Hank White is a film industry veteran with over forty years experience as an Actor, Producer, Writer, Production Manager and Director. Hank is member of Nova Scotia Native Council Zone 12, of Woodlands-Cree ancestry. Started acting at age 10 Pond Playhouse Halifax, Neptune Theatre, Pier1 theatre, Seaweed Theatre and Dream Productions. He started Hank White Productions in 1979 and was the first Casting Director in Nova Scotia 1982, He was a founding member of Film Nova Scotia the precursor to The Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation.
He is President of Stone Cold Productions Ltd. and Producer on:
FEATURE FILMS: FILMOGRAPHY
Man Who Came form Nothing- Producer - SCP/From Nothing Studios inc
Jeffery’s Turn - Producer and Mentor to Glen Gould-Stone Cold Prod Ltd (development)
8:37 - Producer Co Writer - Stone Cold Prod Ltd (development)
The Guardian - Producer - Stone Cold Prod Ltd (development)
Endgame (Miller’s Reckoning) - Producer -Stone Cold Prod Ltd (development)
Reservation 4 Three - Executive Producer - Stone Cold Productions (LA)
The Final Hour - Producer - Final Hour Studios Inc.(teaser done)
Curtains - Executive Producer - Stone Cold Productions Ltd. WISP - Executive Producer - Dream Front Ent./Stone Cold Prod.
Charlie Zone - Producer - Redemption Pictures inc.
Katrina’s New Beau - Producer - Stone Cold Prod. Ltd
Fractured - Producer - Stone Cold Productions
Rat(Short UK Student film) - Producer - Hank White Prod/ London Film School Gyno - Producer - Hank White Productions
The Decision(Short) - Producer - Stone Cold Prod.
The Other Game - Producer - Halifax Films and Hank White Prod.
Cab Driver - Producer/ Actor - Hank White Prod.
Intersection (Short) - Producer - Blue Collar/Hank White Prod
The Work Place - Production Manager - Communications Nova Scotia
Foster Parent PSA - Production Manager - Communications Nova Scotia
Sammy Snowplow - Production Manager - Communications Nova Scotia
Katrina’s New Beau - Casting -Stone Cold Prod. Ltd
Fractured - Casting -Stone Cold Productions
Rat(Short UK Student film) - Casting -Hank White Prod.
George’s Island - Extra Casting -Salter Street Films
The Little Kidnappers -Extra Casting -Jones Productions
Name: Hank White
Lives in: Halifax, Canada
Company: Stone Cold Productions Ltd
Occupation: Actor, Casting Director, Filmmaker, Location Scout, Producer, Voice Actor and Voice Artist
Unique traits: CARTOON VOICE OVER, GAME VOICE OVER, ACCENTS.
Reservations for Three?
Film (short) by Steven Bennett (Comedy, Drama, Family and Romance) Producer Two people, One menu, lots of reservations!
Sailor Moon the Movie: Pretty Soldier
Video by David Paritsky (Animation, Action, Adventure and Fantasy) Producer When the forces of the Dark Kingdom threaten to destroy the peace, four guardian warriors will awaken.
Film by Benjamin Stevens (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Producer, Actor What begins as a school project has dire consequences. Four college students venture deep into the woods as they pursue the legend of Will-O-Wisps, ghostly lights that lead unwary travelers to their doom. When contact with the outside world is severed, tensions rise, putting a major strain on the social fabric of the team. Unable to eat and unable to sleep out of fear of an unknown biological threat, they realize they must band together if they are to have any chance of survival. WISP is a cautionary tale, a reminder that some legends are better left in the past. These young students pay the ultimate price for uncovering the long-kept secret of these mysterious lights. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Sarah Gignac (Drama) Producer Curtains is the story of four old friends and former circus performers: Mae, Charlotte, Patty, and Delores. Their friendship has seen them through their careers, retirement, illnesses and the loss of their partners. Now in their later years, they get together for the 'funeral' of their dear friend Bernice. The event is marked with flowers, poker, beer, old stories, and a lot of laughter and love. Written by Anonymous
Film by Michael Ray Fox (Drama and Romance) Actor A socially introverted game designer named William Borchert has barely left his house in years. Once reunited with Olivia, the girl he had loved since high school, he fights to live with his condition of undiagnosed Autism and to form a hopeful future. Written by Anonymous
Call Me Fitz
Television by Sheri Elwood (Comedy) Actor A morally bankrupt car salesman is forced to become business partners with his inner conscience, an off-beat do gooder intent on healing Fitz's mangled psyche, one hilarious disaster at a time.
