divine: the series

No Clue: A 'Divine' Chat With Dan Payne

By Stacey Gillard With over 60 acting credits to his name, Dan Payne has graced our screens, big and small, for more than a decade. Following his recent appearance in the Brent Butt movie No Clue, DNM had a chance to ask Dan about his career as well as his plans for the future. DNM Magazine: Congratulations on the role in No Clue! Can you tell us a little bit about your

Divine: Behind the Camera (Repost)

If you’re anything like me you’ve spent more time worrying about what’s on your TV screen than about the effort that goes into creating it. My thoughts on that are beginning to change. When I first saw Divine: The Series I realized it had a different look to it. It was darker, there were some really great camera angles and the actual visual impression it left on me felt like

The Art of Action - "Divine: The Series"

One of the most interesting things about Maple Blood Productions is the diverse makeup of the folks involved. “Divine: The Series” is a perfect example of what happens when people with a variety of talents and skills get together to create something. One of those people with unique talent is Kirk Jaques. In addition to being the co-creator of “Divine: The Series”, Kirk is a trained martial artist, a stunt

Exclusive Look At "Divine:The Series" Set with PD Robert Leader (Repost)

By now I really hope you’ve seen the epsides of “Divine: The Series” that are online. If you haven’t, go there now and take a wild ride. This cutting edge web series continues to delight fans – a.k.a. Divinites – and a new installment in the series will be available online soon. Production Designer, Robert Leader took some time to answer some of my questions about the signature “look” of

Divine: The Series – Episode 1 – Divine

I. AM. IN. I didn’t hear a thing about this project by Ivan Hayden, Kirk Jaques, Jason Fischer, and Misha Collins. I am extremely thankful that I caught wind of it before it premiered. Written by Ivan Hayden and Kirk Jaques, Divine deals in crises of faith and belief in the telling of a true miracle. Father Christopher (Misha Collins) answers a knock on the door, to find Divine (Dan

Divine! Convert the World (Repost of Interview with Ivan!)

Charlotte Kinzie, Vancouver, BC I remember when I first heard about “Divine: The Series”. I was intrigued. There were some talented Canadian actors involved; there was a well-known American actor who plays an angel on some cult TV show. What’s not to be intrigued about? I got really interested when I read that many of crew from that cult TV show (okay, okay, it’s “Supernatural”) would be working on “Divine: