Malicious Attack

Malicious Attack
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Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall, Corrinne Wood
Stage Manager: Production manager - Corrinne Wood
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Mike Beausejour

Malicious Attack is a 30 minute short film about bullying. It takes a twist on the traditional bully story line as at it’s heart it is a ‘good girl gone bad’ due to being bullied. The bully of the story Savannah not only bullies the “outcast” Raven, the “Pregnant Teen”, Sara and the “immigrant” Linda but also your run of the mill sweet “good girl” Naomi. Each of these characters has a different reaction and response to the bullying they experience. Naomi is the relentless target of the bullying by Savannah and her friends Brittany and Avery. Naomi's best friend Macey tries to find ways to help Naomi expose the bullying, but Naomi is unwilling to come forward. The Attacks on Naomi continue till she is pushed to a breaking point. The story gives lots of opportunity to discuss the issue of bullying and the reactions of those that are bullied.

 

IMDB Film Page - imdb.com/title/tt6156436/combined

Partly funded by In Their Memory Community Services

 

 

CAST:

Naomi Spencer – Katie Ostojic

Macey Madison - Morgan Flanagan

Savannah White - Elina Lattanzio
Brittney De Silva– Marley Cabral
Alicia Turner – Helena Rose
School Board Member #1 - Mary Ellen Herder
Mrs Gallagher – Corina Leatherdale
Reporter - Aaliyah Paul
Principle Thompson - Judy Cormier
Linda Tai – Dina Jasim
Liam Stevens – Max Steinberg
Avery Le Paige – Mallaidh Pouti,
Mrs Spencer - Elizabeth Harden
Sara Gray – Tiandra Edwards
Raven Hale– April Booth
Jarod Jackson - Ian James Smith
School Secretary – Kayla Hope Felker
School Board Member #2 - Lesley Chapman
School Board Member #3 - Jamie Rainbird
Samantha Knight- Serena Webber
Chloe Carter – Brooklyn Pritchard
Olivia Ward – Kailey Dennis
Maria De Silva - Melissa Ramos
Teacher – Jerry Ziler
Theresa De Silva - Kyra Ramos
Rosalina De Silva – Kendal Cabral
High School student - Emma Lee Willsie
Correctional Officer / Police Officer - Rob Herder
Correctional Officer - Tracey Bell

 

 

CREW:
Executive Producer - Donald M Hickey
Executive Producer – Sharon Marshall
1st Assistant Director – Stephen LeGresley
Cinematographer – Jerry Ziler
Cinematographer – Kyle White
Cinematographer – John Tadros
Camera Operator – Ali Gokey
Camera Operator – Arron Kramers
Camera Operator – Terry Pridham
Still Photographer – Tim Harvey
Boom Operator – Anesha Curtis
Boom Operator – Kylie Eady
Boom Operator – Ian James Smith
Sound Recordist – Talitha Wood
Sound Recordist – Leah Skory
Fight Choreography – Jerry Ziler
Make Up Artist –Iseabel Jefferies
2nd Make Up Artist - Rachelle Arsenault
3rd make Up Artist – Monica Smith
Assistant Make Up Artist – April Booth
Casting Assistant – Morgan Flanagan
Script Supervisor – Jacquelyn Cooney
Location Manager – Stephen LeGresley
Location manager – Donald M. Hickey
Production Assistant – Charles Peterson
Production Assistant – Phillippe Chiason
Production Assistant – April Booth
Production Assistant – Morgan Flanagan
Production Assistant – Max Steinberg
Production Assistant – Talitha Wood
Props – Tina Steinberg
Script Supervisor – Jacquelyn Cooney
Head of Security – Charles Peterson
Music – Ross Bugden Music
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Music - Magix Sound pool

Tuned In

Tuned In
Running Time: 13 minutes
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Florin Markstiener
Stage Manager: Corrinne Wood (Production Manager)
Writer: Matthew R Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Florin Markstiener

Emma disobeys table rules of her parents and gets grounded until she learns to get her priorities in life straight.

