Film Crew

Lois Siegel taught Animation, Photography, Modern Cinema and Documentary Film at John Abbott College,
Film Production at Concordia University (Montreal),
and English at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
Once upon a time, the people listed below
with an asterisk *
were students in her classes or
attended her John Abbott College Film Club
Montreal, Quebec
As well, several films are included produced
by her students at the University of Ottawa,
Video Production Classes
(towards the bottom of the page).

Steve Campanelli* and Glen MacPherson*

Daniel Villeneuve*, Glen Macpherson*, Lois Siegel

Yves Barrier*
Sir George Williams University

Advertising, Corporate, Image Bank

Tyrone Benskin*
Artistic Director
Vice-President - ACTRA National

Black Theatre Workshop

Elected Member of Parliament
in the Jeanne-Le Ber riding,
 Montreal, Quebec, May 2, 2011

Neil Blevins *
John Abbott College
Film Animator
Pixar Animation Studios
Emeryville, California

Neil Blevins
John Abbott College

Before Neil Blevins moved to Marina Del Rey, in 1999, he had always lived in Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada.  He was 26-years-old and he left Canada, possibly for good, to work in the film industry in California.

He first worked for Blur Studios in Venice.
Blur's work:  "Hellraiser 4," shots for "Deep Rising," the "hell" sequence for South Park, the movie, several episodes of the cartoon "Johnny Quest," and tons of commercials.

Then Neil landed a job at Pixar and has never looked back. 
He became a technical director on "The Incredibles,"
directed by Brad Bird, who also directed
"The Iron Giant."  "The Incredibles is an action-adventure, comedy about a family of superheroes.

Neil also worked on Cars, Wall-e, Up, Toy Story 3, Cars 2, Brave, The Good Dinosaur, as well as about a dozen short films
for Pixar. He is currently working on Incredibles 2.

Geoff Bowie
Sir George Williams University

Back Lanes Studios
Geoff Bowie is a documentary filmmaker working in English and French. His most recent work is My Heart is Like a Bomb (Doc Zone on French CBC, 52 minutes, 2014). He wrote and directed Courage (2012 NFB) about the growing gap between the 1% and the majority in Canada focusing on the working poor in Ontario. Other work includes the feature length Waiting for My Real Life about the obesity epidemic in North America; for the CBC’s series The Nature of Things: Ghosts of Futures Past: Tom Berger in the North about the Mackenzie Valley pipeline; The Hospital at the End of the Earth about the Aral Sea environmental disaster; and When is Enough, Enough? about a First Nation trying to slow down the growth of the Alberta oil sands. His feature length The Universal Clock: the Resistance of Peter Watkins is about the commodification of the documentary, and Walk Naked Singing, a documentary musical about marijuana, the state, and idealism. Several of these films have been selected for screenings at national and international film festivals, and have been nominated and won awards.

© Photo by Lois Siegel

Pierre Brault *
John Abbott College

Jean-Claude Bustros*
Concordia University

Associate Professor (Film Production)

Jean-Claude Bustros has created several short film pieces that have established him as one of the key figures in contemporary experimental cinema in Canada. His work has been screened internationally and was showcased in the landmark exhibition "Les Cinémas du Canada" at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. He was one of the founders of Dazibao photo gallery in Montréal and the creator of the massive Pierre et Lumière photography exhibition, hosted by the Palais de la Civilisation in Montréal as part of the 350th anniversary celebrations of the city.
Experimental cinema, interactive cinema

Steve Campanelli *
Sir George Williams University

Camera and Steadicam Operator
Thousand Oaks, California


Oscar Nomination for The Changeling
Camera Operator of the Year


Steadicam and Camera Operator on "Invictus"
in South Africa with Clint (2009)

How Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain
 of South Africa's rugby team to help unite their country

Gran Torino

Photo by Anthony Michael Rivetti
(L-R) Director Clint Eastwood, camera operator
Steve Campanelli, 1st Assistant Camera Bill Coe,
and Actor Bee Vang on the set of Warner Brothers Pictures
and Village Roadshow Pictures  drama "Gran Torino." 
The film starts Clint Eastwood and is distributed by
Warner Brothers Pictures.

