Actress Della Regal (Amelia Favata) avoids emotional entanglements as she deals with her job at the park program and her turbulent home-life with a huge dose of sarcasm. When her best friends meet, fun-loving, flashy Gwen Stanley (Erin Stamp) falls hard and fast for the passionate,impetuous Kyle Montgomery (Adam S. Dixson). The introduction of beautiful yet insecure Allison, (Casey Litzenberger) creates a love triangle which becomes a square with the addition of Della's eccentric new friend Jeff (Eric Witkowski). Della is caught in the middle as her friends fall in and out of love and is forced to come to terms with her own feelings for the men in her life. Written by Rhonda Parker
Give & Take
Film (Comedy) Actress Ellie is an idealistic, young actress living in NYC. She's a very giving person, so when her husband, Mitchell, gets a job offer back home in Buffalo, Ellie reluctantly agrees to the move. Mitchell loves Buffalo, so Ellie looks for happiness there, too. She joins a little theatre company and, unwittingly, winds up emotionally involved with the director, James. Ellie just keeps on giving and others keep on taking! James casts Ellie in a theme park show and tells her it will be lots of fun, and she'll get to do it eight times a day! He neglects to mention the grueling physical challenges involved. The show finally puts Ellie over the edge and, at last, she learns to take care of herself. She returns to Mitchell, but on her own terms this time. Written by Anonymous
Film (Drama) Actress Derek is 34 and lives in his parents' basement. Single, self-interested and gauche, he divides his time between casual work for his uncle, cringe inducing encounters with women and an animation project.