Writer, Director, and Producer
Discovering her love of stories and art at a young age led Sunny to pursue film in university, receiving a Bachelor's Degree at Capilano University. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, she calls Vancouver home. When she's not busy reading Vonnegut, getting lost in the mountains, or daydreaming about her next backpacking trip, she spends her days drinking too much coffee, writing, and working on her passion projects.
She wrote and directed three short films in the past year: 'Ataraxia', funded by BC Arts Council premiered at the Oscar-Qualitfying festival Hollyshorts 2022. 'Millie Did It' is scheduled to broadcast on CBC Reflections in March 2023. And her latest short 'Hope is the Thing with Feathers', funded by BC Arts Council, was just finished.
Currently, Sunny is developing her first feature film and finishing her Master's Degree in Barcelona, Spain.
Jesse Copeland is an emerging film producer from Vancouver BC. A lifetime film buff - he graduated Capilano University’s Bachelor of Motion Picture Arts Program in 2015. Over the past four years, he’s worked closely with a production company as an Associate Producer and Production Associate in feature documentary and television drama. Jesse has worked as a post-production coordinator and managed successful social media campaigns on many films. Jesse has produced multiple short films that have screened at international film festivals.