Tania (Steve's wife), Clint Eastwood and Steve
"Million Dollar Baby"

The Changeling

Cameraman Campanelli makes Clint's day
Montreal Gazette
October 12, 2012

Brian Campbell*
Sir George Williams

Brian Campbell Productions

Rene de Carufel*
Concordia University

Commercial, Art, Workshops

Richard Ciupka
Director/Director of Photography

"Beer commercials are my specialty, if only people knew how much stuff
and time it takes to light properly a glass of brew and make appealing..."

Andrea Conway*
John Abbott College

Cirque De Soleil

Andrea spent 8 years with Cirque du Soleil and toured with Saltimbanco throughout Asia, Europe and North America.
She is an actress, known for 
Cirque du Soleil: Solstrom (2003) and Saltimbanco (1997). Andrea has been with San Francisco's Teatro Zinzanni since 2000 (comic actress, dancer and acrobat).

 With Cirque du Soleil's Saltimbanco, she created one of that show's most memorable characters, the enticing and sexy Baroque. An accomplished athlete, Andrea earned a Bronze Medal in the 1987 Pan-American Games as a member of her country's Artistic Gymnastics team.

Andrew Deskin*
Concordia University

Production Designer
Port Moody, B.C.


Originally from Montreal, Andrew Deskin has resided in and around Vancouver since 1997. After graduating from Montreal’s Concordia University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cinema, Andy began his film career as a props man on David Cronenberg’s "Rabid."


Some of his Production Design credits include the Emmy award-winning film "A Storm in Summer,"  directed by Robert Wise (West Side Story, The Sound of Music); The Stick Up, directed by Rowdy Herrington (Striking Distance, Roadhouse); and Stephen King’s Riding the Bullet, directed by Mick Garris (The Stand, The Shining, Masters of Horror).

He designed the television series  "Cold Squad" which ran for eight years, and in 1996, he was Art Director on the Gemini-award winning miniseries "The Arrow."

He won a Gemini© award for Production Design on "Lost in the Barrens" (MOW, 1990), as well as Blizzard awards for "For the Moment" (Feature, 1992), starring Russell Crowe, and "For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down" (MOW, 1996). Most recently he was nominated for a LEO award for "When a Man Falls in the Forest" (Feature, 2006) starring Sharon Stone.

Christian Duguay *
Sir George William University

Film Director

In 1996, Christian Duguay directed the much-acclaimed miniseries "Million Dollar Babies,"
a Canadian-American co-productions about the Dionne quintuplets, starring Beau Bridges and Kate Nelligan.  The series aired on CBC and won him a Gemini Best Director Award.

His television miniseries "Joan of Arc," CBS 1999
 was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes,
 including in both instances nominations for Best Miniseries and Best Director.

When not working on films, Christian also directs award-winning commercials,
 including spots for Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, Chrysler, General Motors,
 McDonalds, the Yellow Pages and Labatt Blue Dry.

Formula One racing champion Jacques Villeneuve has announced the story of his father, Quebec racing hero Gilles Villeneuve, will be filmed by Toronto-based Capri Films. Shooting locations: Quebec and Italy.

Gilles Villeneuve died in a car crash in 1982 during the Formula One qualifying season. The film will begin 15 years later when son Jacques is preparing to race in Jerez, Portugal, the day he won the Formula One championship.

 Christian Duguay will direct.

James Dunnison*
Sir George Williams University


Stephan Dupuis
Makeup Artist

Stephan Dupuis is an Academy Awards winning makeup artist who won at the 59th Academy Awards for Best Makeup for the film The Fly.


Tyler Gibb
John Abbott College
Animation and Illustration

Howard Goldberg*
Sir George Williams University

Film Editor

Steve Goldman*
Sir George Williams University

Music Video and Film Director

 Steve directed over 200 music videos. He also directed the movies Broken Bridges and Trailer Park of Terror, and  several television programs.  Steve died of cancer April 30, 2015.

Hunt Hoe *
Film Director
Montreal, Quebec

© Photo by Lois Siegel

Hunt Hoe won  Best Director award at the Newport Beach Film Festival for the complex, sexual drama "Seducing Maarya," returned to the festival in a new film exploring the complexities of Asian male identities, gay and straight.

"Who is Albert Woo?," a film Hoe made for the National Film Board of Canada, is really the Malaysian-born director's quest to understand who he himself is. The film also features Jackie Chan in some of the movie's most unexpected and revealing scenes. Hoe is based in Montreal.