 

 

CAST:


Emma - Marley Cabral

Mother - Corina Leatherdale

Father - Jamie Rainbird

Stacey - Talitha Wood

Sibling - Brittany Sterling

 

 

Daughter Of The King

Daughter Of The King
Running Time: approx. 135 minutes
Director: Matthew R. Marshall
Producer: Matthew R. Marshall
Stage Manager:
Writer: Matthew R. Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Florin Marksteiner

DAUGHTER OF THE KING is an independent dramatic film that follows Ashley Miller (Debra van Gaalen) as she tries to rebuild her life and move beyond the mistakes of drug use she has made in the past.  However, due to her inability to pay an outstanding debt it is not long before she is sucked back into the world of drugs and finds herself addicted again. She is forced into a lifestyle of being a debt slave to the man, Haydar (Florin Marksteiner), a drug lord, and head of an organized sex ring.  Under Haydar and his assistant, Angel’s (Tiffany Blom) control Ashley is forced to work as a prostitute and trafficking drugs to work off her debt. Ashley is verbally abused and humiliated, lowering her self esteem to the point she feels she is worthless and deserves all that has happened to her.  Nadia (Kelsea Meredith), Ashley’s friend tries to help Ashley see her way back from the dark turn her life has taken. Throughout the production Ashley is taken on a life journey that turns her life upside down and takes her to a low point in her life. Themes within the movie included; redemption, grace, debt slavery and human trafficking.

 

CAST:

 

Ashley Miller -  Debra van Gaalen

Angel - Tiffany Blom

Haydar -Florin Marksteiner

Nadia Harrison - Kelsea Meredith

Jeremy - Vincent McNicoll

Vixon - Tara Rowan

Detective Higgins - Corina Leatherdale

Prosecutor - Judy Cormier

Jayme -Nancy Peters

Ivy - Alyssa Vetere

Mrs Miller  - Patti Muma-Cook

Mr Miller - Mike Larion

Judge - Annie Carpenter

Minister - Don Connolly

Dixie- Jacky Francis

Manager - Julie White

Drug Dealer #1- Baker Ahmad

Drug Dealer #2- Rhonda Allen

Director - Fern Pridham

Client #1- Rob Verkest

Client # 2 - Tom Westlake

Bar Tender - Annalyse Carpenter

Undercover Police Officer - Matthew Marshall

Female Correctional Officer - Elizabeth Medeiros

Defense Laywer - Roger Khauri

Starr - Kayla Làvoie

Armed Guard - Denardo Hepburn

Armed Guard - Rick MacLean

 

 

Addictions

Addictions
Running Time: 86 minutes
Director: Matthew R. Marshall
Producer: Matthew R. Marshall
Stage Manager: N/A
Writer: Matthew R. Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Mohammed Essam
Addictions opens with Kayla Butler your average girl next door about to face a review board to see what punishment she might receive for her brush with the law. She has a dark secret that will shatter the image that everyone has of her. Can one event in someone life truly change it this much?  This is what the production explores as Kayla tells her story of the events that have lead her down the road she is on. Kayla tells of journey at an addiction group program, where she is forced to face recent events in her life that have lead to her being court ordered into the program.  Through the program Kayla must now admit she has an addiction while learning to blend in with the group of people she is with who all have their own demons of addiction that they are at different stages of facing and dealing with. Along the way Kayla accepts Christ into her life and it changes her perspective. But it does not change the fact that she is facing criminal charges.  Will she convince the review board that she has learned from her experience? Can Kayla prove to them that she has changed and turned her life around, leading to her being set free. Or will they feel that she needs to be punished for her actions? Her future lies in the hands of this review panel. Will Kayla show them she has changed and be set free or will she face punishment for her actions? Could her ultimate fear come true… Could Kayla be facing prison time for what she has done?

