AARON ROTHERMUND, PRODUCER
Aaron has taken various film and theatre programs at Centennial College, Humber College, and George Brown College; he produced and directed two plays at the Toronto Fringe Festival; he worked as Casting Assistant for Fade to Black as well as Casting Director for independent films and theatre productions. He wrote, directed and produced Power Lines and Love Wins at Centennial College's Script to Screen Program in 2019, where he was the winner of the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence and was placed on Honour Roll. His script Respect was chosen out of 30 scripts to be produced as the final class project, and he was chosen as the Director (with a budget of $80,000). The project is to be released this year.
NUPUR CHITALIA, CO-DIRECTOR
Nupur has been making films for almost a decade now in various capacities. She started with animated films and then moved on to live action narratives. She has professionally worked as a Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer, Art Director, Animator & Graphic Designer. She currently works as a Videographer for the University of Toronto and runs her own production house called Nucraft Productions. While majority of her experience has been in branded content, she has been steadily propelling herself forward in creating fiction and non-fiction short films. She has been working in marketing for over 3 years.
PASCALE POTVIN, WRITER & CO-DIRECTOR
Pascale has a BAH in Stage & Screen Studies from Queen's University; she graduated with distinction and Academic Honours for every school year. Her short film, Beat, has been selected for festivals worldwide and received an Outstanding Original Content award at the multi-media Juvenis Festival. It is in distribution by the CFMDC and Pomegranate and is available for streaming on the Fearless app. On top of writing/creating other award-winning films, she has had many works featured in literary journals, and she is the Editor-in-Chief of Wrongdoing Magazine. Read more about her at pascalepotvin.com.