2008: From a tropical island in Thailand to the island of Montreal then Montserrat in the Caribbean, a philandering chef’s search of the Zen of cooking
leads to the secret of love & divine mysteries... 

1st Bite

Jeremiah Hays*
Concordia  University

Jeremiah Hayes is a Canadian Screen Award and Gemini Award winning director, editor, and writer whose filmmaking has been honored by a prestigious Peabody Award. Three times featured at the Toronto Film Festival and once at the Sundance Film Festival, his work is known for having a compassionate eye and a style that pushes the boundaries of conventional filmmaking. Committed to films of social relevance, he has garnered numerous accolades
and awards for his work.

Martin Paul Hus*
Concordia University

Producer at Amerique Film

Il a entre autres travaillé avec Isabelle Hayeur, Olivier Asselin ou Isabelle Poissant au Québec, et avec Nicolas Roeg ou Amos Kollek à l’international. On devrait voir prochainement sa production intitulée Stay réalisée par Wiebke von Carolsfeld.

Will Inrig
Documentary Film Director
Teen Filmmaker First Local to Win

at Ottawa International Animation Festival


©Photo  by Lois Siegel

 Will Inrig's short, animated film
 "The Depose of Bolskivoi Hovhannes" won the
Adobe Prize for High School Animation


This is his first animated film and tells the story of a humble shepherd
on a wind-swept heath in Armenia, whose sheep begin to conspire against him.


Inrig gained significant attention last summer with his debut feature documentary film
 "The Exceptional Jivatma Valettas" that chronicles his very eccentric next-door neighbors.
 The film
premiered at the Library and Archives Canada.

He is currently working on another feature documentary
 "The Fantastic Ballet of the Mind and Its Master," exploring the inner fantasies of the autistic mind.

The film is inspired by his younger brother who has been diagnosed with severe autism.
Inrig is working with
the National Film Board of Canada through
 the assistance of Oscar-winning producer Adam Symansky.
Acting as the film’s executive producer is renowned Canadian filmmaker
 and Order of Canada recipient Allan King ("Warrendale," "A Married Couple").

Inrig is mentored by Order of Canada recipient Alanis Obomsawin,
one of Canada’s most distinguished documentary filmmakers
 and Ottawa filmmaker Lois Siegel.


Inrig's first dramatic feature about an enigmatic alien landing in northern Ontario,
 is also being supported by the National Film Board of Canada


 "The Depose of Bolskivoi Hovhannes" was made as part of
Canterbury High School's Media Arts Program 


Director: Will Inrig
Camera: Gordon Bailey

Vanessa Ireson*
John Abbott College

Vanessa is currently working as a Video Producer at The Co-operators in Guelph after working as a camera assistant for years in the Toronto film business.

Jedrzej Jonasz*
Film Director

Capital j. Films
L.A., California

Jedrzej Jonasz

"Low Budget"

Barry Julien*
John Abbott College

Co-Executive Producer
 The Colbert Report
New York City

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Emily Lazar and Barry Julien, both from The Colbert Report, have been named co-executive producers

Head-Writer Colbert Report, Comic, Actor
Emmy Award Winner
Four Emmys. Three for writing and one for
Outstanding Variety Series.
 Emmy Award 2008
Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special"

 Three Writers Guild of America Awards, two Peabody's and
two Producers Guild of America Awards.

3 Angels Power Film Production Inc.
Jeanne d'Arc,
Gladys Karam
John Abbott College
 Mona Lisa Karam
Cornwall, Ontario

Three siblings, each born in a different country:
Kuwait, Lebanon, Canada

Gladys is the host, director and producer
Jeanne is in charge of music
 Mona Lisa is the art director, stylist
and camera person on location

Bill Kerrigan
Director of Photography/Camera Operator

Equestrian Martial Arts
Chris Kovach

Equestrian martial arts is the study and practice
of any and all aspects of fighting and defending
from horseback with hand-held weapons as well as archery

Charles Le Guen *
John Abbott College

Charles Le Guen is a commercial artist who has lived and worked around the globe, creating computer-generated visual effects
for Hollywood feature films, video game cinematics,
high-end television shows, and TV commercials, since 1998.

As a Computer Graphics Supervisor, Charles has built and managed small, highly-skilled teams for feature film projects, including Immortals, Mr.Magorium’s Wonder Emporium,
 Stranger than Fiction, and Across the Universe.

