The Core Crew
Producer, Director, Writer : Shawna Cox
Blog: Canadian Film Girl
As founder of the independent film company, iDream Films, Shawna Cox is an award winning, independent Producer/Director/Writer. Shawna, has been committed to the creation of original dramatic, documentary, feature-film and television programming for over 8 years. She has also collaborated with film makers in Vancouver, Calgary, New York, Los Angeles and has traveled to over 133 cities in 19 countries world-wide for her projects.
Shawna’s favorite words are ‘Roadtrip’ & ‘WooHoo’. Her ventures are typically described as ‘very cool’ & ‘ambitious.’
Director of Photography (Vancouver Story): Trevor Johnston
Website : The Thought Shop
Jonathan first got his design hands wet as art director for a Vancouver publication before leaving to join Envisioning + Storytelling where a world of video and motion graphics opened up to him. Next, he worked on TV, radio and print campaigns for another local agency before heading up his own one-man creative firm.
Director of Photography (Seattle Story): Corey Ogilvie
Website : Ogilvie Film
After graduating UBC with a BA Honours, Corey Ogilvie began his pursuit of filmmaking in the fall of 2005. Corey finished his first feature length documentary as director, “Think Peace: Portrait of a 21st Century Movement”, which had its world premiere at the Queens International Festival on November 06 2008.
Sound Mixer, Peter Kepkay
Since 2002, Peter has been working in film and with CBC, Knowledge Network, Life Network, Outdoor Life Network, traveled to Africa(twice) and China (twice), all on features or Documentaries, receiving a Leo Award in 2007 for Best Sound.
Peter stays involved in the local scene doing Indies, shorts, Crazy 8?s , 24 hour film festivals and is now pursuing his own documentary project, Voices for Malawi.
1st Assistant Director (Seattle Story Shoot), Aman Chand
Aman is a film and theatre buff from New Delhi, India.He did his Bachelors’ in History from Delhi University and followed that with a diploma in film production from Vancouver Film School. While in college, Aman discovered his passion for film. He was also intricately involved with an activist theatre group called pandies. The group not only re-shaped his political outlook on life, but also introduced him to the idea of bringing social change through art.
One Night In Seattle was Aman’s first feature as a 1st Assistant Director.