ABOUT THE TEAM:
HAUI aka HOWARD J. DAVIS - DIRECTOR/WRITER/PRODUCER
HAUI is a diverse multi-disciplinary entrepreneur of many artistic trades including filmmaking, performing & visual arts. He was the recipient of ByBlack’s People’s Choice Award for Best Filmmaker in 2019. Career highlights so far have been directing his internationally screened and award-winning short film C’est Moi about the history of Marie-Josephe Angelique, working with Marie Clements on her feature film Red Snow, working with Tantoo Cardinal on an upcoming project and a new Black Opera about the history of Canadian singer Portia White which is currently in development through the support of the Ontario Arts Council https://www.haui.ca
JACK FOX - PRODUCER
Jack Fox is a Vancouver-based producer and director for TV, film and radio. His projects vary in genre, format and scope from Metro Vancouver’s PSA ad campaigns, “Create Memories Not Garbage” and “Think Thrice” to 70 episodes for OutlookTV, an LGBTQ magazine show, to feature-length documentaries for OUTtv: Fountain of Age, Changing Keys: the Sara Davis Buechner Story and Why Go Through That? Jack was also instrumental in producing the first ever transgender sitcom The Switch. On the airwaves Jack produced 4 hours of content weekdays for Roundhouse Radio’s morning show with host Gene Valaitis. During this time he successfully booked high profile talent including Cynthia Germanotta, Henry Winkler, Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue for half hour radio interviews. Jack’s current passion project involves editing down 20 hours of interview footage into a 2-hour documentary, telling one woman’s story of her life during the Jewish Holocaust. https://www.jackfoxmedia.com/
“Froot”, a new streaming service dedicated to queer and allied audiences. While Froot is a UK and Ireland exclusive platform for now, the people behind it are no strangers to queer programming – Froot is owned by OMG (OUTtv Media Group), the world’s largest provider and aggregator of original LGBTQ+ television content, with channels in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the United States It includes dramas, documentaries and reality programmes such as Trixie Mattel: Skinny Legend, House of Drag, Boystown and more. The new service will be available via iOS and Android apps, on a browser, and on Roku and Amazon Fire TV streaming devices. It costs £2.99/month or £29.99/year, and there’s a free 7-days trial for new subscribers.