The Infant Days poster is here! The short film is currently in-development, but we wanted to give everyone a preview of things to come. A big shout-out to Ashley Floréal for making this happen <3 if you’re in need of any illustrated work, please have a look at her portfolio here.
Making a film is not just about your vision, but all the hard work your team puts towards making it a reality. One of the reasons why this is a bit surreal for us is that the screenplay for All Things Beautiful was written back in 2008, and although we were very keen on filming, we needed the team and resources to fully flesh out the idea.
That said, we’re very happy to see that our supporters continue to grow and we couldn’t have done this without you.
We’re thrilled to announce that Through Rose-Colored Glasses is an official selection for the 10th annual Grand River Film Festival, which is sponsored by Scotiabank. Not only do we have the honor of screening before one of their selected features, but the short film is also in the running for Best Canadian Short Film at the newly built Apollo Cinema in Kitchener. For those interested in attending the awards presentation, tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
After the awards are handed out, audience members can catch a screening of The Tiger Hunter (Lena Khan 2016), and if you’re so inclined, a post-screening reception at the Grand Trunk Saloon where the director will be a guest speaker.
Hope to see you there! 🙂
Thanks to the very talented Ashley Floréal, we now have the poster for our upcoming short, All Things Beautiful (2017), which is still in pre-production. Although our Kickstarter campaign is a few months away, the illustration will be one of many perks to contributors and will be limited in availability.
Click on the image below for a better look!
Sam, an aspiring scriptwriter, tries to win the affection of a talented actress named Claire despite a crippling speech disorder. When his best friend shows interest in the same woman, Sam becomes dangerously obsessed, breaking into her apartment to learn everything there is to know about his one true love.Learn More
We’re delighted to announce that our short film, Through Rose-Colored Glasses (2016) is an official selection for the Orlando Film Festival. Now in its 11th year, the festival will take place on October 19-23rd at the prestigious Cobb Plaza Cinema Café in Florida, a 57,000-square-foot complex with 12 movies screens, 1,100 seats, as well as a wine bar and two art galleries.
Stay tuned to learn more about when the short will be screened!
Cobb Plaza Cinema Café
Happy to announce that Through Rose-Colored Glasses is an official selection at the National Screen Institute of Canada, a Canadian Screen Award qualifier. If you haven’t already, check out the trailer below and keep an eye out for more festival announcements!