It takes a tremendous amount of talent to make a feature film, all of the people and companies listed below were integral to the look and feel of Abducted.  Please have a look, listen and support these local Alberta small businesses.

Jamie Pruden– Visual Artist

It all started in 1972. I was 7 years old. In 2013, 40 years later… I went public with my art. I had 20 drawings. Now I have over 500 works of art. I have my own company. I sell world wide. To all of you creative minds out there…. shine… shine…shine… – Jamie Pruden

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Gabe Laz – Visual Artist

I have been an artist most of my life throughout life’s ups and downs. I turned professional about 7 years ago doing illustrations for animation and voice over work. I’ve worked on such projects as Raven Steals the Light and Legendary Myths Raven Adventures. I am also an actor,  voice over artist and up and coming animator who also does concept art for Film and Television pitches.


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Robert Anderson Visual Artist

I always loved to doodle and sketch as far back as I can remember. In grade 10, I won first place for a Christmas Card art competition and got my first job at 13 years old at a t-shirt airbrushing/silk screening shop  I received 1st place in 1991 in a art competition for The Calgary Stampede and received a 500 dollar scholarship.  Medicine Hat was close by, and that is where I got my first serious art commission and was picked to be one of many artist to paint one of the story boards (#4) on the World Tallest Teepee.  I have always tried to dabble in different mediums in art since then, and continue to take on any challenge offered to me.  I  love working with other talented like minded artists, and being part of ideas that are unique and challenging in many different mediums.

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Skrocki Design- Visual Artist

Skrocki Design is an independent handcrafted lifestyle brand whose mission is to create fashionable fantasy inspired items with a historical and edgy twist. With a unique blend of influences from fairy tales, to mythology, and travels to historic sites and the beauty of Canada, mixed with a modern edginess, we hope our items will inspire creativity in anyone using them in their day-to-day activities and hobbies.

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Kay Rose Creative- Visual Artist

Kay Rose is your creative for hire. Based out of Alberta. If you need an acrylic or digital painter, illustrator, or art party teacher she is here to help!

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6 Degrees & Alec Harrison – Composer

6 Degrees likes to work hard, and we love to collaborate. We treat every job that comes through our door the same – big or small. Our work is driven by a love of music, sound, and a desire to tell stories, no matter the medium. Whether it’s a short content piece or a dazzling epic, your story will become our story, as we strive to find a perfect emotional thread between sound and visual

Pooky G – Soundtrack

Pooky G and her Ep Album “So Far So Hood” can be found on many platforms through distro. She has dedicated  her time and energy to help gain the mastery of life. You can reach  Pooky G on Facebook and Instagram. Stay tuned for what is next to come, as Pooky shines through with the Entertainment and Knowledge.

Front Porch Roots Revue Soundtrack

Front Porch Roots Revue started out on this journey as a collaboration of musicians called together by our producer, Peter North. Pete had a vision for a show about the music of the Band. Seven musicians rehearsed and presented a show called “Up On Cripple Creek”. The show was a runaway hit and we toured it throughout western Canada for the past 4 years. In the midst of our rehearsals and preparations for these shows, four of the core members, Thom Moon, Gord Matthews, David (Crawdad) Cantera and Ron Rault, developed a close friendship, based on a mutual respect for each other’s musicianship. SUGAR CUBE is the second recording by The Front Porch Roots Revue

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Stephanie Harpe Experience Soundtrack

The Stephanie Harpe Experience (S.H.E) is a high energy rock band based out of Edmonton, Stephanie started a band in 2005 and has been opening up for the biggest names in music. Stephanie was discovered at 18 by Canadian Icon Jeff Healey, during their friendship she was inspired by his music and taught about the music industry.

S.H.E has been an opening act for Trooper, Prairie Oyster, Charlie Major, Crystal Shawanda, Digging Roots, Savoy Brown, Tom Cochrane & Red Ryder, Bare Naked Ladies, Sonny Rhodes x3, Blue Rodeo, CCR Revisited, Colin James, Dwight Yoakum, Tanya Tucker, Streetheart, Kim Mitchell, The Stampeders, The Wild, David Wilcox, Buckcherry and double billed with the Iconic Darby Mills (formerly of the Headpins).

Moody x 2 – Soundtrack

Moody x 2 is a Cree sister duo from Nelson House, Manitoba The sisters started singing together at a very young age and were inspired by Buffy St. Marie. Moody x 2’s music is driven by their aboriginal ancestral roots, believing in yourself and the journey to healing.. They made history by singing Oh Canada in Cree at the Toronto Blue Jays game in 1999. Moody x 2 has shared the stage with; Tom Jackson, Susan Auglugark,Kieth Scola and the wild band of Indians, Highway 101, Black Hawk, Little Texas, Honeymoon Suite and The Stampeders. Moody x 2’s core messages are “it’s never too late for anything” and “Believe in self and never give up”.

Centrafuge – Soundtrack

Centrafuge was a hard rock band  based of out of Edmonton from 1996-1999 created by Daniel Foreman, David Lamoureux, Derek Ostafichuk and Troy Rosing. The band released  two albums;  their sophomore EP effort, ‘The Truth” in 1996 and the full length CD “Holiday from Reality” in 1999. Centrafuge toured through Western  Canada with some other select gigs, including the famed ‘Whiskey A Go Go ” nightclub in Los Angeles on the Sunset Strip,

Funding provided by Telefilm Canada, Government of Alberta, the Indigenous Screen Office and producer investment.