Friday 10:30-12:00 am
The E.I. Life
Paul Gordon, Ontario, Canada,
A lazy summer day on E.I.
Dir. Ervin Chartrand, Canada,
13 min, 2007
A boy curious about where his older sister goes at night ventures out
with a friend late one evening to uncover the truth. (First Eye)
Murdoch's Other Eye
Katherine Fitzgerald, Ontario,
A man becomes consumed by curiosity over the mystery of his co-worker's
Cecilia Araneda, Manitoba,
Canada, 5m 5s
The transient connection of two, leaves a lingering memory on one. Imprint
is a hand-crafted film, with many sections processed, coloured and printed
Scott Amos, British Columbia,
Canada , 30 sec
The reflection on life’s dystopia is short, and it its own way,
kinda sweet. (Filmmaker in Attendance)
Edoaurdo Menz, Quebec, Canada,
The strong juxtaposition of children's school photos against anxious voices
of an elementary spelling bee, reveal a haunting reality of lost innocence
in this experimental documentary.
Dir. Darryl Nepinak, Canada,
13 min, 2007
Mockumentary about a group of misfit hunters in not-so-hot pursuit of
the legendary Bigfoot somewhere between Sapatoweyak and Skownan.
A Day’s Work
Edward Feldman, Czech Republic,
Anna's work day begins badly and culminates in one very special, unique
On attendra pas le printemps (Can’t
Wait Til Spring)
Cimon Charest, Quebec, Canada,
Two men in a snowstorm can’t seem to let go.
La Parabolica (The Parabolic Dish)
Xavi Sala, Spain, 14m 33s
During the broadcast of the Pope's visit, Vicente’s television is
broken. Desperate, he decides to make a homemade parabolic dish.
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