After a side track to get his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of British Columbia, Raphael went to the acclaimed acting arts conservatory Studio 58 where he received the Elizabeth Ball award for outstanding comedy performance. Professionally in theatre he has worked for the Playhouse Theatre Company, the Arts Club Theatre Company, Bard on the Beach, and others. He has appeared in feature films that were presented at the Vancouver and Toronto Film Festivals including Bruce Sweeney’s “Crimes of Mike Recket” and Peter Ricq’s “Deadshack”. For TV Raphael has had numerous principal parts usually as an interesting Eastern European bad guy and has guest starred in the History channel show “Six”, as well as had recurring parts on Amazon’s “Man in the High Castle” and The CW’s “Supergirl”. He lives with his wife and daughters in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood.
Actor "Raff the Hitman"
A Studio 58 Grad, Logan can most recently be seen in an episode of the TV series, iZombie.
Crazy, but true! Dan Doheny (also a Studio 58 grad, and former student of Forman’s) was originally cast as Finn. On the day before principle photography he got a callback to LA (no he didn’t get the part). However before heading down to Hollywood Dan secured Logan to fill in for him, what a great call. On top of that, he didn’t see the script until he showed up on set. Remember that when you listen to all the lines that Finn has in this film. What an amazing feat!
Lillian grew up in Ottawa, Ontario where she attended an arts High School (Canterbury High School) studying theatre everyday. After graduation she took a gap year and Au paired for 9 months while studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London England. She then moved to Vancouver where she studied Theatre at Studio 58, graduating summer 2016.She can also currently be seen alongside Helen Hunt in the 2018 film, The Miracle Season.
Forman is a self-taught storyteller and filmmaker having received his formal education in BioChemistry at McGill University and a Masters in Education at University of British Columbia. He has spent the last ten years honing his skills while teaching video production at the Byng Arts program in Vancouver, Canada. Forman has made multiple nano budget productions with his students including an off the wall feature with the comedy group HumanTown (all former students). He is excited to finally enter the arena of professional quality film making with his short film debut Going Up.
Daniel Jeffery is a short and feature film editor based in Vancouver BC. Since graduating from SFU’s Film Production program in 2013, his work has screened at international film festivals such as TIFF, VIFF, Hot Docs, Fantastic Fest, and broadcast nationwide on CBC. Recently, his short film Sad Hill With Sad Hill was featured in the Netflix documentary Sad Hill Unearthed. He currently works as a Filmmaker for Lush.