Director: Jesse Harley
Jesse Harley is an award winning film director who was born and raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Jesse's first short film, “Like Father”, premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival to rave reviews and won Best Cinematography and Best Atlantic Short Film.
His next short film, the Bravofact winning “Ticonderoga” premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival and aired on the Bravo Television Network.
Jesse's third short film - the CBC / Film Nova Scotia Bridge Award winning, “Wing Man” is currently making the festival rounds.
Making the move from short films to feature films, Jesse's latest project is the psychological thriller, “Lure”. The film is currently in post production and will premiere in the fall of 2014.
Jesse has worked as an editor and visual effects artist in Toronto and Calgary. He attended the Screen Arts Program at the Nova Scotia Community College and has taken courses with AFCOOP and The Centre for Art Tapes.
Timmy’s father, dismissive of his son’s fear of the dark, is
about to find out that no matter how old you get, we’re all a little
afraid of things that go bump in the night.