|Josephine Anderson is a documentary filmmaker committed to making a positive difference by engaging people in fresh and meaningful discussion. She was awarded “Best Director” by Nokia N8: Direct and Project for her short film NORMAL DESIGN (which happens to star her now co-director, Brittany Baxter, drinking coffee at an alarmingly fast rate). Josephine is an alumnus of Berlinale Talent Campus 2011 and of DOXA Connexions 2010, a joint partnership between DOXA Documentary Film Festival and the National Film Board of Canada, where she made a short documentary called LOVE LIFE. Her first film, THE JANITOR, was nominated for Labour Video of the Year (LabourStart), was an official selection for DC Labor FilmFest 2010, and was invited to screen at McMaster University. She believes in informed, unfaltering optimism.||
Brittany Baxter is a multimedia artist, filmmaker, and writer. She has a penchant for challenging status quo through publicly accessible art and has created pieces for exhibitions and festivals all over Western Canada. Brittany has spent the better part of the last couple of years, working with her friends at the Treefort Lab. Collective to co-write, produce, and edit The Bike Heist, a feature-length bromantic caper film coming to theatres near you summertime in the future. Brittany is always open to insanely zany grassroots production ideas and oftentimes needs to be forcibly removed from the computer when she indulges in her borderline obsession with freakerusa.com. Brittany met Josephine on the set of a web series and the rest, as they say, is history, glorious history.