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.
Director/ Writer/ Story Editor, Sara McIntyre, is a graduate of Women in the Director’s Chair, the Praxis Story Editor Internship, 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 industry-focused education and synchronistic opportunities that have culminated in a broad knowledge base of human psychology and spirit, 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 (The Delicate Art of Parking) and a TV series (Point Blank); 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 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; 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.—–