Kiss Dust Pictures Inc. is a Vancouver, BC production company formed in 2009 to produce feature films.
The world does not need another cautionary tale. The world needs stories that paint a future we want to move in to. Sometimes getting to an appealing future means taking a clear, deep look at Right Now – and reframing things a little. Kiss Dust Pictures tells stories as films that explore these ideas. Stories of all kinds and with all kinds of people. So we can get there together … and have fun along the way.
Writer/Director, Sara McIntyre, is a graduate of Women in the Director’s Chair, and an instructor of story structure and acting techniques at Seacoast Studios in West Vancouver.
Sara’s creative career has been a patchwork assembly of followed opportunities and education that has culminated in a broad knowledge base of human psychology, leadership, storytelling, and strategic communication. Stops along the way have included co-producing the Alibi Unplugged Script Reading Series; serving as President of Women in Film & Television Vancouver; casting award winning films and a TV series; coaching creative professionals; new media journalism; and producing a handful of short and independent media projects.
Her directing career began with the award-winning, comedic short film, “My Father’s an Actor” (2004) produced through the Director’s Guild of Canada program, Crazy8s. Through Kiss Dust Pictures, Sara directed and produced the multiple award-winning feature film, “Two Indians Talking” (2010); and is in development on a slate of features including “The Last Six”, an adaptation of the short story “Six Degrees of Altered Sensation” by Nanaimo, BC author Kim Clark.—–