When sisters reunite for the first time in years, an unexpected update in one of their lives leads to an evening of drinks, drugs, mysterious cloaked visitors, and pizza that’s, like, 70% probably vegan. Sister Cult is a darkly comedic look at competitive sibling relationships... and the enticing nature of belonging.
Lora Campbell is a transgender non-binary (pronouns they/them) Canadian Screen Award nominated filmmaker, educator and Queer advocate from Newfoundland, Canada who has been creating award winning projects for over a decade. A graduate of the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative FILM 5 Program, the National Screen Institute’s Drama Prize and the Canadian Film Centre’s Producers Lab they now direct and produce film, television and digital series as well as working as a film educator at various film festivals, training programs, and incubators, including the Inside Out Film Festival and the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival.
co-Writer & Actor
Adele Dicks is a Canadian actor and writer best known for Blind Sighted with Kelly MacDonald, Yoga 101, and Note to Self. She is also a cast member of Toronto’s The Sketchersons (Sunday Night Live) where she heads the news desk.
co-writer & Actor
Kristy LaPointe is a writer and actor who can be seen in various series and films including How To Buy A Baby Season 2, Yoga 101and Super Care. Her feature film screenplay Let’s Do This was awarded support from the Harold Greenberg Fund this year and her other short films include Typecast (Bloody Mary Film Fest) and Felt Like Me (Vancouver Miniature Film Fest).
Rakhee Morzaria is a Canadian actor and comedian who wrote, produced and starred in the CBC web series Note To Self. She’s appeared in a variety of television shows and films including CTV’s The Beaverton and Peter Segal’s My Spy starring Dave Bautista.