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Canada’s Top Ten Shorts: Part Two

Sun, Mar 26 / 3 pm
Free Admission for Members!

The second  program of shorts features Terrill Calder’s stop motion animated film SNIP about two kids escaping the horrors of residential school through a time portal, Nova Scotia filmmaker Heather Young’s devastating portrait of a woman raising three infant children in her film Fish.

Mariner/ Directed by Thyrone Tommy, 2016, Canada, 20 min 2016
Mariner is a taut and unsettling drama about an ambitious marine navigation cadet on the verge of cracking during his final exams. The recruit is haunted by an incident from his past — and fights to find a way to turn his personal demons into a source of strength.

SNIP/ Directed by Terril Calder, 2016, Canada, 15 min
In this richly layered stop-motion animation, written and narrated by award-winning author Joseph Boyden, Annie and Gordon travel through a portal in time to help two children escape the horrors of residential school.

Mutants / Directed by Alexandre Dostie, Canada, 17 min
A teenager just trying to make it through the summer of 1996, Keven begins his baseball season with an accident that leaves him with a truly hideous black eye. This leads to a crash course in sex, sports, and scandal — taught by a hilariously unconventional coach — that demolishes coming-of-age story conventions.

Fish / Directed by Heather Young, 2016, Canada, 12 min.
In this devastating portrait from Nova Scotia filmmaker Heather Young, a woman struggles with raising her three infant children while still clinging to a fading relationship.

A Funeral For Lightning / Directed by Emily Kai Bock, 2016, Canada / USA, 24 min Seven months pregnant and stuck in a sleepy corner of Tennessee, a young woman begins to see through the promises made by her charismatic husband. Every moment of Emily Kai Bock’s quietly wrenching film is infused with emotions both light and dark.

Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival – Now in its 16th year, Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival highlights the best features, shorts, and student shorts from across the country. The breadth of programming selected by  filmmakers, programmers, critics, and industry professionals represents the creative strength of the country’s best cinema.

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Optical Printer One on One Workshop Sessions

Appointment Based One on One Session
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Shoot Some 16mm Film

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