Jesse Savath is known for his work on Grace (2014), The Future Perfect (2014) and Roar (2014).
Hollow in the Land
Film by Scooter Corkle (Drama) Producer A young pulp mill employee Alison Miller is raising her young brother Braydon in the shadow of the family scandal that has blighted their lives and landed their father in prison. But when Braydon is sought for a murder he may not have committed, Alison launches her own investigation to find her missing brother and unearth the truth; only to find herself on the lam from the law and in increasing danger with every twist and turn of the case.
The People Garden
Film by Nadia Litz (Drama and Mystery) Miscellaneous Crew Sweetpea searches for her missing rock star boyfriend Jamie in a forest in Japan.
Film (short) by Dylan Rekert (Drama and Sci-Fi) Producer ROAR is a film about generational bonds and disconnects, exploring the commitments of two brothers divided by pride, brought together to fulfill their Grandfather's final wishes. In doing so they question each others motives as they struggle to come to terms with what has been asked of them. Roar is about people with extraordinary powers; powers they spend their lives battling to control, and which ultimately consume them. Written by Anonymous
The Future Perfect
Film (short) by Nick Citton (Drama, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Producer THE FUTURE PERFECT A time travel movie that take place in the space between then and now. One man is hired to do a job that makes him question every impulse in his body, until he sees a future he cannot unlearn. A sparse, minimalist sci-fi story about the endless nature of grief, starring Zachary Quinto (Star Trek; Margin Call), Robert Baker (Mad Men;Texas Rising), and featuring music by Son Lux (Looper; The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby). Dir. Nick Citton.
Film by Jeff Chan (Horror and Thriller) Producer As Grace heads off to college and experiences a lifestyle far different than the one she had brought up under her grandmother's strict hand, she begins a traumatic downward spiral that threatens her sanity. The more she explores the true nature of her nightmares and black outs, the more it becomes clear that an outside, supernatural force is responsible. Written by Jiilo_Kim
Film (short) by Jeff Petry (Fantasy) Producer A young boy, Thomas, visits his grandparent's home for the first time since his grandfather's passing. Confronted by a new silence and stillness, he wanders the house looking at reminders of his grandfather's life and influence. Thomas goes to the basement where the Grandfather's workshop sits undisturbed since his death. At the workshop table Thomas finds a model ship left in the final stages of completion. Here he sits with the memories of his grandfather building models and telling stories, recalling only glimpses and fragments of the old man. Thomas' dream state is gently interrupted by his Grandmother, Rosa as she comes to check in on him. He shares with Rosa that the house feels different and asks her why she keeps everything of the Grandfather's. She sighs stating only that she likes the echo of his presence. Thomas goes to bed in a room that seems very familiar to him. Soon after he falls asleep, a strange sound begins to grow louder, until eventually the sound of bending and ... Written by Jeff Petry
All in with Laila Ali
Television (News and Sport) Producer Laila Ali scours the globe to track down the world's most compelling stories, profiling inspirational people, showcasing groundbreaking achievements and extraordinary stories. Exploring the world of sports, culture, travel and adventure, All In with Laila Ali steps off the beaten track into uncharted territory inspiring audiences to go all in on their dreams. Written by CBS
Bullit: The Documentary
Television by Gabor Harrach (Documentary) Producer, Sound department Character driven half-hour films told through a spectacular blend of visual storytelling, in-the-moment interview and voice over narration. With an emphasis on high production value and diverse subject matter, the series transports viewers around the globe to experience inspiring personal journeys in captivating locations. The films endeavor to bring audiences a first-hand look at what only a privileged few have seen; the inside of an active volcano, behind the scenes of professional Sumo wrestling, face-to-face encounters with endangered Minke whales. The stories are told in a professional and approachable style that entertains and informs general audiences while maintaining a connection with core fans. The depth and breadth of topics and locations make this series unlike anything else on television - and while each story can be viewed as a standalone film, all of the episodes adhere to our signature style and format. Written by George Woolley
Film by Clif Prowse (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Actor, Production manager Best friends Derek and Clif set out on a trip of lifetime. Their plan: travel to the ends of the earth, see the world, and live life to the fullest. But the trip soon takes a dark and bloody turn. Just days in, one of the men shows signs of a mysterious affliction which gradually takes over his entire body and being. Now, thousands of miles from home, in a foreign land, they must race to uncover the source before it consumes him completely. Footage meant to be travel memories may now become evidence of one of the most shocking discoveries ever captured on film...and perhaps will be their only postcard home. Written by CBS Films
TV Movie by Katrin Bowen (Documentary) Director A half dozen BC filmmakers' takes on a dozen BC artists, including the dance troupe the 605 Collective, rock musician Carl Newman, photographer David Burdeny, pop artist Douglas Coupland, the classical musicians of the National Broadcast Orchestra, author & artist Nick Bantock, dancer & choreographer Noam Gagnon, designer & architect Omer Arbel, design studio Organelle, artist Reece Terris, artist Roy Henry Vickers & spoken word artist Shane Koyczan. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Ellen Raine Scott (Comedy and Family) Camera and Electrical Department Eight year old Zoie hates to get wet. She hates swimming. And above all, she hates swimming lessons. And today is the worst Saturday in swimming lesson history - because today - is testing day. Zoie will have to squeeze herself into a cold, clammy piece of Lycra in a public changing room, risk life and toe crossing publicly trodden-on floors, brave "the showers", get her face wet in the shallow end - and perform the dreaded 'Dead Man's Float'. And, she'll have to do it in the deep end. Today is the day that Zoie must swim, or sink, in the deep end. And she's in way over her head. Written by Ellen Raine-Scott
Shower of Bullets
Film (short) by Michael Love (Action, Drama and War) Camera and Electrical Department Four soldiers are taught the reality of combat by a veteran Sergeant. All lessons come at a price, this one will cost them dearly.