He spent nine months working on effects for the film "Gravity."
Charles was flown to Australia for this. 
Academy Award 2014: Best visual effects
When you watch the film, keep your eyes
 on the three parachute shots at the climax of the film.
 Those are Charles's shots.  He spent nine months working on them, and they pass by in about 60 seconds. 

Jason Levy*
Sir George Williams University

Jason Levy is the director of post production at Apartment 11.  Eh was a producer of Apartment 11's award-winning TV series Mystery Hunters for three seasons and was nominated for a Gemini Award each season.  As an editor, he was nominated for a Gemini Award for his work on Popular Mechanics for Kids.

Glen MacPherson *
John Abbott College

Director of Photography
L.A., California

Glen MacPherson CSC ASC is a Director of Photography
based in Los Angeles.

He's a member of the International Camera Guild locals 600 & 669.

American Cinematographer

January 2008

Volume 89, Number 1
Interview with Glen MacPherson

Directed by Sylvester Stallone

Glen in Thailand on "Rambo" set


Final Destination 4

New Orleans





A 20th Century Chocolate Cake
Glen MacPherson (Assistant Camera), Lois Siegel (Director),
 Peter Benison (Cinematographer)

Susie Mah*
Concordia University
1983 - 1984

Film Director
Peter Mantello*
Concordia University
Studio/Workshop 1987

Professor, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

My area of specialization focuses on the intersection between old/new media, conflict, and surveillance.
Combining Media studies, International Relations theories
 and Data studies together with (new) media platforms
I am interested in the various feedback loops
between media, popular culture, big data
 and the modern battlefield.  

Co-founder and editor
a multi-platform project dedicated
 to issues surrounding war, peace, and media.

Peter writes and makes films about media, politics and
security assemblages.
His interests include Photography
 filmmaking,  graphic arts and game design.

After completing his degree in Media Arts and Fine Arts at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, he worked as a Contract Filmmaker at National Film Board of Canada. After that, he was Lecturer at the Department of Cinema at Concordia University and also taught at Media Communications Department at Webster University, Bangkok. Professor Mantello has been awarded with a number of Faculty and Research Grants and Projects.

Piroska Mihalka*
Sir George Williams University


Stefan Nitoslawski

Nafisseh Nazemroaya *
House of Craft
Writing and Motion Picture Services
Andrew Nevard*
Sir George Williams University

Cinema Nevard

Cinema Nevard is a Montreal based company actively involved in the development, production and assistance with financing of independent fiction feature films for traditional and digital distribution.

Fiona Noakes *
Bitter State

 Mark David Perry *
Sir George Williams University
1979, 1981-1982 (Film Production 3)


© Photo by Lois Siegel

Mark has written documentaries, commercials, advertising
 and marketing videos, television movies and feature films.

His most recent screenplay is "The House Sitter,"
starring Tori Spelling.


© Photo by Lois Siegel
Tori Spelling

He has also written multiple episodes of the Canada/France
 "Jacques Cousteau's Ocean Tales" and numerous episodes of
 the YTV/Nickelodeon hit television series
 "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"

Terry Pike*
John Abbott College
Film Animation, 1976

Taking your class, a visit you arranged for our class to visit the NFB Animation Dept. likely changed the direction of my life. On our visit to the NFB, we encountered Norman McLaren in the hallway and he invited our group into his office for a chat. He had some kind of an instructional series for students in the works at the time. I still remember him saying to us, "It's not the drawings, but what goes between them that counts the most." I thought the people working on there own short films at the NFB had the coolest jobs and had no idea before that point that one could actually make a living doing something that appeared to be so much fun. As I drove home that day, I thought
I had finally found something to pursue.

I somehow managed to survive over 30 years in the animation industry, taking me from Toronto to Ottawa, London, Dublin, Seoul, Suzhou and Vancouver. I was lucky enough to be in the business in the great resurgence of the 1990's and combined my interests of travelling in Asia with animation, ending up living and working in Seoul for about 17 years. I might be done now, or I might do another animation job in Vancouver next summer. Those years in Seoul were a lot of hours - working 6 days a week supervising productions - mostly for L.A. based studios. I even spent one semester teaching animation at Capilano University a couple of years ago. - who knows, maybe I affected
 someone's future too. 
Nadine Poirier
Hair and Makeup Artist
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Photo by Lois Siegel
Stephen Reizes
 Peter Rosenfeld 

Peter Rosenfeld Picture


   Camera and Electrical Department |   Actor | Cinematographer


  Peter Rosenfeld was born on May     21, 1960. He is known for his work on  Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), Gone Girl (2014) and American Sniper  (2014).


