Elza Kephart writes and directs horror and fantasy films. At 24, she wrote and directed her first feature, Graveyard Alive - A Zombie Nurse in Love (2003). It played in over 20 international film festivals, winning the Kodak Cinematography Award at the Slamdance Film Festival. Her second feature film, Go in the Wilderness (2013), played in various international film festivals, and is being distributed on various platforms, including itunes. SLAXX is her third feature. She is one of the co-founders of the Montreal chapter of Film Fatales, and one of the co-founders and coordinators of Extinction Rebellion Québec.