تاريخ التحديث: 2 أبريل 2019
We interviewed emerging female director, Jill Carter for the new show “The Murders” starring Jessica Lucas, Dylan Bruce, Luvia Petersen, Terry Chen and Lochlyn Munro. The eight-part crime series premiered March 25th and airs Mondays at 9pm 8c.
Director Jill Carter on set with DOP Kamal Derkaoui of The Murders on CITY TV Mondays at 9 pm, Carter Directed 4 episodes of the season.
Starring Jessica Lucas, Dylan Bruce, Luvia Petersen, Terry Chen and Lochlyn Munro
A rookie Homicide detective’s negligence in a fellow officer’s death has her searching for redemption in her investigations.
Rookie Homicide Detective Kate Jameson (Jessica Lucas) is the biracial daughter of an ambitious and well-loved mother, and her dearly departed father who was a decorated Vancouver police officer killed in the line of duty. With the fight for justice deeply rooted in her, Kate’s only desire is to be a good cop like her father. She’s determined to make her mark in Homicide, the MPD’s most coveted assignment. But things go horribly awry on her first day, when Kate breaks the number one rule of policing — never leave your gun unattended. Haunted by her fatal mistake, a driven Kate will seek to make amends through every case and ongoing investigation – including that of a mysterious killer with a particular obsession with Detective Jameson.
Starring Jessica Lucas, Dylan Bruce in The Murders airing on CITY TV Mondays at 9 pm.
The Murders is a stylish police procedural with a killer soundtrack, starring Jessica Lucas (Gotham), Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black), Terry Chen (Jessica Jones), and Luvia Petersen (Ghost Wars).
Cinematography by Kamal Derkaoui, Producer Arielle Boisvert, Creator and Writer, Damon Vignale, writers Jonathan Lloyd Walker, Karen Hill, Laura Good, Gemma Holdway. Directors Jill Carter, Andy Mikita and Kristin Lehman. Damon Vignale has created the show and is attached as showunner and exec producer, with About Premium Content distributing globally. Muse Entertainment in association with Rogers Media .
Director Jill Carter on set with Jessica Lucas, on set of The Murders on CITY TV Mondays at 9 pm, Carter Directed 4 episodes of the season!
Watch the trailer for The Murders on City TV
Director Jill Carter on set with Jessica Lucas, on set of The Murders on CITY TV Mondays at 9 pm, Carter directed 4 episodes of the season!
Director Jill Carter was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, and has an extensive background as a script supervisor along with a keen interest in all forms of the arts. She is interested in uniting people of all ages through thoughtful universal experiences. Carter’s first short film as director, MOMENT (2006), screened at festivals around the world. Following two more successful short films, NINETY-ONE (2010) and LITTLE LARRY (2011), which was nominated for a Directors Guild of Canada Award.
She has gone on to direct episodes of such television shows as the CW’s BEAUTY & THE BEAST, CBC’s MURDOCH MYSTERIES, Global’s PRIVATE EYES and BET’s ‘IN CONTEMPT’. SPIRAL, a web-series Jill directed in 2017 was nominated for 5 Vancouver Web Fest awards, including best drama.
Jill recently completed directing half the season, including the pilot episode,
launched CityTv drama ‘THE MURDER’S’ staring Jessica Lucas (Gotham).
In 2016 she participated in the incubator program run by the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF STUDIO. Jill has a number of film and television projects in various stages of development.
Director Jill Carter on set with Lochlyn Munro on set of The Murders on CITY TV, Mondays at 9 pm, Carter directed 4 episodes of the season! Carter worked with Lochlyn at the beginning of her career and she was thrilled to be able to work with him again in The Murders! Jill calls Lochlyn her good luck charm. Listen to the interview to find out why and her words of inspiration to women in film!
Jill Carter is one of the Canadian Women in Film making strides for making it possible to feel inspired to work in film as a woman behind the camera. - I'm Here With
"Nataline Rodrigues, director of original programming at Rogers, said The Murders was “a great example of our continued commitment to invest in premium original Canadian content."