Chris Hsiung is an engineer turned award-winning documentary filmmaker. He runs Hidden Story Productions, an organization dedicated to using documentary storytelling to nurture a more compassionate, just, and intelligent society. His journey has taken him from Kathmandu where Nepalese youth push for better water sanitation to local Alberta Indigenous communities who struggle to be recognized in their own home. Chris directed and produced the award winning documentary “Elder in the Making”. He is currently the Executive Producer for over 30 short documentary films to be exhibited at the new Royal Alberta Museum and continues to create important stories for broadcast and education.
Rio is a documentary artist and mountaineer who’s life, love and work often stay close to the great Continental Divide – straddling the glaciers, mountains, drainages and stories of Alberta and BC. Her work explores land-based relations; stories of people which may overlap to tell the story of a Place. Coming from a background of directing documentary theatre and community-gatherings, Fox Chaser is Rio’s directorial debut in documentary film.
Danny Cox is a cinematographer, adventurer and recovering mechanical engineer. Concerned with social and environmental issues, Danny defected from cubicle life 12 years ago to pursue filmmaking as a tool for positive change. He likes anything outdoors and photogenic, and all else equal is happiest when hanging out with mountain goats. His work steeps in stories of land, wildlife and wildpeople and seeks to inoculate the masses with the radness.
Dewi is an award winning music composer, producer & recording artist with extensive experience delivering quality creative audio: music, sound design & voice recordings for the; film, television, commercial, digital, interactive, theatrical, live performance, and event industries. He has a lifetime of experience working with visionary traditional and digital advertising creative, as well as performing organizations, artists and special event producers.