played by Gillian Fortin
is Merron's very pregnant sister. When Merron and his partner Roger want to start a family, she offers to be the surrogate mother.
MERRON FOSTER and his partner Roger want a baby. Sometimes regretting the decision, his sister Sherry is their surrogate. Merron is played by Dylon Whyte.
RICHARD (DICK) DUNN, played by Kyle Kivi, is funny "man's man", full of bravado and bluff. His enthusiasm isn't always welcomed by his very-pregnant wife Olivia, nor is it always approrpriate!
played by Rachel Noel-Gard
is exceptionally pregnant with triplets. Her man-child husband, Richard, is very proud of that fact!
The RECEPTIONIST NURSE, played by Carole Rouleau (McMurray), is a no nonsense, seasoned medical professional who has seen and heard it all!
JOIN THE CREW
Please contact Jayson Stewart at Laps in Judgements Studios if you are interested in contributing your time and skills to this project.
Executive Producer: Marla J. Hayes
Excecutive Producer: Jayson Stewart
Producer: Bruce Stanfield
Director: Jayson Stewart
Director of Photography: you?
Assistant Camera: Holly Good
Screenwriter: Marla J. Hayes
Script Supervisor: Liliane Chretien
Wardrobe: Kate Adams
Makeup/Hair: Emily-Jane Meawasige and Olivia Depencier
Props/Set Decorator: you?
Sound Recordist: you?
Sound Mixing you?
Score Composer: Jaysin Scott Peltier
Theme Song Composer: Liliane Chretien
Theme Song Engineer: Dustin Moore
Photographer: Ashley Southwind
Photographer: Nicole Campbell
Craft Services: you?
Douglas Davidson, Nevada Gray, Marla Hayes, Janet Hilliard, Karen Mueller Bryson, roosterlady
The Nature Nook
Sunbeam Family Yoga
Espanola Coffee Roasers
WHO GETS PAID?
The screenwriter was paid $11.00 for her script and, other than, that, this is an unpaid, not-for-profit creative project. We make movies to make movies and explore each other's talents. No one gets paid*.
*Any money we raise pays for equipment purchase and rental; wardrobe and props; food, travel and accommodations for cast and crew; festival fees and any post-production costs. If we make money in distribution or festival prizes, 75% of the profits will be distributed evenly amongst the cast and crew.