Connie Cocchia is an LGBTQ+ Director, Producer, and Writer who began her film career in Los Angeles where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Film & Television at the University of Southern California. While in Los Angeles, she worked in physical production at Lionsgate and Langley Park Pictures on the Warner Brother's lot. Returning to Vancouver, Connie received a Masters of Fine Arts in Film Production from the University of British Columbia, and founded her production company Cocchia Productions.
Connie's feature directorial debut, WHEN TIME GOT LOUDER, was supported by Telefilm Canada and Executive Produced by Frank Giustra; starring Willow Shields (Hunger Games), Elizabeth Mitchell (Lost), Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale), and the debut performance of Jonathan Simao. Connie also wrote and produced the film which centres on the autism and LGBTQ+ communities which were incorporated throughout production in casting, crew and music selections. The film was completed in January 2022 and is currently submitting to festivals with the support of Canadian distributor LevelFilm prior to its planned release later this year.
Integral Artists - Ben Silverman and Jordan Drage