Juno Rinaldi & Shaun Smyth,
Hamilton Film Centre
Juno Rinaldi & Shaun Smyth
Hamilton Film Centre,
HAMILTON FILM CENTRE or HFC.
CREATIVE DIRECTOR JUNO RINALDI:
Juno is a graduate of Studio 58, the theatre training program in Vancouver BC, and has been working professionally as a comedic actress in TV, Film and Theatre for over 15 years.
Currently you can catch her as Frankie on CBC’s hit show, Workin’ Moms.
Juno has appeared in such TV and Film productions as: How To Buy A Baby, Elbow Grease, Degrassi: The Next Generation, The Killing, Arrow, Supernatural, Fringe, Robson Arms, These Arms of Mine and Psych, In the absence of Angels, Girl Underground Life (Jennifer’s Body ,The Tooth Fairy, The Linda McCartney Story, Mr. Rice’s Secret and Brotherhood of Murder.
CREATIVE DIRECTOR SHAUN SMYTH:
Shaun works across Canada in both Theatre and Film and received his BFA in Acting from University of Alberta.
Shaun has appeared in such TV and Film productions as: Probability, Murdoch Mysteries, Arrow, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, FRINGE, Witches of East End, Almost Human,The Killing, Supernatural, Blue Murder, Three to Tango, Four Minutes, Proteus, Pit Pony.
YOU ARE THE ONLY YOU!
And that is what will ultimately get you the job in Film and Television. HFC courses will increase your ease and awareness in front of the camera, help you cultivate a discerning eye on your own work, and give you tools navigate the highly competitive business of Film and Television. We will work with you to help you understand and embrace your on camera presence and ensure you have a strong audition technique, so you can give great auditions and get on set.You can be a part of this incredible business but you have to be prepared to work hard and stick with it. We are here to help.
– Juno and Shaun
Along with teaching at HFC, Juno just wrapped Season 2 of Workin’ Moms, set to air WINTER 2017 and is currently writing a short film with production set to begin spring 2018. Shaun recently finished a successful run of the one man show Playing With Fire:The Theo Fleury Story at the Centaur Theatre in Montreal, and will be performing at Theatre Aquarius in February 2018 in a play called The Invisible Hand.