Recent Screenings & Projects at MoGood Talent…

Kyla Wise, Audrey Wise Alvarez and Sean Aiken star in Indie feature FSM.
World Premiere at the Whistler Film Festival 2015; and was the official selection at the Boomtown Film & Music Festival, 2016 and The Vancouver International Women’s FilmFestival, 2016.





FSM explores the world of underground raves and online dating through the eyes of Samantha, a female DJ grappling with the ups and downs of hookup culture in her search for meaningful connection.

With Vancouver as a backdrop for Samantha’s experiences, the film will showcases iconic locations in the Kitsilano and East Vancouver neighborhoods.A filmmaker’s love letter to Vancouver, the city plays a huge role in the emotional story of the characters. Local talent in the underground music scene provided original music and appeared in cameos in the film.

12244634_914785978558786_2393737631707252818_oWriter, Director, Producer Melanie M. Jones
Producers Melanie Jones, Bernie Yao, Alex Cichon, Cindy Bruce,
Executive Producers Avi Federgreen, Trish Dolman
Director of Photography Shawn Seifert
Cast: Vanessa Crouch (Hard Rock Medical, Neighbors), Georgie Daburas (Hitman 101, Supernatural, Untold Stories of the ER), Sean Aiken (One Week Job Project), Kyla Wise (Intelligence, Stargate: Atlantis, Psych, Catch and Release), Daniel Mallinson (Almost Human, The Killing, Becoming Sophie), Jessica Heafey (Supernatural, A Night for Dying Tigers), Daniel Arnold (Lawrence & Holloman, Fringe, The Killing), Nneka Croal (Supernatural, Falling Skies, The 4400), Paolo Maiolo (Interspecies Dating, Bad Parenting, Julia Harnett (So You Think You Can Dance Canada, Psych), Patriz Fomitchev, Hannah Pedersen (Aveline’s Window, Supernatural), Garrett Black (Supernatural, Once Upon A Time in Wonderland, Fringe, Behind the 8 Ball), Debra Sears (Untold Stories of the ER, The Birdwatcher), Heather Roberts (Manhood, Rest Stop)
Featuring Music by: Howl Sound, South of Bloor, Kasey Riot, Blackmill, KIDS, Jodi Pederson, Phil Woolf, Best Night Ever, Dominique Fricot, J.P. Maurice, and Chersea.

Kyla Wise and Sean Aiken:




Audrey Wise Alvarez:

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Kyla Wise stars in The Persistence of Vision (POV) Film Festival film “Collages“.


Kyla Wise 5BRunning for its 26th year, POV Film Festival is one of the longest running film festivals in Vancouver. POV was founded in 1989 by director Lynne Stopkewich (Kissed, Suspicious River, The L-Word) and Producer Stephen Hegyes (Brightlight Pictures). Over the last two decades, POV has served as a launching ground for the careers of many of Canada’s top filmmakers, including Mina Shum (Double Happiness), Bruce Sweeney (Excited), James Liston (Severed), Julian Clarke (District 9), Greg Middleton (Passchendaele), Gwen Haworth (She’s a Boy I Knew), Nimisha Mukerji and Philip Lyall (65_RedRoses).

POV26’s provocative, edgy short films depict the work of emerging filmmakers entering the Vancouver film industry. These surprisingly candid films brazenly explore delicate topics through the confident gaze of their generation. Past POV films have screened at multiple international film festivals including TIFF, VIFF, Cannes and Berlin.





Naika’s back in town!

NaikaToussaintNaika Toussaint recurs on Syfy’s series Van Helsing, episodes 106-107.

Executive Producers: Chad Oakes, Mike Frislev, Neil LaBute, Simon Barry, Evan Tylor, Daniel March, Dave Brown
Producer: Chris Rudolph
Director: Amanda Tapping

SERIES SYNOPSIS: The year is 2021. It has been three years since the human world fell to the vampire rising. Vampires now rule without mercy and humans are reduced to living the life of survivors or prey.  In this bleak wasteland, a group of humans seek to turn the tide and reclaim the country…


Jason’s psyched!

JasonBempong1Jason Bempong wraps on Wayward Pines.

Wayward Pines, last summer’s No. 1 scripted series on broadcast television, returns for a second season Wednesday, May 25 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. From executive producer M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, The Visit), the 10-episode, psychological thriller is based on the rich world created by author Blake Crouch in his international best-selling series of books.

Starring Jason Patric (Rush, Narc), two-time Academy Award nominee Djimon Hounsou (Blood Diamond, In America) and Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Hope Davis (American Crime, The Newsroom), the second season will pick up after the shocking events of Season One, with the residents of Wayward Pines battling against the iron-fisted rule of the First Generation. Dr. Theo Yedlin (Patric) – a new resident of Wayward Pines – awakens from suspended animation and finds himself in the middle of this rebellion, as he tries to understand what Wayward Pines really is and help preserve the endangered human race.

