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Going Down

A new short-film from writer/director Ryan Northcott and Mediapop

Coming Soon 

In Post-Production

Trailer for "Going Down"

Going Down
a Revenge Thriller

After losing her child in a high-profile tainted milk incident at the hands of a large dairy conglomerate – represented in court by Robert and his law firm – Michelle gets revenge and takes justice into her own hands when the justice system fails to hold those at fault accountable for the death of her only child

Cast & Creator

Nikita Kalonji is an actor based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who has appeared in The African Family and worked on Fraggle Rock.

Dallas has a unique combination of skills and experiences which contribute to his pursuits in acting, coaching, and performance as a former international athlete. He became the first Indigenous male to represent Canada internationally in volleyball from 2004 to 2016.

An inter-tribal background has allowed Dallas to experience contemporary Indigenous culture and perspectives across Canada. He is Nehiyaw/Anishinaabe from Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan and Neyaashiinigmiing in Ontario.

David’s work as an actor in the film and television industry is a somewhat more recent endeavor having been an active member of ACTRA for only the past 15 years. In that time, he has been fortunate enough to have spent many a day on set and has loved every second having been directed by such notables as Ang Lee, Rod Lurie, Walter Hill, Robert Duval, Adam Bernstein, David McKenzie, Simon Wincer, John Voight, Robert Dornhelm, Tiller Russel, John Cassar, and Bret Ferster. David won an AMPIA for best Actor in a lead role in 2014 for his role In One Night In Aberdeen directed by Mr. Ferster.

On the heels of a successful Film Festival run with his second short film “Once Upon a Pandemic” comes “Going Down” a Revenge Thriller with a take on the Injustice in the Justice System – where if you’ve got the money you can get away with anything. The main character in Going Down, Michelle Lucas, makes the choice – having exhausted all other possibilities – to seek Justice for her daughter in a most satisfying way.

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