The Wedding Video
Film by Nigel Cole (Comedy) Actor, Self Clumsy Raif Moyle returns to Cheshire for the wedding of his elder brother Tim to Saskia, their old school-friend, who was something of a wild child in the past. To the mild consternation of Saskia's socially-conscious mother Alex Raif proposes that, in addition to his duties as best man, he will make a video of events leading up to, and including, the wedding. This means he spends a lot of time with Saskia and begins to realize that, beneath the surface, the happy event may turn out to be less than happy for all concerned. Fortunately a wedding does eventually take place with surprises all round, the biggest one coming from Alex. Written by don @ minifie-1
Titanic: The Aftermath
TV Movie by Marion Milne (History) Actor Explores what happened after the Titanic sank: the lives the disaster affected and the changes it brought to sea travel.
Film by Michael Melski (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Producer Avery Paul, a disgraced boxer and ex-convict, is hired to abduct a runaway from a notorious drug house and return her safely to her family. But nothing goes as planned and nothing is what it seems.
Katrina's New Beau
Film (short) by Michael Ray Fox (Comedy and Horror) Producer, Production manager After breaking up with her vampire boyfriend, Katrina introduces her new love interest to her parents... a walking corpse named Alistair.
Film (short) by Darryl Leblanc (Comedy and Romance) Producer Lee is desperately looking for 'Mr. Right' and, when on the way to an appointment at the gynecologist's office she has a 'meeting of chance', she thinks she finally may have found him. But can you really find love in the stirrups?
Film (short) by Joseph LeClair (Drama) Producer, Casting director
Film (short) by Joseph LeClair Producer, Actor, Production manager
Television (Comedy) Casting department In this series, the teen hosts of this show explore consumer issues concerning teens in the form of product tests, answering viewer consumer questions, showcasing teen entrepreneurs and environmental initiatives, examining advertising claims and identifying rip offs. Interspersed in each episode are comedy sketches that help illustrate consumer issues whether it be countering the schemes of the unscrupulous Buyco exec, Ken Pompadour or the misadventures of the hosts themselves. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <email@example.com>
The Cab Driver
Film (short) by Joseph LeClair (Comedy) Producer, Actor, Casting director, Editor
Film by Jay Dahl (Comedy) Actor Jay Dahl's energetic short comedy chronicles the trials of a one-eyed teenager engaged in an epic athletic contest with a two-eyed rival.
Finding John Christmas
TV Movie by Andy Wolk (Drama, Family and Fantasy) Actor Divorced nurse Kathleen McAllister becomes depressed as her ER is about to be closed by budget cuts. Delightfully surprised to spot a newspaper picture of her brother hank, who left town 25 years ago, she approaches the photographer, who can't help her as it was a mer coincidence, but the editor smells a gimmick and posts a fat reward for whoever finds the man whom the public dubs 'John Christmas'. Written by KGF Vissers
Film (short) by Jay Dahl (Comedy and Sport) Actor Fast-paced clips over documentary interviews with Mike and Cameron, two sport fanatics who have tried and mastered it all. Feeling bored and unchallenged, they are looking for the next big thing in extreme sports, Backjumping.
Television by Ron James (Adventure, Comedy and History) Actor
Television by Paul Donovan (Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Comedy) Actor A group of desperate fugitives from an interplanetary tyranny find themselves in control of a massively powerful starship.
TV Movie by Karen Arthur (Drama) Actor Mostly on account of a pride struggle, Mike Dunmore has lived his whole life keeping a secret which he believed would only cause shame if it came to light. Personal relationships with his son Patrick have been strained as a result. The only ones who ever knew anything about it were his deceased wife and his best friend, Thurgood who he works with, who both agreed to help keep it covered up for him as long as they could. However, when his treasured grandson begins experiencing the same problems, Mike realizes that he can't hide his secret any longer, or if he tried to, it would be most difficult. Even more so when he is endorsed and volunteers to run as a candidate for local election. Written by Anonymous
The Little Kidnappers
TV Movie by Donald Shebib (Crime and Drama) Casting department Loosely based on a '50's movie of the same name, it tells the story of two young orphan boys who travel by themselves from the Old country to join their father's family in Canada. There they encounter their stern disciplinarian grandfather who has alienated himself from some of his neighbors. There is particularly no love lost between the grandfather and his Dutch neighbors, who he generalizes as being responsible for his son's death in the Boor War. A side product of this animosity is that it is keeping apart the boy's aunt and her Dutch doctor suitor. The two boys change everything though when they find a young baby on the beach... Written by CD
Film by Paul Donovan (Adventure, Drama and Family) Casting department This is a tale about two children who are put in a foster home, and then on Halloween they breakout and are rescued by their eccentric grandfather who is in a Halloween costume of an eyeball. They then go to Georges island to try and find the treasure of Captain Kidd. Written by Andrew Hazeden <Dover99@mailexcite.com>
AIFF Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematographer and Best best Actor; ImagiNative Film Festival, Best Feature; Dreamspeakers Film Festival Best Feature, Best Actor for Charlie Zone