Kejd Kuqo was born in Albania in 1989 and emigrated in 2000 to North America, where he developed a passion for directing and film production. Kejd is recent graduate of the Film and Television Program at Humber College, in Toronto, where he majored in directing and feature film production. Kejd directed the short documentary Building on Sand, which is currently screening at festivals, and recently wrote and directed the war drama Bosniak. He is currently developing a feature documentary and co-developing a feature film called The Translator. He is also the co-creator of the family factual TV show Grandpa Gamers, which is currently being optioned by Cineflix. Kejd is the recipient of the 2015 Kenneth Post Achievement Award for Excellence in Cinematography.
Brittany Sheehan is a graduate of the Advanced Diploma in Film and Television Production Program at Humber College. In this program, she expanded her film knowledge in all aspects of filmmaking. In 2012, she received her Honours B.A in a four- year program in film studies and literature from Carleton University. Brittany produced the short documentary Building on Sand and the short Bosniak, both of which are screening at film festivals across North America. She is also a co-developer of the family factual television show Grandpa Gamers, which is being optioned by Cineflix. Currently, Brittany is a coordinator at Tendril Design and Animation while she builds her skills as a producer in Toronto.