STORY LINE: 11 year old orphan AMY is delivered to a Home For Disturbed Children, where she is bullied by the other children in residence. A little girl who only wants to dance, Amy knows that bad things happen when she straps on her toe shoes — very bad things…
Producer: Kris McRonney
Co-Producer: Alicia Bernbaum
Associate Producer: Julie Bruns
Director: Christopher Graham
Casting Director: Megan Bayliss
In this fantastical tale, a young girl struggles with the loss of her parents in a freak accident as she learns to embrace what she truly loves, dancing, and its chilling consequence.
Christopher Graham, Director
Christopher Graham is one of the founders of Bad Cookie Pictures. He’s been a pillar to the indie horror community, working in production design and recently taking on writing and directing. He’s had international success with his film PAINT THE TOWN RED and much attention from his recent VR piece . He prides himself on a unique style and eye for genre.
Zlatina Pacheva, Writer
Zlatina Pacheva has been working in independent film in Vancouver for the past four years in varying capacities – including unit publicity and production design. As a writer, three of her scripts have been turned into short films, which have screened worldwide. Her web series, DEAR DIARY, was consistently in the Top 5 at VanChan and she is currently in pre-production for Season 2. In her spare time, Zlatina volunteers with Raindance Vancouver and is the co-director of the Vancouver Short Film Festival.
Kris McRonney, Producer
Kris McRonney is a Toronto native living in Vancouver and has appeared in the Lifetime original movie ONE ANGRY JUROR, CW’s ARROW and E!’s THE ARRANGEMENT. He also played a lead role in the Frostbite Productions web-series drama THE LAST FALL OF ASHES. As a producer, Kris successfully pitched the award-winning web-series NIGHT OWL HIGH to TELUS STORYHIVE which received 50K to create a 6-episode series for TELUS OptikTV. Since then, Kris has produced three short films: PAPER CRANES, SONDER and THE THINGS I COULDN’T SAY.