Tyson Caron caught the film bug in 2002 when his short film script Eugene won the inaugural Corus Entertainment Young Filmmaker’s Initiative. After graduating university, he followed his filmmaking dreams and took a job as an assistant director on the Children’s TV Show, Tipi Tales (APTN, Treehouse TV). By Season 3, Tyson worked his way up to a supervising producer role and wrote two episodes. Tyson directed and wrote the feature film, Lovesick (Netflix, HBO Canada). Kyle Irving, Lisa Meeches and Rebecca Gibson (Eagle Vision) produced the film. The film stars Jacob Tierney (Letterkenny), Jessica Paré (Mad Men), Ali Tataryn (Cult of Chucky) with Jay Baruchel (This Is The End) playing a supporting lead. The film premiered at the Whistler Film Festival in 2016 where it sold out two screenings. It won the audience award and Cinequest in San Jose (US Premiere). Tyson is a co-executive producer and second unit director on the 1-hr drama series Burden of Truth (CBC, The CW, Netflix) starring Kristin Kreuk. Tyson was a producer on the Shorty award winning podcast series, The Truth Sharing Podcasts and was a producer on the ground-breaking podcast version of the Taken doc series about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Dash is 33, broke, depressed and still in love with his ex, Lauren, who suddenly gets engaged. It all seems hopeless until he meets Nora - a spontaneous and unforgettable woman. But timing is everything, and Nora's not going to wait around.
Tricksters are an evil race of beings with mythical powers who want to destroy mankind. The only one who can stop them is Wynter -- a beautiful, young Street Nurse who is half human, half Trixter.