Also joining the second season are cast members Tom Stevens (Cedar Cove), returning from Season One as Jason Higgins, a member of the First Generation and Pilcher’s young acolyte; Nimrat Kaur (Homeland) as Rebecca, who has her own secrets she keeps from Theo, her husband; Josh Helman (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men: Days of Future Past) as Xander, a resident working to undermine Wayward Pines from within; and Kacey Rohl (Hannibal) as Kerry, one of Jason’s lieutenants in the civil war going on in Wayward Pines.

Additionally, several Season One cast members will appear in Season Two, including Terrence Howard, Carla Gugino, Toby Jones, Melissa Leo, Tim Griffin, Shannyn Sossamon and Charlie Tahan.

Wayward Pines is a production of 20th Century Fox Television. The series is executive-produced by Donald De Line (Green Lantern, The Italian Job), Ashwin Rajan (Devil, The Visit), Blake Crouch and M. Night Shyamalan. Mark Friedman (Believe, The Forgotten) also serves as executive producer and showrunner.


Deb’s big break?

DebFinkelDeborah Finkel finishes shooting on Fox’s Prison Break – revival season 5.

Starring Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell.

Back in 2010 – a year after Prison Break originally wrapped – series lead Wentworth Miller implied that the show was unlikely to return:

“I feel as though we told the story we intended to tell. That’s something that’s very rare in television – that you’re allowed closure – and we were.”?

In the series finale The Final Break, Miller’s character architect Michael Scofield was left as dead and buried.

Five years on and Miller was re-teamed with his former co-star and screen sibling Dominic Purcell on The FlashPurcell was Heatwave, and Miller was Captain Cold on the superhero series, and their reunion sparked a new interest in Prison Break.

Prison Break” has now started filming its fifth season with a new member added to the team, Faran Tahir. The fifth season would pick it up from where the “Prison Break” season 4 had ended, but with a twist.

Lead star Wentworth Miller will be reprising his role as Michael Scofield, and the new season will be based on a rescue mission to take imprisoned Scofield out of the jail in Yemen after being held as a prisoner over there for the past years after surviving his death. Tahir as Jamil would be his fellow cellmate with whom Michael is going to have a close connection.

Despite the fact that Michael died at the end of the series, the plot will give a “logical and believable” explanation for how the characters survived and are “still moving around the world”.


Grayson’s no imposter…

GraysonMaxwellGurnseyGrayson Maxwell Gurnsey wraps on CBS’s episodic series, Impastor, Episode #204.

Executive Producers:  Christopher Vane, Eric Tannenbaum & Kim Tannenbaum
Writer: Christopher Vane
Director: Richard Coleman

Buddy Dobbs (Michael Rosenbaum), a slacker on the run from a loan shark, steals a man’s identity and ends up posing as a small town’s new gay pastor.
Buddy Dobbs is in a rut. The slacker has a gambling debt that he’s trying to escape, which leads him to a bridge that he is getting ready to jump off. Before he does, however, a reverend shows up and talks him down. Things take a turn after the reverend slips off the bridge and falls to his death, leaving Buddy the opportunity to steal the man’s identity. Buddy begins to settle in to his new life as a pastor in a small, tight-knit town with the help of his preppy new assistant, Dora, alluring church treasurer Alexa and enthusiastic secretary Russell. He takes to the new gig quickly, because curing sex-crazed teenagers and stealing weed from young people are right up his alley. Despite Buddy’s quick assimilation into the role, church president Alden Schmidt senses something isn’t right. Back home, Buddy’s ex-girlfriend, Leanne, is forced to clean up the mess he left behind.


Gerry’s on the rise…

Gerry South books a roll on ABC Miniseries, “When We Rise“.

GerrySouthABC is reassembling the team of the 2008 movie Milk for another project about the gay rights movement, eight-hour miniseries When We Rise. Milk director Gus Van Sant has joined the mini, written/executive produced by Milk writer Dustin Lance Black and executive produced by the film’s producer Bruce Cohen. The project, which had been in development at ABC for more than two years, has now been officially greenlighted for production with Van Sant directing the first two-hour episode. He will executive produce the mini alongside Black, Cohen and Laurence Mark.
When We Rise”chronicles the personal and political struggles, set-backs and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today. The period piece tells the history of the gay rights movement, starting with the Stonewall Riots in 1969.