 

CAST:

Kayla Butler - Jacqueline Peter

Shannon Moreland - Brianna Popowczak

Michelle Lambert - Stephanie Klassen

Samantha Richardson - Sara Douglas

Jaden Brooks -  Bethany Mink

Alisha Mason -  Rya Walford

Board Member #1 - Fern Pridham

Board Member #2 - Patti Muma-Cook

Counsellor (Elizabeth) - Corina Leatherdale

Gregory Gordon - Bryce Jones

Jessie Ridley - Chesney Sickles-Jarvis

Officer – Larry Hicks

Loudspeaker Announcer #1 – Kathleen Elizabeth Henderson

Board Member #3 – Patricia Hicks

Security Guard #1 – Mohammed Essam

Security Guard #2 – Matthew Marshall

Secretary (Tina)– Hanaa Azzouz

Police Officer – Valerie Cron

Judge – Matthew Marshall

Paramedic#1 – Andrew Khalil

Paramedic#2 – Mohammed Essam

Loudspeaker Announcer #2 – Pheenie Pearse

Receptionist – Chelsea Manual

Female Resident  – Stephanie Klassen

Male Resident #1 – Josiah Hughey

Male Resident #2 – Walter M. Malthas

 

 

The Great Banquet

The Great Banquet
Running Time: 73 mins
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: Stephanie Klassen
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: N/A

The Great Banquet is a dramatic Christian production about socialite Elizabeth Chapman (Katie Lewis) who is planning a gala banquet for the guests of the Great Congregation Assembly. Elizabeth’s friend Brandon feels that the food from this meal could be better used for the needy. Several of those people cross paths with Elizabeth and her staff Victoria (Emma Davey) and Alfred (Bryce Jones) as the story unfolds. Including in those people are Nicole (Corinna May), Julia (Stephanie Klassen), and Robin (Heidi Shaw). The local law, Police Officer Harrington (John B. Howie) tries to keep some of the local “unworthy” from crashing the party. As the preparation for the meal unfolds, events happen and lives are changed forever. The only question becomes, will the guests show up? The clock ticks down to dinner being served.

CAST:

Elizabeth Chapman – Katie Lewis
Brandon – Benjamin Dyck
Nicole Layton – Corinna May
Victoria – Emma Davey
Alfred – Bryce Jones
Officer Harrington – John Howie
Julia – Stephanie Klassen
Robin – Heidi Shaw
Young Mother – Heidi Shaw

Meaning of Christmas (Original)

Meaning of Christmas (Original)
Running Time: 75 mins
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: N/A
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Matthew Marshall

Meaning of Christmas is about a young woman named Kristan Banks (Karlee Dowell) who has wandered away from her religious ties and lost her way in life. The production takes place on a cold night in December near Christmas when Kristan wanders back into a church supposedly for the reason to get warm. She like Mary, the mother of Jesus so long ago, is great with child and has questions and concerns about being a young mother. Kristan is full of anger and feels that God is not with her. Yet where has she ended up but in the church she grew up in. Through the story she encounters people from within the church including the minister, the janitor, and another woman her age who all guide this lost sheep back to finding hope and rekindling her faith. During her journey on this one fateful night Kristan will rediscover her faith and find out the true meaning of Christmas and what the season of Christmas really is about. Meaning of Christmas won four 2009 Christian Dramatic awards. (Best Production, Best Director – Matthew Marshall, Best Actress – Karlee Dowell and Best Actor – Alan Legg)

CAST:

Kristan Banks – Karlee Dowell
Reverend – Alan Legg
Jennifer – Marica de Deckere
Janitor (Joe) – Tom Jeffery

Meaning of Christmas (Remount)

Meaning of Christmas (Remount)
Running Time: 82 mins
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: Stephanie Klassen
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Matthew Marshall

Meaning of Christmas is about a young woman named Kristan Banks (Hannah Vanden Boomen) who has wandered away from her religious ties and lost her way in life. The production takes place on a cold night in December near Christmas when Kristan wanders back into a church supposedly for the reason to get warm. She like Mary, the mother of Jesus so long ago, is great with child and has questions and concerns about being a young mother. Kristan is full of anger and feels that God is not with her. Yet where has she ended up but in the church she grew up in. Through the story she encounters people from within the church including the minister, the janitor, and another woman her age who all guide this lost sheep back to finding hope and rekindling her faith. During her journey on this one fateful night Kristan will rediscover her faith and find out the true meaning of Christmas and what the season of Christmas really is about.

