emily-rose kilpatrick

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Emily-Rose is the proud owner of a double-barreled name and yes, she's heard of that movie. But you see, it's really not the same at all because that girl didn't have a hyphen it was both her first and last name and hey did you know Laura Linney and Tom Wilkinson both have starring roles but seriously what were they thinking they are so much better than that piece of garbage although have you actually seen the movie because Emily-Rose refuses to and NO she cannot perform exorcisms but will maybe attempt one if you bake her a pie.

chris coutts

Chris: Chris worked previously on The Autobiography of Jane Eyre. His hobbies include physics, climbing things, and misquoting Shakespeare. He also likes pie.

christina bialik

Previously a writer for The Autobiography of Jane Eyre, Christina has returned to the Kalamatea writing room. Or rather, the writer’s room returned to Christina’s living room, thus allowing her to share the wealth of her gigantic stash of tea. Although the letter from Hogwarts has been tied up in Canada Post, she is assured that it will arrive any day now. Really. In the meantime, Christina is progressing in Karate. She has a BA in Writing from the University of Victoria. These days she hopes merely to survive the robot uprising.

kyle d'odorico

A recent graduate of the University of Victoria's writing program, Kyle is a filmmaker with a particular slant towards writing and cinematography. When he's not working on films, he's usually growing far too close to people far too quickly. He also picked up a habit of writing love poetry as a teenager (seriously). Don't ask to see them, though. He will read them to you when he drinks too much.

Ryan Bright

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Ryan is an award winning screenwriter and filmmaker working out of Vancouver. He is the writer of the short film ‘TIL DEATH, about a ten year old boy who sets out on a journey to bring his soulmate back to life. The film screened at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival as part of Telefilm's Not Short on Talent showcase, and Ryan won the Best Screenplay Award at the Vancouver Short Film Festival for the script. 

Ryan's script for the short film SACRIFICE was a winner of Vancouver's Crazy 8s Competition in 2014. He is a co-creator of the Telus funded web series GREEN-ISH. His latest short films, RESET and CAW, received BravoFact and Canadian Arts Council grants. Both are currently in post production.

Ryan completed his undergrad at the University of Victoria in Creative Writing and is currently finishing his MFA at UBC with a focus on screenwriting.