Nov 17, 2017
Our 2017 Member Screening will be held on Saturday November 25 in the Cinematheque at 7pm!
There will be a holiday party that follows the screenings at the Kings Head Pub!
Buy Tickets right here!
2017 Member Screening Programme:
1. Fun Fun Street – Carter Hadlow
Synopsis: Brett and Eddy are stars of a popular children’s TV show, Fun Fun Street. The evil parent group Stop Homosexuals In Television think the two are gay and get Brett fired from the show. Now Disgruntled, Brett seeks his revenge.
2. Picture Day 2002 – Lasha Mowchun
Synopsis: Adolescence is the worst time to capture a frozen moment. For Sari Picture Day is a cruel and unusual punishment. Her mom, wishes she would just smile like a pretty girl. Sari needs to escape. But, as a young girl with nowhere to go she escapes into her imagination. In her imagination she finds validation. There she is not just an awkward teenager, but an ice princess adored by all.
3. Take Back the Campus – Sage Daniels
Synopsis: A group of passionate students and faculty advocate the creation of Safe Spaces on University Campuses. Noting the lack of a common space where people can feel safe to be. They realize a Safe Space is not a literal space, but a concept of equality in education.
4. DOMUS – Rhayne Vermette
Synopsis: “The block of marble is the most beautiful of all statues” – Carlo Mollino
This is the story of the godlike architect, Carlo Mollino, animated within the desk space of failed architect, Rhayne Vermette. Made, with love on 16mm, 35 and Super 8, this classic tale of Pygmalion investigates intersections between cinema and architecture.
For E. Ackerman, A. Jarnow, and T. Ito.
5. A Little Monster Movie – Vincent Tang
Synopsis: A group of individuals hunt a monster in the forest.
6. True Love’s Kiss – Kathleen Gallagher
Synopsis: Although Jenna is a catch, she is still single and in her thirties. She believes she will be alone forever until fate steps in. Ben, an old flame from her past, comes back into her life. Will Jenna finally have her happily ever after or will Ben’s awful fiancee wreck everything? Will true love’s kiss arrive in time to solve all our hero’s problems? Or will she be doomed to be alone forever?
7. Tony – Andrew Lima
Synopsis: “Tony” is an impressionistic documentary portrait of one person’s struggle to form a distinct individual identity amidst the intersection of personal ambition and cultural expectation.
8. Saving Grace – Bisong Taiwo
Synopsis: A woman must make a daring rescue attempt at saving a friend from the clutches of a deranged psychopath.
9. As We Are – Julie Epp
Synopsis: A story about family secrets and the courage the be who we truly are. Explores gender roles and gender identity.
10. Surfacing – Trevor Kristjanson
Synopsis: A woman deals with trauma during a guided meditation session with her therapist.