october, 2020

03oct7:30 pm8:30 pmSTUDIO A #4: Shift That Lens

Event Details

Directors: Various | 60-minutes | Filmmaker Q&A 

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Join us for a Facebook LIVE Q&A at approximately 8:30pm MST TODAY.  Guests in-theatre: Susie Moloney (Writer, ROMI), Kyle Terrence (Director/Co-Writer, ‘BERTA BOYS) and Jesse Foster (Director/Writer/Producer, WALKING THE FENCELINE).  Our fabulous moderator is Damon Kwame Mason (Director/Writer of feature documentary, SOUL ON ICE). 

For our final package, we wanted to ‘shift that lens’ and look at some of the more unique ways our filmmakers tell their stories. We’re going to get acquainted with a killer virtual assistant, a trio of truck-hunting ‘Berta Boys’, and a hairdresser with an eye for… well, eyes. We hope you’ve enjoyed ALL of our STUDIO A programs, and that you’ve fallen in love with Alberta film as much as we have. Enjoy the shorts!  Q&A with visiting filmmakers following this program.

THE MAN FROM THE DINER
Director: Gianna Isabella | 8-mins. | Calgary | Drama

ROMI 
Director: Robert Cuffley | 10-mins. | Edmonton | Drama

‘BERTA BOYS
Director: Kyle Terrence | 20-mins. | Alberta | Avant-Garde

TRIM
Director: Mayumi Yoshida | 5-mins. | Sherwood Park/Vancouver | Horror

WALKING THE FENCELINE (WINNER! Of the EIFF 2020 BOBBY (Riddell) Award for Excellence in Cinematography)
Director: Jesse Foster | 15-mins. | Calgary | Drama 

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(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm MST

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