Director / Producer
Jevon Boreland is a Canadian Director/Screenwriter/Producer residing in Toronto, Canada, who loves to push the envelope with every film he works on. First introduced to the world of film at the age of 7, Jevon credits watching Wes Craven's Scream as the film that led him down his path as a creative storyteller.
Jevon studied Business Administrative Marketing at Sheridan College while recording and performing his own music, having opened for acts such as Bow Wow and Girlicious to name a few. He then took his love for film and applied it to producing and directing some of his own music videos that would serve as short films. Jevon’s “can’t stop, won’t stop” attitude drove him to graduate from the Film and Television program at Humber College in Toronto where he studied and built on his passion for filmmaking. Always thriving to be the best he can be, Jevon continues to gain the most experience possible from working on small independent projects to popular big budget television series.
Jevon is the recipient of the 2019 Meridian Artists Award for scriptwriting but his recognitions do not stop there. Since his directorial documentary Stripped released in 2018, Jevon has garnered 13 official selections, 5 nominations and 4 awards, 2 of which are for Best Director. Jevon has also received the Award of Excellence from Canada Shorts Film Festival, an official selection at the Top Indie Film Awards for his 2017 film Freedom Roulette, and the Remi Award for the 2018 fantasy short Dawn that he produced and starred in as the voice of ‘Milo’.
Now the co-founder of Dark Wolf Pictures, his passion for high emotion, story, and character driven films influence his filmmaking. Jevon’s latest directorial film is a short drama titled To Kill A Secret (2019) starring Mark Taylor. He is constantly writing innovative narrative material and has numerous projects ready to put forth, one being a feature length action/drama he plans to direct titled CREAM.
Director of Photography / Producer / Editor
"Hustle like an underdog" - the words that Anthony Hunos strongly lives by. A Toronto-based cinematographer, director and editor, his love for filmmaking derived from his childhood hobby of shooting and editing homemade videos. Eager to turn his passion into something more, he graduated from the renowned Film and Television Production program at Humber College where he further honed his talents as a creative.
In 2018, Anthony won Best Cinematography at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards for his work on Stripped (2018). He was later nominated for Best Cinematography at the 2018 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards. His directorial short, Red (2019), received an Official Selection and Award of Commendation at the 2019 Canada Shorts Film Festival. His most recent and notable work includes To Kill A Secret (2019), a short drama starring Mark Taylor in which he was the Director of Photography. Anthony has also worked in television, with seasons 7 and 8 of Insight Production’s Big Brother Canada being his latest.
As the co-founder of Dark Wolf Pictures, Anthony’s goal is to tell authentic stories. More importantly, Anthony aims to inspire and strengthen Asian representation in the film industry, and he hopes to be a continuous part of pushing diversity forward. His love for the arts and his ongoing desire for artistic collaboration are what he continues to take with him throughout his career.
A professional dancer and filmmaker, Talia Woodland is a multi-media artist from Whitehorse, Yukon. Wearing many creative hats, she feels adept both in front of and behind the camera.
A graduate of Humber College’s renowned Film & Television Production program, her foray into documentary filmmaking began with her as picture editor on the critically acclaimed short, Stripped. From there, she worked as a camera operator on several short film projects, which led to her role as Cinematographer on the short musical drama, Lola Jones. Talia is excited to be releasing her directorial debut, a hip-hop dance documentary entitled All It Gives.
Her strong connection to the dance community comes from the work she has done with Borealis Soul, a multimedia dance and theatre company from Whitehorse Yukon. Her hard work at Humber earned her the 2019 Women in Film Award. A recent graduate, Talia is interning with celebrated Canadian filmmaker Liz Marshall and continuing her dance work with Borealis Soul.
Talia is excited to continue working on diverse multimedia projects in Toronto, Whitehorse and beyond.
1st Camera Operator
Mitchell McEwan was born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario. Mitchell graduated Humber College in April of 2019 from the Film and Television Production Program with honours in all six of his semesters. He just recently finished an internship at Insight Productions where he got to work on the 2019 Juno Awards and the 7th annual Canadian Screen Awards.
Mitchell has most recently written and directed a multi-award winning Public Service Announcement for the Trek for Teens Foundation where they look to raise funds and create awareness for homeless youth across Canada. Besides directing the 2018 comedy Constitution Check, he recently camera operated the 2018 short documentary Stripped, which has won numerous awards throughout different festivals around the world. He also worked as the first assistant director on the Dark Wolf Pictures 2019 films To Kill A Secret and Red. Mitchell was also the editor and supervising sound editor on Red.
Mitchell is a partner at Dark Wolf Pictures and works closely with his collaborators to produce films and content for the company. His dream is to become a director that is well respected and well-known throughout the industry.
Sound Recordist / Mixer
Drawn to filmmaking from an early age, Jacob is fascinated with all aspects of production. A recent graduate of the renowned Film & Television Production Program at Humber College, Jacob’s majors include Production Management and Cinematography. While he aspires to be a Cinematographer, Jacob used his planning and organizational skills to help bring To Kill A Secret (2019) to the screen, marking his producing debut.
He prides himself on his technical knowledge when approaching both camera and lighting, but realizes there is so much more to learn and he looks forward to the on-going learning that comes with collaboration in media production.
To date, Jacob has worked on several short films and PSA’s as Director of Photography, and highlights his most recent work on the short suspense Red (2019), as being one of his most creative learning experiences to date as the production was a night shoot.
Currently Jacob is working with Dark Wolf Pictures as a freelance Producer and Cinematographer. Jacob’s films have screened at multiple film festivals across North America.