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Monica Trevisan, a gifted painter from a strict religious family with a history of car accidents is surrounded by those who are unable to come out of the closet or are going back into it. She makes a bold choice to come out, stay out and live her truth in love and art.

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Writer Biography - Stephanie J Alexander

Stephanie Alexander is a graduate of Queen's University with a double major in English and Drama. She is also a graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada's three-year playwriting program, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts Summer Acting Program, and The Humber School for Writers where she obtained a master’s degree in Creative Writing.
Among her produced plays are: Hemlock (DuMaurier Theatre, Geordie Theatre, Factory Theatre), Me and the City Man (Tarragon Theatre) and Charters (aka The Humanitarian) which was produced at the Factory Theatre and partially developed at the Canadian Stage Company.
She then began working in film in various aspects of production and worked many seasons at TIFF. She moved to California for three years to obtain working knowledge of TV and film production where she worked on many different shows at many different studios including Judge Judy, The Queen Latifah Show, Happily Divorced and The Exes.
She now lives in Vancouver, BC where she works on different film sets in different capacities, including PA work, picture cast, continuity, musician (piano) and general background. She is with In Motion Talent and has recently worked on Virgin River, Firefly Lane and The Good Doctor.
Stephanie has spent the last several years working on her screenwriting portfolio and has completed a spec script of Grey’s Anatomy, as well as four original scripts. She has written a dark comedy feature entitled Antilock, a light adventure romance feature entitled Lost in Italy, and two pilots. The first pilot is a drama thriller entitled Blanco, and the second is a single camera comedy entitled Apple, Tree.

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