Brendan started his creative career as an actor when he was a child, transitioned to filmmaking in his teens, and has since become known principally as the unabashedly personal young auteur behind four feature films: Generation Why (Rising Star Award Winner at the Canada International Film Festival - 2010); Choch (“one of the intriguing and involving low-budget indies to cross my desk in 2011” – The Independent Critic); Spaces and Reservations (“a grounded and thought provoking look at modern love” -; and the recently completed Sensitive Parts.

Brendan’s directing credits also include a diverse set of short films on a variety of formats, including an improvised act of self-interrogation entitled Best Friends For Life (Official Selection - Montreal World Film Festival), and his SFU grad film Getting There (Official Selection - Calgary International Film Festival).

Originally from Calgary, Brendan relocated to Vancouver in 2009, where he graduated with distinction from Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts. Brendan is currently a resident in the Directors’ Lab at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto, where he is developing his fifth feature film.https://generationwhythefilm.comhttp://spacesfilm.comhttp://spacesfilm.comhttp://sensitivepartsfilm.com
Carolyn Yonge was born a triplet on in Calgary, and first discovered the love of acting in 1997 after watching the movie Flipper. From an early age, Carolyn began taking drama classes in school and joined a number of community theatre groups to jump start her young career. Growing up in Canmore, she performed in many plays and community events. 

After graduating from high school, Carolyn moved to Vancouver to study at the William Davis Centre for Actors, and has gone on to perform in a number of short films and web series, including Mark Sawers’ No Men Beyond This Point (Official Selection – Toronto International Film Festival). Carolyn is currently studying at the Anthony Meindl Actors Workshop, and is in pre-production on a short film about WWII's most notorious female snipers.
Jennifer Kobelt has been performing since she could barely talk. Her passion for expression and connection run deep so working on projects that relay real relationships and emotions are her fuel. When approached about Sensitive Parts, the opportunity to work with Brendan Prost again—fresh off their collaboration on Spaces and Reservations—in another touching snapshot of humanity was very exciting. A beautiful process of discovery, Jennifer hopes you will enjoy this film and allow yourself to be affected. Love the ones who stick by you through the turmoil of life.
Sean’s training in devised theatre, performance composition and improvisation has allowed him to work alongside many of his mentors in companies like Radix Theatre, Theatre Conspiracy, Leaky Heaven Performance Society, Theatre Replacement and Fight With a Stick. Sean also works regularly in film, appearing in such diverse works as Crusade, Lifers, and Getting There. 

Sean is currently the sixth member of interdisciplinary performance family O, o, o, o. Sean’s focus shift adapt to moment; core of artistic practice: mischievous impulses & contempt for appropriateness.
Monice Peter is an actress and creative artist born in Calgary, Alberta. She attended Mount Royal University and upon graduation began working professionally in Alberta theatre.

Blessed, Monice has been given the opportunity to work with some pretty awesome theatre companies and on some stellar film sets. Some of these include:  The Winter's Tale (Classic Chic Productions), Race (Ground ZeroTheatre/Hit and Myth), Ruined (Ellipsis Tree Collective, Canadian Premiere), The Dandelion Project (Verb Theatre), Are We There Yet? (Concrete Theatre), Supernatural (CW), Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce (BRAVO Network), The Returned (East River Productions), and The Twelve Men Of Christmas (Fox Television Studios). Currently, Monice is enjoying her time with the classics as a member of the Birmingham Conservatory and a company member of the Stratford Festival.  Thanks to Brendan for this awesome opportunity to be FIERCE!
Dayleigh Nelson is a BC born actor and writer. He started his career onstage in the Okanagan, but has since relocated to Vancouver where his primary artistic focus has been independent film and television projects. He fills time in between substantial productions with improv, sketch comedy, experimental shorts to feed his appetite for acting...and a day job to feed his appetite for food. Sensitive Parts marks his fourth film with Brendan Prost after successfully collaborating on Getting There, Best Friends For Life, and Spaces and Reservations.
Laurel K Brown is a Bow Valley born cinematographer who came to Vancouver some years ago to obtain a degree in Film Production from Simon Fraser University.

You can find her most often on set in the camera department, photographing wild beasts, or engaged in tedious art processes such as stop-motion animation. In 2014 Laurel began an annual low-budget/indie friendly film festival called Cinema Spectacular which continues with it's third iteration in 2016.
Drew Redman is a freelance composer, electronic music producer and sound designer based in Vancouver, BC. He received his BFA in music composition from SFU and his MMus summa cum laude in scoring for film, television and video games from Berklee College of Music. Drew has been a part of many collaborative projects for both media and live performances - most recently, writing the music for the video game Kaiju-A-Gogo. Sensitive Parts will be the second feature film that Drew and director Brendan Prost have collaborated on.
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