Writers . Producers . Directors
Gordon Loverin and Pamela Jones started screenwriting together after a chance meeting in their apartment garage. So it was only fitting that the duo's first script, "Restoration" was a road-trip movie, featuring Gordon's prized Cutlass, also known as "Red Arrow".
"Restoration" was chosen as a 'Top 10' Finalist in the Cannes Screenplay Competition. It went on to semi-finals in the Austin Revolution Screenplay Competition, was selected for Berlin Cinefest and won the Tribal Film Festival Short Script Competition in 2017.
The pair just produced three short films for CBC's streaming GEM Network and recently debuted their documentary, "Beyond Human Power" on CBC TV. The have several dramatic series and films in development.
With the support of elders and government leaders in the Yukon, Gordon and Pamela won a Canada Council Grant to expand their short script into a feature film starring renowned actor, Lorne Cardinal.
Gordon is from the Tlingit and Tahltan First Nations and deeply connected to his culture. He is a multi-media storyteller with a track record as a content creator for major Canadian networks including CityTV, CTV and NEDAA in the Yukon, and has produced, directed and edited 20+ productions for corporate and government clients.
Gordon created “My Own Private Lower Post”,a powerful documentary about the Tahltan Nation’s healing response to the residential school experience, which he co-produced and co-directed. The film won rave reviews at the Imaginative Film Festival and is one of the most requested productions sold through distributor Film West. He went on to serve as co-cinematographer on the production, “Sister, Daughter”, which won at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco.
A graduate of Langara's Film Arts Directing program, Gordon owns the production company T'senaglobe Media and is a member of Screen Production Yukon Association. When he's not behind the camera, he can be found in nature with his wonderful family or behind the wheel of his 4 x 4, cruising the South Klondike Highway.
A graduate of UBC Theatre and BCIT Broadcast, Pamela wrote and produced several news and entertainment radio shows before moving on to write and voice for Knowledge Network Public Television for over a decade.
Pamela wrote the short script, "A Fare" for producer/director Lily Hui, which screened at Lady Filmmakers Festival, La Femme Festival and Local Sightings Festival. It was a finalist at Austin Film Festival and was purchased by the Gaia Network. “The Lucy Gray Agency”, a comedy pilot she wrote with her sister, placed in the "Top 25" at the 2018 Page International Screenwriting Competition, and was a semi-finalist in the 2017 Screencraft Pilot Launch, while her script, “Scarlet”, a modern take on “The Scarlet Letter”, was a finalist at the Canada Independent Film Festival.
Pamela is an actress and voice talent who co-owns the sound studio, Soundswrite. She also writes through her company StoryMaker Entertainment. She served on the Board of Directors for Women in Film and is on the Advisory Board for Broadcasting at BCIT. When she's not writing and listening to the character voices in her head, she's gardening and foraging at her trailer in the woods with her family and their Mini Schnauzer.