Shorts at Home: Volume 1 – Review – Alvin Wai Chung Tsang

Guest blogger Alvin Wai Chung Tsang is a horror movie lover from Barrhaven who goes to the theatre every weekend to see new releases. He takes bets on box office predictions and hopes to win big someday. 

He reviewed the short films from our collection Shorts at Home: Volume 1

The short films Perfect, As It Was, the art of the morning, L’homme de la Maison / Before Me, and Andre the Anti-Giant, screens on May 15th, 2020 thanks to the generosity of our participating filmmakers: Karim Ayari, Kim Saltarski, Blake Garbe, and Nathan Hauch. Click here more information.


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Perfect

Aware that tourettes, and its social stigma, remains a burning issue, Karim Ayari makes our hearts swell with an intriguing character, a good message and stylish camerawork.

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As It Was

As It Was follows the confusion and mounting frustration of Mason, the youngest child in a broken family unit. Director Blake Garbe runs the complete range of emotions in a portrayal that is both uncomfortable and uplifting.

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the art of the morning

Nathan Haunch puts forth a piece of poetry that is achingly sincere and elegant. the art of the morning is a well-crafted glimpse into a morning that we haven’t had or seen before.

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L’homme de la Maison / Before Me

You will enjoy a superb performance by Mélodie Courval, and director Karim Ayari proves what an exemplary storyteller he is. The results of L’homme de la Maison / Before Me are stunning, perceptive and special.

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Andre the Anti-Giant

Andre The Anti-Giant isn’t afraid to cross the line with its material. It’s full of light, jokes and emotional moments.

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