Who's Involved?

Cynthia Crofoot (Writer / Producer)


Cynthia's professional acting career spans 25+ years with more than 50 leading and principal roles in consistently nominated performances that garnered 6 Best Actress and 4 Acting Excellence awards.

She wrote and produced the short (but impactful) film “Obdurate” which is currently doing the festival circuit. Her feature length screenplay, the crime-thriller "Bracewater", is currently in development/pre-production.


Jean-Francois Berube (Producer)


Quebec native Jean-Francois is an energetic, creative, and experienced producer who has been dedicated to taking on projects of any type for the past 8 years. JF, now based in Toronto, Canada, has built a versatile creative arsenal that has resulted in branded content worldwide, beginning in advertising before moving to vendor and production work. His creative experience includes production and film content across both the U.S. and Canada with several national and global brands. With both marketing expertise and production proficiency, JF is dedicated to utilizing his experience and understanding of client’s needs to bring creative, individualized projects into fruition.

Jim Morrison IV (Director)


Jim Morrison IV is a multiple Canadian Screen Academy Award-winning director who recently relocated to Los Angeles to dig deeper into his narrative work. Since his early 20's, he's worked internationally in over 50 countries with early success directing music videos, short films, and commercials. Ten years ago, he got into longer format storytelling in the documentary and unscripted network television space, and has since moved into the dramatic film space.



Steve Lindsay (DP)


Steve Lindsay is a director of photography based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In his 30 years in the film and television industry Steve has worked on a wide range of productions. A graduate of the Humber College Film and Television course, Steve has always had a passion for telling stories through film. He began making short movies at the age of 14 using his grandfather’s Bell and Howell 8mm camera.

Early in his freelance career Steve worked as a camera assistant and later moved into grip and lighting. It was during these years that he began to develop his skills in lighting and camera operating.

Today, as a director of photography, Steve’s work centres on documentaries, television, and commercials. Steve loves collaborating with talented directors and working as a team to create captivating images to help tell the story.