Britt Randle

Born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Britt Randle was obsessed with drawing and painting from an early age. At 12, he began making super 8 films. That same year his concerned parents took him to Hollywood to exorcise his extreme fascination with the movies. Their plan to expose the reality behind the magic backfired–and the obsession continues. Continue reading

Michael Penney

Michael Penney graduated in 2002 from Ryerson University’s Film Studies program with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He began working on HGTV shows, including Designer Guys, Love By Design, Party Dish, Design Rivals, and So Chic With Steven & Chris; first as a camera assistant, then continuity and assistant director. During this time he began working as a videographer, shooting second camera on various episodes. Continue reading

Josh Peace

Josh Peace began his acting career after graduating from Toronto’s George Brown Theatre School. Out of the gates he landed the leading role in Thom Fitzgerald’s feature film Beefcake, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. That same year he played the lead roles of Tommy and Sickboy in The Canadian Stage Theatre Company’s production of Trainspotting. The following year he was the sole Canadian to reprise his roles in the off-Broadway production in New York. Continue reading

Jury Meeting Date Change

The upcoming jury meeting, which was scheduled for March 6th, has been moved to March 13th due to unforseen complications. We apologize for the delay!

The Jury Meeting will decide the results for the applications submitted for the December 2011 deadline. Results will be posted here at the end of the day (no later than 7 pm ET/4 pm PT), and all applicants will also receive notification by mail.

Mark Krupa

Having worked as an outdoor writer and photographer for the past 20 years, Mark Krupa spearheaded the production of the travel-adventure series Hooked with Mark Krupa, which airs internationally. As an actor, he began with multi-cultural theatre, performing with Montreal Serai; and then expanded into TV and film, in both the English and French Canadian markets. Some of his most notable appearances include: Human Trafficking, Silent Night, Shake Hands With The Devil, The Last Templar, Trauma, L’incomparable Mademoiselle “C” , Police 10-07, Who Is Simon Miller and Web Of Lies. Continue reading