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    Kagan Goh was born in 1969 in Singapore. He studied film in Toronto at Ryerson Polytechnical University.  His controversial documentary film, Mind Fuck, about the phone sex industry won several awards including TVO Telefest ’96 1st Prize Long Documentary category. For his trilogy Stolen Memories, Breaking The Silence and Mary Seki In Memorium, Kagan has solicited and garnered the active support and involvement of the Japanese Canadian community. Kagan now resides in Vancouver.





    Imtiaz Popat is a media producer working in video production and radio. He produced and directed a short documentary called Hate Can Kill, about the murder of the caretaker of a Sikh Temple in Surrey by white supremacist Skinheads. He also directed a short called Khar Ki Khani for the Daisy Chain Project produced by Kevin Desouza. He is the Executive Producer for Breaking the Silence, a short documentary about Mary Seki and her brother Akihide John Otsuji which has come out of making Stolen Memories.

    He has also worked on other projects such as Getting Married, produced by Nilesh Patel and directed by Rani Sandhu for City TV, as well as an IMAX docudrama called India - Kingdom of the Tiger. He is currently working on producing other documentaries and short projects and also producing and hosting The Rational, Bulland Awaaz and Mirch Masala on Vancouver CO-OP Radio. 




    In the capacity of picture and sound editor Joe Fitzpatrick has had a long and storied career spanning 25 years. Mr. Fitzpatrick learned his craft at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario. After his film studies, he was recruited as an editor with CBC’s distinguished biographical film unit headed by journalist Patrick Watson. After an interval of several years working on various documentary series such as the award winning The Canadian Establishment, Lawyers and The Chinese, Joe moved on to work with the award winning studio Crawley Films, largely in the field of animation. As senior editor, Joe has worked on over a hundred projects, many of them having won prestigious awards. Among those were gold medals at The New York and Houston International Film Festivals.




    Gregor Hagey has completed nearly 200 projects as a Director of Photography. His body of work includes features, documentaries, music videos, commercials, and shorts.

    Recent TV credits include the new Showcase series Pure Pwnage, 2nd Unit for the CBS/CTV series, Flashpoint and select episodes of CBC’s The Border. Before that, he lensed Rob Stefaniuk’s latest feature, Suck - which guest-stars Malcolm McDowell, Alice Cooper, Moby, Iggy Pop, and Henry Rollins. In 2009 he garnered his fourth and fifth CSC nomination for his work on the series, Mayday: Fatal Distraction, and the music video, In My Arms, for the Randy Rogers Band. He also lensed Alex Ogus' campaign for Go Go Break Steady (Taxi) which was a finalist at the 2009 Bessies.




    Japanese-Canadian musician Ron Korb plays flutes from China, Japan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Ireland and Norway. His mother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older cousins were all interned in the interior of BC during WW11.

    Ron graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in music performance and has gone on to perform at The Smithsonian Institution, Madison Square Gardens, Heian Shrine in Kyoto, Japan, The National Theatre in Panama and has had three tours in Mainland China.

    Ron has played on over seventy major motion picture soundtracks by such directors as Ang Lee, Atom Egoyan, Mira Nair, John Woo, Robert Lepage and James Ivory.



    Neil Burnett is a BC-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer, and recording artist. He has composed music for stage, multi-media and visual art shows, and for film and television. His credits include St. Patrick, the Man and the Myth; Dark Arc; Birthdays and other Traumas (for which he was Leo nominated); and the CBC series Dragon Boys.