CAST:

Kristan Banks – Hannah Vanden Boomen
Reverend – Alan Legg
Jennifer – Paige Gunning
Janitor (Jo-anne) – Cynthia Breadner

Walk to the Cross

Walk to the Cross
Running Time: approx. 160 mins.
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: Raechal Ewing
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: Matthew Marshall

Walk to the Cross is a theatrical style dramatic Christian DVD production, set in the present that follows the theme of the Good Friday story. The story is about a female doctor named Christine Johnson, (Marica de Deckere) who is a Christian follower living her life as Jesus would want her to. She encounters a group of wayward teenagers/young adults and begins to mentor them about right and wrong, faith and religion; becoming friends with the group along the way. As the friendship between the doctor and the group grows, the doctor helps them to face their troubles and leads them to Christ. Those that follow her grow in their faith as they all walk along their day to day faith journey and grow as new Christian followers. The doctor begins to be referred to as a “Christ like” person, causing a stir with the local law and order. Through the story Dr. Chris stands up for God even though it means that she is standing out. Walk to the Cross won the 2010 Canadian Script Writers Award for “Best Script”.

CAST:

Dr. Christine Johnson -Marcia de Deckere
Mary Brooks – Marissa MacGillivary
Peter – Shane Gorman
Head Officer – Alan Legg
Angela McQueen – Jessica Goodall
Joan- Heidi Shaw
Jr. Officer #1 & Viper #1 – Jess Caissie
Jr. Officer #2 – Bryce Jones
Justine – Holly Reid
Jessica & Viper #3 – Natysha Rieger
Person #1 & Person #3 – Dennis Clift
Viper #2 – Brittany Ewing
Judge William MacKenzie – Gary Bodkin
Person #2 – Michelle Sharpe

Choices

Choices
Running Time: 60 mins
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: N/A
Writer: Matthew Marshall
Non Linear Editor: N/A

A group of teens embark on their final party of their high school careers. School is almost over and it’s time to celebrate before they all go their separate ways for post secondary schooling and begin their lives. But in this fnal party of celebration each member of this group of the teens will have to face situations where they will have to make decisions and choices that will alter their lives forever in ways that they could not have predicted before this night. The Choices they make will decide their fate and they will have to live with the consequences of their decisions. They will be “bound by the choices they make.”

CAST:

ANGELA ADAMS – Alida Keenlyside
MELISSA -Anetta Dimitrov
BECCA WALKER- Lisa Pettit
NATALIE – Andrea Smith
BRAD – Kyle Hill
MARK – Nic Sneider
JUSTIN – Jeff Leeson
AMANDA ADAMS – Jaylene Barker
SABRINA BISHOP – Melanie Bass
CHLOE STEPHENSON – Amanda Roach
NIKKI – Sarah Pettit
JENN – Becky Esseltine
CHRIS – Mike Riddell
KRISTY – Jill Taras
MRS. BISHOP – Shelley Dougherty

 

Reflections

Reflections
Running Time: 24 mins
Director: Matthew Marshall
Producer: Matthew Marshall
Stage Manager: N/A
Writer: Matthew Marshall & Jennifer Spiering
Non Linear Editor: Andrew Beaton

Reflections is about a teenager named Shannon who struggles with discovering that she is pregnant. She never thought it could happen to her. But now it has and as the reality of being pregnant starts to sink in she realizes that her world as she knows it could be torn apart and shattered by this life altering event. Shannon now must face the issues that come with being an expecting mother. She tries to cope with the major life decisions that she now has to make. She must explore her choices of having the baby and keeping it, adoption or abortion. Choices made tougher by her feeling of isolation. Abandoned by Brad her boyfriend who panics when he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant. Shannon turns to her best friend Lisa. Shannon’s head is spinning, her stomach is churning and she is riding a roller coaster of emotions and feelings. What she though could never happen to her has. She must deal with the situation she finds herself in and the response of her boyfriend Brad to not be apart of her being pregnant.

CAST:

Shannon – Kaitland Gray

Lisa - Stephie Demas

Brad – Nicholas Watson

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