CHRISTINE ALEXIOU is a writer and filmmaker who has produced and directed the documentaries, Telling Lives: Portraits of Immigrant Grandmothers (SCN), Hello Dolly? (SCN) and Who's Afraid of Happy Endings? (Bravo!/SCN/Ovation Channel). Her writing credits include: the documentary series The Family Restaurant and X-Weighted; the drama Degrassi: The Next Generation; the animated series Chilly Beach and The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom; and the docu-drama series, Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science and 72 Hours: True Crime. Christine is a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre Prime Time TV Writing Program.
JUNE CHUA is a Canadian filmmaker and writer who works as a journalist, spending time at the CBC as a reporter, announcer, writer/editor and producer. Her articles and commentaries have appeared on the CBC's website as well as national newspapers and magazines. She has written arts, travel and food pieces. Her essay on multiculturalism, I Am Canadian, was published in the anthology Strangers in the Mirror (Tsar press). Her first independent documentary, Twin Trek, was archived by several Norwegian institutions. In 2008, it screened at the Oslo Documentary Cinema and the Kathmandu International Film Festival in Nepal. Find out more at: www.junechua.com
PETER ELLIOTT (Cinematographer & Editor) has been shooting and editing independent films, TV series and various documentaries since 1979.
EVAN TAPPER (Animator) is an award-winning multimedia artist. His works, both video and on-site interactive pieces, have been exhibited or performed all over the world including Europe, South America, the U.S., Japan, China and across Canada. More at: www.evantapper.net.
BOB WISEMAN (Composer) is an acclaimed musician and composer, who has been performing for 30 years, mostly as a solo artist. His compositions have graced major TV series and films, both fiction and non-fiction. More at: www.bobwiseman.ca.