  May 21, 1960

    1983 A 20th Century Chocolate Cake (assistant camera)

Motion Picture camera operator/Steadicam specialist. Over 15 years of documentary cinematography in N. America, Europe, and Asia. Speaks 4 languages:
Russian, Mandarin, French and English.

Jorge Ruiz*
Sir George Williams University

Karen (Douglass) Sadler *
John Abbott College

Art Life Productions
Jacksonville, Florida

Art Life Productions is a company committed
to generating arts events,
 programs and initiatives that cause a new vision
 for the future of art in our communities.

Art Life Productions
encourages a lifetime of learning excellence and arts enrichment
 for all ages and backgrounds.

Karen Sadler has fifteen years of creative and executive experience
 in advertising, music, film and artist development.

She first worked in commercial music video production
 and had a company for 9 years in NYC
 finding and developing directors, representing, producing, executive producing.
She did a lot of hip-hop videos, some alternative, rock, and pop. 

February 2006
Lois Siegel was invited by Karen Sadler, founder of ArtLife Productions,
 a company committed to generating arts events, programs and initiatives
 creating a new vision for the future of art in communities.

©Photo by Lois Siegel

Ottawa filmmaker Lois Siegel appeared as a guest speaker
 at Douglas Anderson High School of the Arts, Jacksonville, Florida.
  For three days, she taught film animation (drawing on film, flipbooks)
 and spoke about filmmaking and photography.


©Photo by Lois Siegel

Douglas Anderson is an award-winning institution on Florida's North Atlantic coast
 focusing on film, music, theatre and the visual arts.

©Photo by Karen Sadler, ArtLife Productions


Phil Stilman*

Post Production Supervisor - freelance

After apprenticing in the cutting room on the original ”Kids of Degrassi Street” in 1984 and then onSaturday morning cartoons e.g. “Star Wars” for Lucasfilm, I ultimately cut my teeth supervising post pro...

Dick Smith

"Ghost Story"
J. Allen Suddeth *
Fight Coach
Film and Theatre
Glenridge, New Jersey

J. Allen Suddeth (far right)

The National Stage Combat Workshops

Cowboy Project

J. Allen Suddeth teaches at NYU and at Rutgers
in the acting programs.
He also flies all over the country to stage fights
 in major theaters in Denver, Baltimore
D.C., Seattle and elsewhere.

London, England

 Allen has worked professionally for the past 30 years
 based in the New York area.
He is ranked as one of ten recognized Fight Masters
 in the U.S. by the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD).
Allen has taught for 10 years at the SAFD National
Advanced, and Teacher Training Workshops.
He is the author of Fight Directing for the Theater
 published by Heinemann Press.

The Fight Master

Steve Surjik *
Sir George Williams University

Toronto, Ontario

Steve Surjik directed the hit series "Kids in the Hall" and then made his feature debut
 in Hollywood with "Wayne's World 2," starring Michael Myers.


For television, he has directed the award-winning "Little Criminals and the Emmy-nominated "Weapons of Mass Distraction," starring Ben Kingsley and Gabriel Byrne. 
He also directed episodes for "X Files" "Da Vinci's Inquest," "Road to Avonlea," and Flashpoint.

Andre Turpin *
Director of Photography
Montreal, Quebec

An experimental risk-taking director of photography, Andre shot Denis Villeneuve's two features "Maelstrom" (2000) and "Un 32 Aout sur terre" (1998). Quebec's current auteur-du-chou
 also directed a segment for Roger Frappier's 1996 anthology film, "Cosmos." Andre's other cinematography credits include Jean-Philippe Duval's "Matron et mar" (1999) Arto Paragamian's "Because Why" (1993), and Marc Andre Fornier's surrealistic autobiographical
 "La Comtesse in Baton Rouge" (1995). Produced by the indie company Jeux d'Ombres,
 Andre's first try at a feature, "Zigrail," tracks a fictional Andre, played by another Andre (Charlebois), as he races around Europe in search of his pregnant girlfriend and ultimately himself.
"Une Crabe dans la tête" is Turpin’s second feature.

