After the death of their flock of chickens, Joan 
Doyle and her family struggle to make ends meet, 
and consider selling their farm and home. 
Desperate to save it, Joan  gets to work.

A student made feature film.


Taylor Mann

is a 22 year old Writer and Director 
based in Toronto, pursuing a Bachelor 
of Film and Television at Sheridan College. She 
has over a decade of experience in theatre, both
on-stage and backstage as a Director, Stage 
Manager, and Actor, which she utilizes in her film 
work. Taylor has worked on dozens of short films 
as a Writer, Director, and Production Designer. 
Through comedy, absurdism, and surrealism, 
Taylor’s work often focuses on themes of growing 
up and the nuances of relationships. Her work 
has been recognized in various film festivals 
including the Charlies Film Festival and the 
All American High School Film Festival.

Emmy Pitschner

is a 21-year-old Writer/Director, 
currently completing her Bachelor of Film and 
Television at Sheridan College. Emmy has 
worked on a variety of films as a writer, director, 
story editor, and script supervisor. Her work has 
been recognized with various awards including 
the Cogeco Best Multicam Production award, 
the Best Narrative Film and Best Overall Film 
awards at the Forest City Youth Film Festival, and 
Best Canadian Film award at the Femme Fatale 
Film Festival. Above all, Emmy’s passion lies in 
storytelling, as she hopes to captivate and immerse 
her audience in the world on the screen.

Jack Kukolic

 is a 21-year-old filmmaker based outside of Toronto, ON, in his fourth year of his Bachelor of Film and Television at Sheridan College. Jack has been creating films since he was 14 years old, and has continued to perform a variety of roles on projects as his experience has matured. Including directing, producing, location management, and location sound on a wide variety of productions. Jack has produced over 20 short films, in addition to this completely student-led feature film Domestic Fowl.