Director: Lily Hui
Producer: Lily Hui
Writer: Pamela Jones
Editor: Elisabeth Pechlaner
Synopsis: A cantankerous cabbie at the end of his shift picks up a retiring music teacher and their lives take a surprising detour.
Screening Time: 12:15 pm
Saturday, September 24th, 2016
Wilshire Screening Room
Lily Hui: Director, Lily recently produced Seasons 1 and 2 of the hit series "UnReal" for Lifetime/A&E. She is currently prepping to produce Season 3. Her 30 year list of credits includes: "Mistresses" for ABC Studios, "Endgame", "Some Assembly Required" and "Package Deal" for Thunderbird Films among projects for the likes of Warner Brothers and MGM in addition to many TV series pilots, films and independent projects. "A Fare" is her first film project as a director.
PAMELA JONES: Screenwriter As the head of StoryMaker Entertainment, Pam has several projects in development including a TV series, a feature film and several shorts. She has written for Knowledge Network for the past twelve years and is also a primary voice talent. A grad of UBC in theatre and BCIT in broadcasting, Pam also co-owns Soundswrite where she writes, voices, and produces for clients such as CTV, Global TV, TransLink, REMAX and many others. She has crafted press kits for more than thirty TV and feature films for publicists in Canada and the U.S. and has served as talk show producer for several major market radio stations. Pam is the recipient of the BC Broadcasters Gold Medal and the Bill Smith Copywriting Award and serves on the Advisory Board for BCIT and on the Board of Women and Film and Television.
ETHEL PITCHFORD (Mabel): Ethel enjoyed a long career with a Canadian national airline, living in Winnipeg, Montreal, and Toronto prior to moving to Vancouver, where after she retired, she settled to pursue a new career in the film industry. Ethel has kept busy with extensive work in independent film projects including The Wake of Thomas O’Leary for David Tenniswood and Hobostop for Katrin Bowen among many others. She has appeared in several television series such as Untold Stories of the E.R. and in commercials and corporate videos for clients such as Subaru and Pfizer. Ethel received festival nominations for “Best Actress” for her roles in two short films - We’ll Meet Again and Mrs. Teddy.
ELYSE MALOWAY (Jennifer): Elyse is a recent graduate of Capilano College’s Musical Theatre program. A triple threat with a love of acting, singing and dancing, she recently starred as Lucy Seward in Dracula for the Royal Canadian Theatre Company. Other theatre credits include Hairspray for Theatre Under the Stars, The Secret Garden for Exit 22 Theatre, Godspell for Arbutus Studio, Twelfth Night for Bard in the Valley and Lion in Winter for White Rock Players. Elyse has appeared in several television productions. A Fare marks her film debut.