Shorts at Home: Volume 1 – Review – Alvin Wai Chung Tsang
Guest blogger Alvin Wai Chung Tsang reviews the shorts films from ‘Shorts at Home: Volume 1’
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Aaron Abrams delivers a towering and commanding lead performance in writer-director Jesse Zigelstein’s debut feature, Nose to Tail (screening at the 2019 Ottawa Canadian Film Festival), the story of an egotistical and stressed out business owner who’s about to reach his wit’s end.
Director Stephen Coleman recently stopped by CKCU’s studios to chat with A Luta Continua host Monique Fuller about life as an artist, the motivation and back-story surrounding the creation and distribution of “Project Cold Days” and his latest project, a 10-part web series “Transmuting Suffering”.
After Horizons was an evening of short films presented by SAW Video in partnership with Cinema Politica featuring works by Pixie Cram, Matthieu Hallé and Andrés Salas. Zoë Mallett moderated a discussion following the screening at Knot project space on November 30, 2018.
Growing up, all Andy Bryce knew about his great-grandfather was that he wrote the first health code in Canada, and he lived in a big house in Ottawa. But that all changed the day Andy opened a box of family memorabilia that his mother had left for him when she died.