Send The Rain is a drama about artist and homesteader, Alice (54) who struggles with the choices she must make in the wake of the BC wildfires that destroyed her family home.
Hayley is a Vancouver-based writer and director. Living, working and creating on Unceded Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh land. Since making the jump to the West Coast Hayley has completed her training at Vancouver Film School and built up a reputation for collaborating with diverse communities. Hayley started her career as a production manager and producer and has now written and directed narratives, documentaries and music videos. Hayley’s first music video 4 Push Ups won a Telus grant and premiered at LA Skins Film Festival. Her short film Pass the Salt has won awards at festivals around the world aired on the CBC’s Short Film Face Off. Her feature script 36 Questions was short listed for The Harold Greenberg Fund and her feature script Blue Sky made it to the Bell Media “It List” as part of the Canadian Film Festival. Hayley is currently working on a Telus funded documentary: Hayashi Studio which explores the diverse history of British Columbia through the lens of a Japanese photographer at the turn of the century. She is in development of a feature Unarchived with the NFB. And has just finished her latest script Send the Rain, which will begin shooting in the summer of 2020.