"An absolute electrifying, delicious delight. A complete feast for the eyes. You will fall in love with this brilliant slice of heaven in more ways than one."
- Gigi Edgley
"This film is bound to resonate not only with Sci Fi fans, but anybody with a robotic boss disguised as a human."
- Adam Nimoy
TV director, son of Leonard Nimoy
As a series regular, Luvia plays the sexy and powerful Jasmine Garza on SyFy’s CONTINUUM. She was raised in Montreal, Quebec, until the age of 6 when her family relocated to Alberta and then later to BC, where she lives today. Luvia’s training includes the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Actor’s Foundry, Ben Ratner’s Scene Study and AMAW with Anthony Meindl.
Luvia has guest starred on the CW’s THE 100, Dreamwork’s FALLING SKIES and TNT’s PROOF. Her other television credits include ABC/CTV’s MOTIVE, The CW’s TOMORROW PEOPLE and USA’s PSYCH.
Among her film credits, Luvia is proud to have worked on two features that originated as iconic television series, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA: THE PLAN, and THE X-FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE.
Alongside her acting career, Luvia is part owner of Liquid Amber Tattoo which is located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown area. She currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia with her wife Jessie Robertson.
Benny is a Minneapolis native who now lives in Brooklyn. Recent TV credits include Blue Bloods, Taxi Brooklyn, as well as commercial work for MTV/Geico, Castrol GTX, and Red Mango.
Theatre credits include the national tour of Chicago the Musical, numerous regional theatre credits, and the upcoming Broadway Musicals NERDS and Bull Durham.
Jake Guinn is an Atlanta based Fight Director and Movement Artist. Blending martial movement and kinetic flow arts, Jake is constantly flying back and forth between his own performances and directing scenes for the stage.
Most recently, you can see his performance work as a member of On the Fly Productions’ aerial athletes on truTV’s Fake/Off.
In Atlanta, he performs with the Imperial Opa Circus and has recently been seen as Nick Carraway in their series of Great Gatsby inspired Cirque Show. He also functions as Director and Coordinator of the The Imperial Opa Circus School.
Moonshot tells the story of Nova, a homeless 80's relic whose violent life on the streets has hardened her into a lethal physical asset. But survival is a full-time job and she's had enough of it. When she meets Alan, an engineer working for a lunar launch company, the two hatch a risky plan to get her off to the Moon before her cutthroat past can catch up with her.
Channeling the neon environments and larger-than-life characters of sci-fi films of yesteryear, Moonshot is set in the near future as it might have been imagined in the 1980s, the nostalgic setting reminding us that as much as we try to project how things will turn out, we are often hilariously wrong.
The film also looks at one theoretical future development in travel: non-rocket space launch, models for which have been developed by NASA and other independent agencies.