Past Show: Wed April 20 – National Canadian Film Day Screening

The next show on April 20 is a part of National Canadian Film Day and will be screening Canadian short films. Also the first submission date for the 8th Annual Hot Shot Shorts Contest.


Wednesday, April 20, 2016

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SPECIAL SCREENING Celebrating National Canadian Film Day

plus the FIRST SUBMISSION for the 8th Annual Hot Shot Shorts Contest

Doors – 7:30pm      Show – 8:00pm       No Minors.

The ANZA Club, #3 West 8th Ave. at Ontario St., Vancouver, BC

Free Parking/close to Broadway/Main St bus routes/Skytrain


pay what you can sliding scale $5-$10 cash at door.

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Technical Direction by ANAISA VISSER

Webmaster & Hot Shot Shorts Producer ROBIN CHAN

Associate Producer STEPHANIE HALBER


Vancouver, B.C…The CELLULOID SOCIAL CLUB, monthly screenings featuring the best in independent provocative short films since 1997 followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker followed by networking & socializing. No Minors. Prizes galore.

OUTSIDE THE LINES written & directed by Scott Belyea, produced by Keli A. Moore & Dave Rice, DOP Tony Mirza, music by Chris McIntyre, starring Cameron Bright as DJ, Matthew Kevin Anderson as Michael, and Jessica Harmon as Trish. Drama, 2015 – A call-centre employee is introduced to the underground world of telephone fraud and must choose between moral integrity and the outlaw life.  Crazy8s 2015 Finalist

THE TIMEKEEPER directed by Scott Weber, written by Walter Sawadsky & Cookie Boyle, produced by Heather Howe & Scott Weber, DOPs Graham Talbot and Nelson Talbot, Production Designer Rebecca Sjonger, music by Step Carruthers, executive produced by Paul Armstrong, Ed Brando, Robert G. Heimbecker, Robin Chan, starring Tom McBeath as Mr. Ellicott, Darla Taylor as Emily, Nathan Dashwood as Danny, Tammy Gillis as Georgina, Maxine Miller as Mavis, Scott McNeil as Jake and Pia Shandel as the Sales Assistant. drama, 2014 – The Timekeeper reveals the storybook world of a watchmaker with traditional, time-honoured habits. Except what he sells is anything by conventional. The Timekeeper reminds us that when it comes to spending time, everyone has a choice. Winner of the 2013 Hot Shot Shorts Contest. Premiered at the 2014 Montreal World Film Festival. Selected for Telefilm’s 2015 Canada: Not Short on Talent program at the International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Selected as one of 39 films out of 2393 eligible films for the ‘Coup de Coeur’ 2015 Cannes Short Film Corner. Nominated for 9 Leo Awards 2015; Winner for Best Performance by a Male (Tom McBeath)

VEHICULAR ROMANTICIDE written & directed by Andrew Rowe, produced by Marena Dix, Cody Bown, DOP Liam Mitchell, music by David Thompson & Liesa Norman, starring Lauren Donnelly as Jennifer, Michael Rowe as Her Man, Andrew Vokey as Her Tom, Andrew Barber as Her Date, Jonathan Latham as Her Unfashionable Man, and P.Lynn Johnson as Her Psychologist. Dark Comedy, 2015 – An exploration of female loneliness in which a young woman meets the unconscious man of her dreams. Winner of the MPPIA Award at Whistler Film Festival and the Underdog Award at Vancouver Short Film Festival.

DUDE, WHERE’S MY FERRET? directed by Alison Parker, written by Scott & Paula Merrow, produced by Alison Parker, Michael Khazen, Amanda Konkin and Skye Matheson, DOPs Graham & Nelson Talbot, music by Henrik Astrom, starring Jedidiah Goodacre as “Skeezix”, Brittney Wilson as “Zelda”, Tim Carlson as “Durwood”, Michael Roberds as “Mr. Roach” and Mike Smith (Bubbles from the Trailer Park Boys) as a talking bong! comedy, 2015 – One stoner’s quest to win a cannabis growing contest is jeopardized by his dream girl’s mischievous ferret.

THE FLOATERS directed by Nick Wilson, written by Amelia Wasserman, produced by Jessica Hinkson, DOP Joshua Allen, music by whatever was free, starring Kristian Bruun Orphan Black, Jessica Hinkson Wolfcop 2, Stefano DiMatteo Saving Hope and Angela Besharah Bitten, and Amelia Wasserman Charlie & Yoni. #LIfeAfter30. comedy, 2015 – Four Friends. One drowning relationship. Clare, Pete, Josh, and Suz want nothing more then to have a fun-fuelled magic mushroom experience in the safe and peaceful confines of a summer cottage.  But romantic entanglements, broken toilets, and expired pregnancy tests threaten to turn a good trip bad and a bad trip plain weird. It all comes to a head when the drugs kick in and the truth comes out. THE FLOATERS just premiered at the Canadian Film Festival which was sold out and looks forward to being on the film festival circuit this year.

O’WET (pronounce“oh – wee”) LOST LAGOON – an indiegogo fundraiser for the live production that is slated June 2016 in celebration of National Aboriginal Day. Directed by Marisa Emma Smith, written by Quelemia Sparrow, produced by Alley Theatre in association with Full Circle First Nations Performance, Video projection design by Cande Andrade, music by Tiffany Moses starring Quelemia Sparrow [Blackstone/DaVinci’s City Hall]. 2 min indiegogo vid (80 minute play), live theatre 2016 – Lost Lagoon/O’wet is an autobiographical stage play, written and performed by Quelemia Sparrow, about what it means to be a mixed-race aboriginal woman in a present-day, colonized world. Alley Theatre is raising funds so that they can make sure both non-aboriginal and non-aboriginal audiences get to see the show. Alley Theatre has been nominated for 4 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards including the “Critics Choice Innovation Award” and they are winners of the Cultchivating Award.



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