Cast and Filmmakers
Dylan Authors / Kit
Dylan Authors was born in Toronto, Canada on February 2nd, 1996. Since an early age, he has been an avid filmmaker and performer. His grandfather was a vaudeville artist and his grandmother was a dancer playing in such places like the London Palladium. Jeff, Dylan’s father is a successful filmmaker that has worked on various movie and tv projects.
Dylan began his acting career at the age of ten. His first movie experience was working with Dustin Hoffman and Natalie Portman in MR. MAGORIUM’S WONDER EMPORIUM. After this followed many television shows such as Nikita, Covert Affairs, Cracked, Falling Skies and Murdoch Mysteries. Between 2010 and 2012, he landed the role of Jimmy Boland in Dreamworks/Spielberg production Falling Skies. Most recently, he played the role of Link in the television adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist.
Outside of acting, Dylan is finishing his program at Ryerson for Media Production. He has directed multiple short films and a 10 minute documentary. He is currently writing and directing a short film for his final.
Julia Sarah Stone / Alice
Vancouver actress Julia Sarah Stone is already being recognized for her broad character range and fearless performances that capture the raw essence of humanity. Nylon Magazine noted Julia as an artist “who’s about to break out in a big way” in their glowing review of her debut Canadian indie film, THE YEAR DOLLY PARTON WAS MY MOM.
In 2013, Julia captivated audiences as a series regular on AMC’s critically acclaimed series, The Killing, playing an emotionally troubled teen living on the streets. She also starred opposite Rachel McAdams and James Franco in Wim Wender’s film, EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE.
Her work includes starring as triplet teen boys in Charlie Kaufman’s pilot for FX, How and Why, opposite John Hawkes, Sally Hawkins and Michael Cera. She also played the lead role in the independent film WET BUM, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival the same year she was selected to be a part of the film festival’s Rising Star Program in which they honor four up-and-coming Canadian actors.
Stone has had additional roles, such as recurring in the TNT series Falling Skies, leading roles in Geoff Redknap’s UNSEEN, (Premiered at Vancouver International Film festival), Amy Jo Johnson’s THE SPACE BETWEEN (premiered at Carmel Film Festival), John Delcher’s feature UNEARTHING, and the starring role in Bruce McDonald’s feature WEIRDOS which had its World premiere at The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
Julia recently wrapped her leading role on the series called Aftermath. A fit, active young woman, she holds a Purple belt in Karate and has training in sword fighting and firearms, which all came in handy for the action in the series.
She recently wrapped filming a feature in Montreal called A WORTHY COMPANION, starring alongside Evan Rachel Wood.
Molly Parker / Laura
Molly Parker is best known for her starring role as “Alma Garrett” in David Milch’s acclaimed HBO series Deadwood, and for playing “Jackie Sharp” in House of Cards opposite Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright for Netflix. In other recent television, she starred in SWINGTOWN on CBS and THE FIRM on NBC. Memorable characters also include “Lisa Marshall” on Dexter for Showtime and “Rabbi Ari” on Six Feet Under for HBO.
Molly made her feature film debut in Lynne Stopkewich’s KISSED, for which she received a Genie Award for Best Actress. Other features include Katja von Garnier’s IRON JAWED ANGELS opposite Hillary Swank and Angelica Huston and Philip Kaufman’s HEMINGWAY AND GELHORN opposite Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman, both for HBO Films; John Hillcoat’s THE ROAD opposite Viggo Mortensen and Charlize Theron; Allen Coulter’s HOLLYWOODLAND opposite Adrien Brody; and Neil LaBute’s THE WICKER MAN, opposite Nicolas Cage.
She has starred in numerous independent films, including WHO LOVES THE SUN opposite Lukas Haas and Adam Scott, for which she won the Best Actress Award at the Beverly Hills Film Festival; Julia Dyer’s THE PLAYROOM which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, OLIVER SHERMAN opposite Garrett Dillahunt and Donal Logue; Bruce Macdonald’s TRIGGER (Genie Award nomination); Gillies MacKinnon’s PURE; Wayne Wang’s CENTER OF THE WORLD opposite Peter Sarsgaard for which she was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award; Istvan Szabo’s SUNSHINE opposite Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz; Keith Gordon’s WAKING THE DEAD opposite Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly; Menno Meyjes’ MAX opposite John Cusack; and Michael Winterbottom’s WONDERLAND amongst others.
She was most recently seen in the acclaimed Amazon original series Goliath, from David E. Kelly, and Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut AMERICAN PASTORAL for Lakeshore Entertainment. Upcoming, she will be seen starring in Errol Morris’s miniseries Wormwood opposite Peter Sarsgaard for Netflix, and the independent features SMALL CRIMES opposite Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Josephine Decker’s MOVIE NO. 1 opposite Miranda July, and 1922 opposite Thomas Jane. She will soon begin production on her next project, Netflix’s remake of the classic series Lost in Space, playing Maureen Robinson.
Allan Hawco / Dave
Allan Hawco is a Newfoundland born actor and a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal.
