DAM! The Story of Kit the Beaver director. Kjell Boersma
DAM! The Story of Kit the Beaver is an animated film that's about not your average beaver! It's the tale of Kit, a very independent (and easily distracted) young beaver who loves to explore the sounds of the forest she lives in. DAM!
Commissioned by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto International Film Festival
Official Selections: TIFFKids International Film Festival, Toronto, Canada | Short Shorts Film Festival Tokyo, Japan | Busan International Kids and Youth Film Festival - Busan, Korea | Palm Springs International Shortfest - Palm Springs, California | TURSAK International Children's Film Festival - Istanbul, Turkey | 25th Curtas Vila Do Conde Film Festival - Vila Do Conde, Portugal | Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival - Providence, RI | Breckenridge Film Festival - Colorado | Bumbershoot's 1 Reel Film Festival | Hamptons Film Festival | Austin Film Festival - Austin, Texas | Ottawa Animation Festival, Ottawa, Canada | Animation Block Party, Brooklyn NY | Giffoni Film Festival - Italy | NewFilmmakers LA, Los Angeles California | Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival's Fest Field Trip - Toronto | KUKI International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth - Berlin, Germany | interfilm International Short Film Festival - Berlin, Germany |
MARINER director. Thyrone Tommy
A young marine navigation student suffers intense anxiety during his final exams, when an incident from his past returns to both haunt and help him.
TIFF CANADA'S TOP TEN FILM FESTIVAL
LINDALEE TRACEY AWARD - Hot Docs Int'l Film Festival
INSPIRATIONAL GRIOT AWARD - Emerging Lens Film Festival
Toronto International Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, South Western Int'l Film Festival, Hamilton Film Festival, Kingston Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Julien Dubuque International Film Festival, Norwegian Short Film Festival, Lower East Side Film Festival
Short of the Week, Vimeo Staff Pick
Colours of Ubuntu director. Ryan Lee & Jane Waterous
“This is a story of Ubuntu - the universal bond and sense of community at the core of every human. When violent riots broke out in Hout Bay, South Africa, the volunteers at Lalela found themselves with a decision to make. Amidst the violence, Lalela opened its doors for the children, providing not only a safe-haven, but a place where they could develop courage, strength, and perseverance in themselves, and as a community. Through the art projects, the children were prompted to find and portray their identities, and express what community means to them. We were soon surrounded by the most spirited of artists – facing a backdrop of a deep and complex history with a passionate people and breathtaking landscape. Colours of Ubuntu is a celebration of community, and the discovery of the role of art in the human spirit.”
- Jane Waterous
Interview With A Time Traveller director. Ashley J Cooper
A time traveler meets with a journalist in a hotel late one night under the guise of sharing his life story for an article. What the journalist doesn't know, is that the time traveler has an ulterior motive.
Termination director. Sean Frewer
In the near future two AI beings struggle with their newly acquired consciousness.
2014. Canadian Film Centre Showcase