Mickey isn’t one to share their feelings. But after a winter break fling, everything changes. Will they work up the courage to express how they really feel?

  • Stevey Hunter
  • Stevey Hunter
  • Chelsea Innes
  • Stevey Hunter
  • Stevey Hunter
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  • Ursula Calder
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  • Peter Sarty
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  • Chelsea Innes
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    5 minutes 19 seconds
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    June 29, 2023
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    225 USD
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Director Biography - Stevey Hunter

Stevey Hunter (they/them) is a queer trans non-binary director, actor, writer, and comedian. They have worked on numerous productions in Nova Scotia such as Diggstown, Moonshine, and From. In 2021, they decided to go beyond acting and wrote and directed their first film Not a Woman through AFCOOP's Film 1 program. Stevey began Friends First Productions with their partner Peter Sarty; a multi-media company that prioritizes queer stories. They are a celebrated theatre creator, most notably for their play FAT JULIET, which was nominated for 12 Theatre Nova Scotia Merritt Awards. They are also a member of award winning improv company: Hello City and have performed and taught improv across the country. As a fat queer trans person, Stevey is passionate about filmmaking and creating worlds that prioritize perspectives that haven't always gotten the spotlight they deserve.

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Director Statement

I’m passionate about creating queer films that also showcase a trans person’s perspective. I love telling stories with simple themes, such as falling in love, but through a queer lens. Although elements are different, so much of it showcases universal experiences and feelings. But I know that representation can make a world of a difference. If I had the opportunity to have grown up seeing more queer and trans content, I most likely would have found my authentic self much sooner.