Cole Vandale (Vernon) is a Métis actor born in the small town of Invermere BC. He attended the Company of Rogues actors studio and has appeared on screen in Hell on Wheels and The Revenant.
After studying in New York City, Cole worked in the film industry Calgary as a Grip, LX, and Camera Assistant to continue his education in filmmaking.
Cole is an Alumni artist in residence from Skwachays Lodge pursuing his career as an actor while developing his limited series Starlight — a continuation on his Sundance Ignite Fellowship finalist film — and his original feature Indian in the Child.
Jordan Waunch is a Vancouver based Métis performing artist, public speaker, and emerging filmmaker. A graduate of the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s Film And Television Production Program, Jordan has gone on to build a career as a professional casting associate at the Vancouver based casting facility Studio 3 Media. In 2019 he directed the project “Sisters Of Sorrow” through StoryHive’s first ever Indigenous Storyteller Edition, created the Indigenous language documentary “Seeking Our Stories” which was supported by the Indigenous Screen Office and Netflix through their cultural mentorship program, and is currently producing the Queer Indigenous horror film “Terror/Forming”. His most recent directing project “Shadow Of The Rougarou” is playing on APTN’s streaming service Lumi.
Tyson Night is from the prairies of Saulteaux First Nations, Saskatchewan. Tyson grew up reciting poetry by famous authors, competing in poetry showcases, and writing his own work while developing his passion for performance. In 2015, he worked at Banff Theatre Alberta, joining as a creator/performer in Banff Theatre Collective. This ignited Tyson into the improv world, participating in cabarets, and always trying out new material for audiences. Tyson has many testimonials in his medium.
Tyson is a current Artist in Residence Participant at Skwachays Lodge, perusing his playwriting/acting/performances career.