Prix Jutra
André Turpin - Incendies


  Daniel Villeneuve *
John Abbott College

Director of Photography

© Photo by Lois Siegel

Rick Vincent *
John Abbott College

CEO + Creative Director
Kutoka Interactive
Montreal, Quebec

Makers of CD-ROM software for children covering several subjects,
 in English, French and other languages.

New York Festivals Announces Grand Winners of the
 2007 Interactive New Media Advertising Awards

Top honors for Best Application was awarded to Kutoka Interactive of Montreal, Canada
 for their educational CD-ROM "Didi & Ditto: The Wolf King."
The colorful learning package targeting first-grade children uses games
 and hands-on activities to promote literacy, problem solving and other skills
 which make up the first-grade curriculum.

© Photo by Lois Siegel

Rit Wallis
John Abbott College

Editor Hollywood

Kathy Wolf*
John Abbott College


Kathy is a supervisor in the entertainment industry - with a proven successful track record producing feature films, television series, MOW's, documentaries, reality, puppet shows, and music production.

Steve Woloshen *
Sir George Williams University

Scratch Film Artist

© Photo by Lois Siegel

Steven has created many animated and experimental film projects and has been invited to show his work at festivals, screenings and galleries. He has been commissioned to create short animated pieces for other filmmakers, artists and events. Steven is currently living in Montreal.

Scratch Film:
drawing directly onto each frame of the film to be projected as in the tradition of National Film Board of Canada filmmaker Norman McLaren.

Ryan Young*
John Abbott College
1989- 1990

Media Arts and Communications Professor
 John Abbott College
City Councillor Ste.-Anne-de-Bellevue
 President of the town's environment committee

Host and co-producer of Ecolibrium, the only English-language environmental radio show in the province of Quebec 
November 2009 - Present

University of Ottawa
Department of Communication
Video Production I
Instructor: Lois Siegel
Two-Minute Documentary Portraits
and Short Fiction Films

Documentary Films

Video Production I
Winter 2010

"Passion on the Dance Floor"
by Len Smirnova and Jenna Pietrantonio


 "First Fastest Runner"
 by Jordan Kawai, Dave Jones, and Rachel Croft

Tommy Des Brisay

"Jazzy Chef"
Film by Eric Cherpit and Erin Sidhu

Featuring Kevin Clement, Head Chef and Co-Owner of Cafe 129

129 Rue Principale
Aylmer (Gatineau), Quebec
(819) 684-8181.


Video Production 1
Fall 2010

"Outside the Box"
by Eileen Reid, Emanuela Campanella, Emily Feist

Bhat Boy

Behind the Burger: The Works Gourmet Bistro Burger
By Lindsay Arbour, Deanna Derrick, and Jesseca Truong

Ion Aimers

"Simply Biscotti"
by Candice Brodeur and Meghan McGrail

Photo by Candice Brodeur
Rosa Pino

Video Production I
Fall 2009

"The Market Bell Ringer"
Film by Jamie Hammond, JC Pinheiro,  Jasmine Leese
Jordan Fisher      

Linda Cook
“The Market Bell Ringer," Market Manager
 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa

Linda's involved in the general organization of the market
 and monitoring
all the booths.




Video Production I

“Jammin’ with Ben Jammin’”

By Hassan Hamdan and Kristen Ricketts


Fiction Films

Video Production I
Winter 2014

We Found Love on a Spotted Page
Rene Ashby, Hananeel Robertson,
Scott Baird, Lisann George, Taylor Lay 


Video Production I
Fall 2011

The Sandy Hill
by Chelsea Ceci, Jamie Champagne, Nicole Iantorno
Melissa Presz, Sarah Whiteside

The five housemates of The Sandy Hill are back for another season of GTL, fist pumping, and battling grenades. But this time the party has moved to Ottawa. The area code may have changed, but the drama remains the same. The Instigation can't help but stir things up; Chelsea 'Bacardi' juice will be flowin'; 'Princess' will be bossin'; Nicole 'Sweatheart' and Jamie 'Meathead' picked up right where they left off, on Season Two of "The Sandy Hill."

Boom Box Day
by Sara Lawrence, Leeza Gulliver, Kiran Chandani,
Molly Aylwin, Rami El-Belbesi


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