Back row (left to right)
KOHL LITTLECHILDS – Assistant Director/”Paul”
TUCKER NEW – “The Irishman”
CALLAHAN NEW – Director of Photography/”Doctor Spencer”
ALEXANDER KOMINEK – “Beet Farmer”
TYLER DUFFY – “The Butcher”
PETER KOMINEK – Writer/Director/”Creep 2″
MITCH ROELFSEMA – “Corn Farmer”
BRAYDEN SCOBIE – “Goat Farmer”
JOHN McIVER – “Priest”
DAVE DROLET – “Creep 1″
GUNNAR SEITINGER – Sound Recordist
Front Row (left to right)
DARYN TESSIER – “Magda”
DORIAN KOMINEK – “Beet Farmer’s Wife”
HALEE PIEROG – “Eve”
CHRISTINA KOMINEK – “Goat Farmer’s Wife”
MEG ROTHWELL – “Corn Farmer’s Wife”
GEORGE KOMINEK – “Jeremiah”
RYAN HAYMAN – “Jeffrey”
JORDAN MURRAY BEARDSLEY – Editor/Composer
Daryn Tessier is a writer and actor currently attending Red Deer College’s Motion Picture Arts program. Growing up in Whitecourt, Alberta with a constant love of art and story, she aspires to use media as her opportunity to tell new tales.
Halee Pierog is an actor, writer, and dancer with goals of telling stories that relate to and inspire others. Halee is originally from Edson, Alberta but has considered Red Deer her home as she graduated from the Theatre Performance and Creation program at Red Deer College and recently, the Motion Picture Arts program (RDC). Currently working on multiple projects, Halee aspires to connect with people through artistic mediums. Whether it is acting, writing, dancing, visual artistry, or designing; she believes art has the power to change the world and she is determined to be a part of that change.
Tyler Duffy is a writer, actor, and director with a developmental psychology background. He is currently attending Red Deer College in the Motion Picture Film Program focusing on developing story telling abilities in different mediums. In addition to arts and performance Tyler is an active musician and does research studying mentorship programs in schools to promote social and emotional well being in children.
Peter Kominek is a young Calgary videographer and filmmaker. Since the age of 18 Peter has independently produced and directed three feature length movies. Most recently, he was accepted directly into the third year of Red Deer College’s Motion Picture Arts program based on his portfolio and prior experience.
Gunnar Seitinger Born in British Columbia and grew up in Alberta. He has spent most of his younger years behind a camera filming everything he saw. An inspiring audio and music mixer for film, he has spent most of his film experience either holding the microphone or in an edit suit mixing sound. Once out of MPA at Red Deer College he is hoping to continue with his love for sound in the many years to come.
Director of Photography
Callahan Justice New was born in Edmonton, AB but was raised in the small farming community of Crossfield, AB. Callahan’s love for stage and performance began at an early age when he took on the portrayal of Elvis Presley in a Grade 4 Christmas recital. Since then, Cal has been honing his skills at Red Deer College studying both theatre and film acting and is loving the learning experience. With one year left of schooling, Callahan is looking forward to getting out into the real world and starting his career, contributing and expanding the arts community in Alberta.
Kohl Littlechilds is an Aboriginal actor from the Kikino Metis Settlement, currently living in Red Deer. Kohl has completed the Theatre Performance and Creation Program at Red Deer College and is now continuing both his acting training and directing training in the Motion Picture Arts program at RDC. Some of his film works include short film Refraction (2014), and as a Host in Our Culture, Our People (2011).