henry woolf


Henry Woolf is known in British theatre circles as "the king of the avant-garde," and as a lifelong friend and collaborator of playwright Harold Pinter. He most recently performed Pinter's Monologue at the Royal National Theatre. Film and television credits include The Lion in Winter, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and Gorky Park.  Henry moved to Canada in 1978, serving as Professor of Drama at the University of Saskatchewan from 1983 to 2001.

jean boht


Jean Boht became "a British institution" during the 1980s, playing Nellie Boswell in the BBC hit comedy Bread. Her film and TV credits include Some Mothers Do Have 'em, Juliet Bravo, and Mothers and Daughters. In 2006 she starred in Embers along with Jeremy Irons at the Duke of York Theatre in London. smallfilm marks her first appearance in a Canadian production.

richard lawrence


Richard Lawrence arrived in the Yukon in 1978 to work as a reporter with the Yukon News. Journalistic stints included writing and performing comedy sketches for CBC Radio and articles for Maclean's Magazine and the Globe and Mail. After a hiatus to obtain a master's degree in English and Drama, Richard formed Elsa Entertainment, a Yukon film production company. smallfilm is his eighth project and third short drama.

rachel grantham


Rachel Grantham has lived for 18 years in the Yukon, where she has been a professional vaudevillian, musician, conductor, and teacher. In 1998 she formed a production company with her husband, writer and director Richard Lawrence. Their projects have been broadcast nationally on CBC-TV and APTN, covering northern-themed documentary, arts and drama.

jeremy edwardes

executive producer

Jeremy Edwardes is the vice-president and manager for Coptor Productions Inc., a film and television production company in Toronto. He grew up performing Shakespeare at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, and later branched out into music performance, composition, and art therapy. He was Associate Producer on the Oscar-winning animation Ryan, and on its companion documentary Alter Egos.

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