Most recognized from his lead role as ‘Jake Doyle’ on the CBC hit TV series, Republic of Doyle, Allan also served as the Co-Creator, Showrunner, Executive Producer, and Head Writer for the Gemini-nominated series for 6 seasons.
Prior to Republic of Doyle, Allan starred in some of the most acclaimed television productions in Canada including ZOS: Zone of Separation (The Movie Network, 2008), political thrillers H2O (CBC, 2004) and “Trojan Horse” (CBC, 2007), as well as the World War II drama Above & Beyond (CBC, 2006). Most recently, he starred opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. in the CBC miniseries, The Book Of Negroes. His new show, Caught, in which he will again wear all of the hats he wore in Doyle has been recently ordered straight to series by the CBC network.
Beyond television, Allan has maintained his roots in the theatre as the co-founder of Toronto-based theatre company, “The Company Theatre”, where he garnered rave reviews as the star in its inaugural production of Tom Murphy’s Whistle in the Dark as well as critical acclaim for both his roles in Festen and Belleville.
Allan’s feature film credits include major roles in these upcoming features; the lead in Michael Melski’s, THE CHILD REMAINS; a supporting lead in Bruce McDonald’s WEIRDOS and a lead in Paul Gross’ HYENA ROAD. Prior credits include a starring role in LOVE & SAVAGERY (2009), directed by John Smith, and supporting lead in Sir Richard Attenborough’s CLOSING THE RING (2007) with Christopher Plummer and Shirley MacLaine.
Allan’s major accolades include such awards as the Gascon Thomas Award from the National Theatre School, an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Canadian Television Hall of Fame, a Gemini Nomination for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series (Republic of Doyle), and an ACTRA Nomination for Best Male Actor (Love & Savagery). Allan is represented by Kish Iqbal at the Gary Goddard Agency.
Kit Dylan Authors
Alice Julia Sarah Stone
Laura Molly Parker
Dave Allan Hawco
Mary Cathy Jones
Not Andy Warhol Rhys Bevan-John
Mr. Po Vi Tang
Jack Alex Purdy
Jeanie Aria Publicover
Leo Max Humphreys
Marylou Dominique LeBlanc
Nalin Deivan Steele
Police Officer Matthew Lumley
Priest Stephen McHattie
Beans Mateo Giovannetti
Waitress Kathryn MacLellan
Joe Gary Levert
Val Francine Descepper
American Man Jonathan Torrens
Drunk Driver John Dunsworth
Sketchy Roomate Jim McSwain
With Support From
Post Production Coordinator Brittany Amos
Assistant to Mike MacMillan Karimah Issa
Assisant to Bruce McDonald Andy Warhol
Development Executive Dany Chiasson
Development Coordinator Patrick Whistler
Development Champion Anne Mackenzie
Production Legals Rob Aske
Banking Officer Nan MacDonald
Casting Assistant Gil Anderson
Canadian Publicity Virginia Kelly
International Publicity Laurent Boye
Written By Daniel MacIvor
Director Bruce McDonald
Produced By Marc Almon Mike MacMillan Bruce McDonald
Executive Producer Marc Savoie
Co-Producer Marc Tetreault
1st Assistant Director Keith White
Story Editor Patrick Whistler
Editor Duff Smith
Director of Photography Becky Parsons
Production Designer Matt Likely
Costume Designer Bethana Briffett
Composer Asif Illyas
Dialogue Editor & Sound Mixer Allan Scarth
Sound Design Eric Leclerc
Casting Sheila Lane; Jenny Lewis, CDC, CSA; Sara Kay, CDC, CSA
2nd Assistant Director Susan Diamond
3rd Assistant Director Luke Freeman
Art Director Mike Hall
Set Decorator Ryan Vessey
Property Master Gerold Schmidt
Key Make-up Lindsy Thorne
Key Hair Laurie Pace
Assistant Costume Designer Angela Bateman
1st Assistant Camera Paul Begin
2nd Assistant Camera Luke Adamski
Daily Camera Assistant Riley Turner
Gaffer Mark Kenny
Key Grip Dean Skerrett
Daily Grip James Thibodeau
Daily Electric Kevin MacNeil Rob Eshelby
Production Sound Mixer Andrew Rillie
Stills Photographer Michael Tompkins
Location Manager Melanie Solomon
Assistant Location Manager Gordon Pease
Daily Locations PA Cory Pioveson Michael Cowie
Transport Coordinator Keith Flynn
Transport Captain Tom Carew
Daily Drivers Phil Hatcher Shawn Murphy
Key Craft Brian Sears
Post Audio & Picture The PostMan Inc.
Post-Production Supervisor Chelsea Muir
Colour Version Colourist Marc Savoie
Black & White Version Colourist Scott Thorne
Visual Effects & Motion Gfx Chris Purcell
Online Editor John Feron
Foley Artist David Findlay
Archival Researcher Tara Doyle
Music Supervisor Jody Colero Jane Heath