Name: Anthony Epp
Lives in: Burnaby, Canada
Television by Elizabeth Marston (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Actor Yesterday, Sü was an upwardly-mobile software manager. Today she's an out transsexual, unemployed and sleeping on her ex's couch at the unfashionable bottom of the rabbit hole that is the East Vancouver Queer Underground. Thrown into a world of marginal living, social inequity and quasi-legal employment, will she claw her way back to her old status? Or, to her horror, will she adapt and thrive? Written by Trembling Void
Television (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A makeshift family of five roommates struggling to carve their own path while living on Vancouver's eclectic, diverse and unpredictable Commercial Drive. The roommates unexpectedly welcome Chris to their East Van home, but his past finds his way to his new doorstep. His attempt for sobriety sparked by a shameful mistake leaves him unprepared for new connections and crumbling relationships.
Paranormal Solutions Inc.
Television by David Milchard Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Paranormal Solutions Inc. is expanding. Armed with their new slogan, "We believe in EVERYTHING!", six hapless but passionate, semi-successful ghost hunters attempt to grow their business and become real players in the supernatural game.
Television by Derek Moore (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A Vancouver based murder has just occurred and been discovered. At the beginning of each episode, not only is the victim(s) identified to the viewer, but also the killer(s). The disparate group of Vancouver Homicide detectives, with help from the Coroner's office, have to wade through the evidence which will lead them through the more often than not less than straightforward path to discovering the killer(s) and his/her/their motive. That motive often is not fully understood by the detectives until they catch the killer(s). One of those detectives, quick witted and acerbic tongued Angie Flynn, often has the competing priority of raising her son, Manny, as a single mother. Written by Huggo
Film (short) by Ryan Atimoyoo (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Peter Bishop will do anything to save his ailing ten-year-old daughter Mary -- even if it means sacrificing the lives of 'sinners' in a deluded attempt to bargain with God for his child's life. When Peter's mission of violence and misguided faith reaches a breaking point, Mary takes matters into her own hands... Written by Anonymous
Death Do Us Part
Film by Nicholas Humphries (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Kennedy Jamieson, a wealthy socialite, has waited her whole life to have the perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris, the young couple is just a week away from the big day but hasn't had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan's best man Chet books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a 'Jack and Jill' stag that they'll never forget. Out in the middle of nowhere, things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off one by one. What started out as a celebration quickly descends into a bloody nightmare. Friendships are ripped apart and accusations fly in this blood filled psychological horror with a whodunit twist. Written by Nine Worlds Entertainment
Television (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Cedar Cove is a quaint, picturesque town on an island in Puget Sound in Washington state. Its residents are old fashioned in their values, neighbors on the most part trying to help neighbors, and people not locking their doors in their trust of their neighbors. The moral center and compass of the town is Olivia Lockhart, the bicycle riding, scarf wearing municipal court judge who grew up in the town. Regardless of her being the focus for many in town, Olivia's life has not been issue-free, she long ago having gone through a divorce from her physician ex-husband, the dissolution of their marriage largely due to the accidental drowning death of their son, Jordan, when he was thirteen, that incident from which they as a couple could not recover. Also affected was Jordan's twin sister, Justine, now a young woman, who has been struggling to find her place in life ever since. Much like the town is being pulled in different directions, such as by cutthroat developer Warren Saget, Olivia is ... Written by Huggo
The Dark Corner
Television by James Thorpe (Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew The victim: rookie Vancouver police officer Steve Schoenfeld. The killer: hotel maid Dana Rosten. This case sits as a cold one for ten years until the gun used to kill Schoenfeld turns up in a current case. The reopening of the case is bittersweet for Staff Sergeant Boyd Bloom, who was Schoenfeld's partner at the time. Bloom was also shot by Schoenfeld's murderer during that incident, Bloom's resulting injury which has relegated him to a desk job within the force. Bloom assigns Detective Brian Lucas as the lead investigator, his first such assignment. Lucas and Bloom will have to wade through evidence in the current shooting, and in the ten year old case, the latter which includes re-interviewing past persons of interest based on new information. Bloom slowly comes to the realization that he didn't know much about his partner's personal life, beyond the fact that he was happily engaged at the time and looking forward to his imminent marriage. Bloom and Lucas will find that ... Written by Huggo
This Feels Nice
Film (short) by Michelle Ouellet (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Andrew is an unpublished novelist, living in Paris, who funds his writing endeavors by traveling the world doing freelance work for Film Festivals. While in Vancouver on a short-term assignment, he finds the unlikely love of his life in Dave, an indie musician, who is also passing through town. After a passion filled weekend, Andrew convinces Dave, on a whim, to relocate to Vancouver. However, by the time Dave returns something has inexplicably changed between the two men. Andrew must then decide what he is willing to risk for a man he hardly knows, but who he knows for certain, could be the love of his life. Written by Anonymous
Primeval: New World
Television by Judith Reeves-Stevens (Action, Adventure, Drama and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew A North American spin-off of the hit U.K. television series, PRIMEVAL: NEW WORLD follows a specialized team of animal experts and scientists that investigates the appearance of temporal anomalies and battles both prehistoric and futuristic creatures. Written by Andrea Allen
Film by Adam Bogoch (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director "Complexity" is about a young woman stuck in a place of complete uncertainty. When she meets Scott, a man who will turn her world upside down and make her question her decisions, things turn from bad to worse. "Complexity" is a coming-of-age dramedy that takes you on a roller coaster ride of family obligations, obstacles, manipulations, and the never ending journey to find true happiness. Written by Adam Bogoch
Film (short) by Robert Fullerton (Drama, Family and Fantasy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director We live everyday with criminals... everyone's a 'businessman'. What are you going to do... a single father, a simple Russian immigrant, a once was... when you witness a gang style killing?
Film (short) by Chad Costen (Comedy, Family and Horror) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Death touches a little girl's soul by granting her fondest wish on Christmas Eve.
Behind in the Count
Film (short) by Phillip Lefesi (Drama) Producer A minor league baseball trainer befriends a young promising ball player, in the hopes of them both making it to the big leagues.
Film by Michael Hamilton (Sport) Writer
The Other Resident
Film (short) by R. Montemayor (Horror) Producer
Film (short) by Jennifer K. Murphy (Drama) Editor Ana and Samuel McCloud are a young married couple living in a dystopian town where secrets have become a valuable means of currency. While her husband is idealistic and fiercely opposed to selling out his neighbors for money, Ana occasionally compromises her belief system to ensure the ultimate survival of her family. Driven by a sense of maternal protection, Ana comes to realize that by supporting a corrupt system, she is placing her family in a dangerous situation that far outweighs the uncertainty of being an outcast. Written by Jennifer Murphy