THIS MONTH WE TEAM UP WITH THE VANCOUVER WEB COMMUNITY & VANCOUVER WEB FEST TO BRING YOU
A SELECTION OF GREAT NEW WEB SERIES EPISODES
As well as the Crazy8s film STEWING
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.
GUEST HOSTED by CHRISTINE LIPPA
Produced by PAUL ARMSTRONG
Co-Produced by ALEXANDRA STASESON & AARON HOUSTON
Guest Programmed by SUZETTE LAQUA & PAULA HOFFMAN
Technical Direction by ANAISA VISSER
Founded by PAUL ARMSTRONG, JEANNE HARCO & CATHI BLACK
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.
The Hot Shot Shorts Contest is proud to announce that the winner of the 2013 Hot Shot Shorts Film Contest, The Timekeeper, written by Cookie Boyle and Walter Sawadsky is now complete and being submitted to film festivals.
Scott Weber (Desolation Sound) directed the film which stars Tom McBeath, Tammy Gillis, Darla Taylor, Nathan Dashwood, Maxine Miller, Scott McNeil and Pia Shandel. Heather Howe will produce. The cinematographers are Graham Talbot and Nelson Talbot.
Simon Barry, creator of the acclaimed TV Series Continuum, was the celebrity judge of this year Hot Shot Shorts Contest and helped select the winning script from the TOP 5 finalists which were narrowed down from 82 submissions.
The purpose of the Contest is to provide sponsorship and monetary support to an exceptional local short film script that might not otherwise have the opportunity to be made into a film.
“The amount of support we’ve received is spectacular. The contest inspired a wonderful script to be written and it’s exciting to watch it grow into existence as a film.” – Scott Weber
In The Timekeeper, a watchmaker pawns time from people who waste it so he may give it to others who better values it. If we “spend” time, like we do money, should we not also be able to borrow it, on credit, in just the same way? The Timekeeper reminds us that time is the one luxury that people desire but they cannot buy.