The miniseries is an important passion project for Black, who was raised in a Mormon house in Texas. Since breaking out in Hollywood, the writer/producer has worked tirelessly for marriage equality and gay rights, and spoke of the matter, while delivering his acceptance speech at the 2009 Academy Awards.

Aside from “Milk,” which starred Sean Penn as the title character, Black’s other credits include Leonardo DiCaprio’s 2011 film “J. Edgar” and HBO’s “Big Love”. Most recently, Van Sant directed Matthew McConaughey’sThe Sea of Trees,” and most famously was at the helm of “Good Will Hunting”. On the TV side, Van Sant was an exec producer on Kelsey Grammer’s Starz series “Boss”.

Michael K. Williams (Boardwalk Empire, The Wire) and Ivory Aquino have joined the cast of ABC’s eight-hour miniseries about the gay rights movement. In addition, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O’Donnell, Denis O’Hare and David Hyde Pierce are set as guest stars in the seven-part series. Production is currently underway in Vancouver and San Francisco with an air date TBD.

Williams will play African American Community Organizer Ken Jones. Aquino is transgender activist Cecilia Chung. Goldberg is Pat Norman, the first openly gay employee of the San Francisco Health Department, O’Donnell plays Del Martin, co-founder of the first Lesbian organization in the country, O’Hare is Jim Foster, openly gay Democratic party organizer, and Pierce will play Dr. Jones, Cleve’s father.

Rachel Griffiths, Mary-Louise Parker, and Guy Pearce also star.

Kylee on the move…

KyleeDawsonKylee Dawson books a role on Showcase and Netflix’sTravelers“.

Netflix has come on board Travelers, an original time-traveling sci-fi series starring Eric McCormack (Will & Grace, Perception). Netflix is teaming on the project with Canadian TV channel Showcase, which will air the series in Canada, with Netflix carrying it exclusively everywhere the service is available outside of Canada.

Also cast in the series, which starts production today in Vancouver, are MacKenzie Porter, Jared Abrahamson, J. Alex Brinson, Nesta Cooper, Reilly Dolman, Patrick Gilmore, Arnold Pinnock, Dylan Playfair and Ian Tracey.

Created and written by Brad Wright, co-creator of Stargate SG-1 and creator of related franchises Stargate: Atlantis and SGU, Travelers is set hundreds of years from now when the last surviving humans discover the means of sending consciousness back through time, directly into people in the 21st century.  These “travelers” assume the lives of seemingly random people, while secretly working as teams to perform missions in order to save humanity from a terrible future.

These travelers are: FBI Special Agent Grant MacLaren (McCormack), the team’s leader; Marcy (Porter), a young, intellectually disabled woman in the care of her social worker, David (Gilmore);?Trevor (Abrahamson), a high school quarterback; Carly (Cooper), a single mom in an abusive relationship;  and Philip (Dolman), a heroin-addicted college student. Armed only with their knowledge of history and an archive of social media profiles, the travelers discover that 21st century lives and relationships are as much a challenge as their high-stakes missions.

The pilot episode is being directed by Nick Hurran (Sherlock), with Canadians Andy Mikita (Lost Girl), Helen Shaver (Vikings), Martin Wood (Killjoys), Will Waring (Continuum), and Amanda Tapping (Continuum) tapped to direct subsequent episodes.

Travelers is produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment Inc., in association with Showcase and Netflix.

Back by popular demand…

Tyson_GreySweaterTyson Bellusci – Recurs on Wayward Pines, Episode #204.

Wayward Pines is an American mystery science fiction television series . The series premiered on Fox on May 14, 2015, and the first season concluded on July 23, 2015. On December 9, 2015, Fox renewed the series for a second season which is set to premiere on May 25, 2016

Executive producer M. Night Shyamalan brings Blake Crouch’s best-selling trilogy of novels, “Pines,” to life in this psychological, mind-bending thriller about a mysterious small town in Idaho called Wayward Pines. Visitors and natives of the unusual town struggle to understand the complex origins of Wayward Pines, what the town really is — and if there is a way to get out. As explosive and shocking events unfold, it becomes clear that a civil war is emerging, and that the human race is in danger.

Wayward-Pines-2-300The series stars Matt Dillon as Ethan Burke, a U.S. Secret Service agent investigating the disappearance of two fellow agents in the mysterious small town of Wayward Pines, Idaho. Ethan awakens from a car accident unable to contact the outside world, and unable to leave. He finds one of the agents dead and the other, his former lover Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino), settled down in the seemingly idyllic town. But the inhabitants of Wayward Pines are trapped there by a set of rules enforced by the strict Sheriff Arnold Pope (Terrence Howard), and any attempt to escape is punished by a public execution known as a “reckoning.” Ethan works to discover the truth, and has to make hard choices when he does.