Wendy is the cofounder of OFFA and is an award-winning Independent Producer, and was a Television Executive for over 25 years (OUTtv, TVOntario). Wendy has Produced and Executive Produced a diverse range of programming and genres, including documentaries, features, and Reality and lifestyle programming. Wendy has also served as a Juror for many organizations including Innoversity, the Marty Awards, and the Queer2Fly Film Festival.
Tori has been working in various roles in the film and TV industries since 2010. She is currently Project Coordinator, DMR (Digital Media Remastering) at IMAX. She has worked extensively at film festivals, including as Senior Technical Production Coordinator for the Toronto International FIlm Festival and Film Coordinator for TIFF’s Short Cuts and Wavelengths programmes. She has also managed content for the Sundance Film Festival and several community film festivals. She is a graduate of Ryerson University’s RTA School of Media, where she specialized in screenwriting.
Dale Andrews is the Executive Producer at Ginger Cat Studios specializing in short and feature films. Credits include the recent Samuel Goldwyn feature Making Monsters, the Fox Studios short Carved, the international multi-award winning short Latched and the just released short Analog Rainbow. Dale is an Oakville resident who loves supporting new film talent and getting their stories on the big screen.
Sean Buckley is an award-winning producer and entrepreneur with over thirty years of experience. He is the driving force behind Buck Productions, one of the most diverse production houses in North America with an expansive portfolio that spans feature film, television, branded content, documentaries and commercials.
Patricia Scarlett has 25+ years as a Producer/Executive Producer, and is an instructor and Founder of The Media Business Institute. Production credits include: Producer (RasTa: a Soul’s Journey 2011, Rastafari Then and Now 2007).
Tyler began hosting events with OFFA last year, both live and digitally for the OFFA & Sheridan Alumni screening series. He is also the host of Film.Ca Cinemas Presents with Zuzu Video on Demand. For the last five years, Tyler has also been the film critic and arts reporter for Oakville News, also writing about theatre, TV, music, entertainment and live events. Originally from Campbellton, NB, he’s lived in Oakville nearly 25 years. Tyler is a proud Sheridan grad of Journalism and Performing Arts.