Jasmin and Caitlin both graduated in 2013 from Ryerson University's acclaimed Film Studies program. They first found success with their fourth year thesis film, Firecrackers (2013), which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and went on to screen at numerous festivals around the world including the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Munich International Festival of Film Schools. They were recipients of the 2013 Norman Jewison Award for Filmmaking and won the Best Canadian Short at Cabbagetown International Short Film & Video Festival 2014. Firecrackers was subsequently licensed to the CBC for broadcast. 

Jasmin and Caitlin's next shorts, Wave (2015) and sleep on the tracks (2017), screened at several festivals nationally and internationally. 

Jasmin and Caitlin's first feature film, Firecrackers, based of the 2013 short, was selected by Telefilm Canada to receive funding from their Talent to Watch Program (previously Micro-Budget Program). The film will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2018. 

Prowler Film is a production company that focuses on creating films that stem from a feminist perspective, highlighting narratives and stories that challenge the ideas of gender, masculinity/femininity, misogyny & patriarchal ideals, race and sexuality.