Jennifer Ferris was born on November 17, 1990 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. She is an actress and assistant director, known for 102 Punks (2016), Sounds of Seashells (2015) and Fred and Carl Are Park Rangers (2012).
Film (short) by Stephen M. Williams (Drama and Romance) Actress A short film about two punks, introverted Jamie who falls in love with extroverted Nikki. She changes his life up only to leave him in the end, and how he picks himself up for the better and focus on his music.
Sounds of Seashells
Film (short) by Marwa Siam-Abdou Actress A young mother and her son who lives with severe autism embark on a beautiful, dense and complex journey during their trip on the Toronto subway.
Film (short) by Britany Sparrow (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director An artist who married her high school sweetheart is forced to re-evaluate her life choices and her marriage after re-connecting with an old co-worker.
Film by Ron Maxwell (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew An Upstate New York family is torn apart during the American Civil War.
Fred and Carl Are Park Rangers
Film (short) by Greg Melanson (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bliss Carman: Divine Force of Nature
Film (short) by Tony Merzetti (Biography and Drama) Actress Fredericton poet Bliss Carman contemplates a major regret in his life, the 15 year separation from his cousin and best friend, Charles GD Roberts. Carman, the author of 'Low Tide on Grand Pre' and other celebrated books of verse becomes dependent on the patronage of Mary Perry King and her husband Dr. Morris King, which leads to a change in the course of his writing, and ultimately to a schism between the poets. Written by Anonymous
Omaha Fly By
Film (short) by Joel M. Thompson (Comedy) Actress, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director When a bride-to-be makes a discovery at her bachelorette party, things go terribly wrong.
Second Hand Smoke
Film (short) by William Beatty (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Justifying his past, one smoke at a time.
Film (short) by Danny Thebeau (Action, Drama and History) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Based on history this fiction tells the story of Pierre Surette and his fellow men during the great upheaval and seven year war that began in 1755, Fort Beausejour is seized by British forces and renamed Fort Cumberland. Incarcerated in this fort are French neutrals (Acadians) who by religious obligation, were charged to defend the fort alongside the French. Deliverance tells the story about betrayal, courage, and determination in their quest for freedom. Written by Anonymous
University of New Brunswick