THURSDAY, JUNE 9 | 5657 NORTH STREET | 7PM | 70 MINUTES | BUY TICKETS | BUY FESTIVAL PASSES
Drama | Atlantic Canada
Local filmmakers expose the audience to extended scenes of vomiting (Feverish) and mold growth (We R the World/Mold) in this not so gentle collection of new short works. Other screenings include Tim Tracey’s hand built Data Mine, a stop-motion indictment of surveillance society, and the premiere of Heather Young’s documentary-fiction hybrid Fish. Meanwhile HIFF stalwart David Stewart will hypnotize or induce a headache with his latest rapid-fire edit, Grace. This diverse collection of films is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.
GRACE | David Stewart | 10 minutes
I AM COMING TO PARIS TO KILL YOU | Seth Smith | 10 minutes
ACROSS AMERICA | Millefiore Clarkes | 5 minutes
WIZARDLY WICKEDLY WEEPING | Josh Owen | 3 minutes
FISH | Heather Young | 13 minutes
WE ARE THE WORLD/MOLD | Dawn George | 7 minutes
SWIMMING IN THE IMAGINARY | Susan Wolf | 1 minute
FEVERISH | Nicole Steeves | 10 minutes
DATA MINE | Tim Tracey | 5 minutes
EAST WEST | Jeff Wheaton | 6 minutes
A Q+A with the directors will follow the screening.