When an over-protective Auntie interferes in her (now adult) Niece Lia's life one too many times, Lia takes matters into her own hands.

In Pre-Production
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Cynthia Crofoot

Writer/Producer/Lead Actor

When Monica Mustelier (director) and I decided we wanted to collaborate on another project, she suggested we do something lighthearted, and based on a concept she had we developed this story. It's a comedic take on an over-protective Auntie who is trying to look our for her (now adult) niece. I think it's pretty good.



Monica Mustelier


Nominated for By Black’s People’s Choice Award-Best Black Canadian Film Director 2019, participant in Women In The Director’s Chair-Career Advancement Module, won Writers For Writers Diversity Initiative Award-Toronto Screenwriting Conference, winner of ACTRA’s TAWC Short Film Creation Lab 2020, winner of CineFam Micro Cinema Challenge. Monica short (writer/director) “Weeping Willow” screened internationally, won Best Micro Cinema Short-CineFam FF, Official Selection-Lift-Off Sessions Pinewood Studios UK, Toronto Black FF, Finalist -International Gullah FF. Comedy short, “God Squad”-won Best Actress, Vancouver Short FF (writer/actress), comedy short “The Standoff”-won Audience Choice Award, Vino’s Commercial Festival (actress/writer/director).

Website: Monica Mustelier


Cathleen MacDonald

Producer / 1st AD

Cathleen MacDonald is a Canadian film and television director whose fiction and documentary features, shorts, and series have screened at festivals and have broadcast nationally and globally. She began her creative career as a painter and photographer, then studied graphic design and animation at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and film production at York University. During 1999 – 2001 Cathleen created, directed, and produced the 26-part series WORKING ANIMALS for Discovery Channel Canada, Animal Planet, and Canal D. The series was a collaboration with The Film Works and was distributed by CCI Entertainment to broadcasters worldwide. Building on that success, Cathleen was commissioned by Animal Planet Canada to direct and produce their first original feature, THE ANIMAL IQ TEST. She directed 9 episodes of the CBC series MOVING ON of which her episode THE COURAGE OF SHARON won a Columbus Film Festival Award and was included in CBC’s entry for a Gemini best documentary series nomination. In 2020 she directed DE-ESCALATE, a live-action and animated documentary, produced with support from the Ontario Arts Council. In 2021 Cathleen directed and produced the visually striking 10-part fantasy anthology and art exhibit, THE LOST MUSEUM. Cathleen looks in dark corners to illuminate compelling stories about the human condition and the natural world. Her work achieves critical and commercial success with visually stylish looks and stories grounded in what’s at stake for the characters

Website: www.mpeproductions.ca 

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