A delusional filmmaker's ego creates catastrophe on the set of his action/adventure dream project, while the concerns of his desperate cast & crew constantly go ignored.
Country: United States
Director: Kyle Leland
Writer: Kyle Leland
Producers: Mohamed Radwan, Kyle Leland, Justin Flocco, Eric Miller
Cast: Nick Wilson, Kyle Leland, Ashley Clark, Hannah Kopen, Kyra Jones, Derrick Bettis, Colin Rice
Director bio: His first film was a documentary about shrooms. The priest in charge of the film program at his Catholic high school in downtown Chicago was not amused. His first project in film school was an adventure story about masterbation. The conservative Republican professor was slightly amused; it got a B-. After many short films and 10 years working as a PA on major studio productions, he now edits car dealership commercials to make money. He doesn't find this very amusing. Help Kyle. Program his films, and let's show some more conservative Catholics what else he's got hiding in that ungodly, degenerate, ginger mind of his.
HEART TO HEART
LIDDY (Fern Deacon) wakes up after heart surgery, woozy from anaesthetic and hallucinating. Her doctor is there to deliver devastating news to her and her overanxious mum HEN: her heart is in even worse condition than previously thought and, without a transplant, she could die any day. Upon hearing this, Liddy starts also hearing a voice, shouting that she's going to die a ‘pathetic virgin’: apparently this is her heart, LUMP (David Tennant), and he’s not about to sit around, waiting for her to die without ever even seeing a boob. He wants to get her laid. And nurse KIM is just the perfect candidate for Lump's plan. But first, Liddy will have to find the courage to at least say hello to her…
Country: United Kingdom
Director: Lilah Vandenburgh
Writer: Islay Bell-Webb
Producers: Chiara Ventura, Manon Ardisson
Cast: Fearn Deacon, Siena Kelly, David Tennant, Felicity Montagu
Director bio: Lilah received her BSc in Film and TV Directing from Boston University and her MFA in Film Directing from Columbia University. She’s the writer/director/editor of the multi- award-winning short, BITCH, which premiered at Sundance in 2007 and qualified for an Academy Award. She’s worked as a music video director for RSA/Black Dog and was a contributing writer for series 5 of the E4 drama, SKINS. Most recently she’s been co-writer, 2nd-unit director and music video director of three series of the award-winning BBC 3/Baby Cow comedy- drama UNCLE. She co-wrote episode 216 of The Flash for the CW/Bonanza and the Netflix feature, A SHAMBLING GUIDE TO NEW YORK CITY, based on the book by Mur Lafferty. Most recently, she directed web series KAPPA KRYPTO for Snapchat. She’s in development with a comedy vehicle starring Rizzle Kicks front man Jordan Stephens for Big Talk, she and UNCLE co-creator Oliver Refson wrote the period drama, BEYOND THE PALE, for Playground, and she and co-creator Islay-Bell Webb sold superhero comedy-drama, THE NIGHTHAWK, to YouTube Red and Gunpowder & Sky. She’s also developing the TV series KILLER OF DEMONS, based on the Image comic by Christopher Yost, starring Joel McHale, co-written by C. Robert Cargill, and produced by Doug Robinson Productions in conjunction with Sony TV, with Scott Derrickson as EP. She is repped for Film and TV by WME and Industry Entertainment in the US, and Independent Talent in the UK.
Hospital Show is a workplace comedy (10 x 5-7 min. eps) about the loveable, deluded, "wounded" actors who play TVs most respected doctors. In the centre of this petri-dish of dysfunction is Charlie (Sara Canning), a med-school dropout who could have been a real doctor, but instead, now plays one on TV. The whole series can be viewed through this play list link:
Director: Adam Greydon Reid
Writer: Adam Greydon Reid
Producer: Adam Greydon Reid
Cast: Sara Canning, Adrian Holmes, Jordan Connor, Enid-Raye Adams, Valerie Tian, Adam Greydon Reid, Lynda Boyd
Director bio: Adam Greydon Reid began his career as a kid actor on the cult hit "You Can't Do That On Television!", then co-wrote thirty of its episodes at sixteen. He won the "Norman Jewison Filmmakers Award" for his graduating short at Ryerson University and from there, has straddled both sides of the camera - as a director creating documentaries, short films and commercials (helming last year's Air Canada campaign starring Sandra Oh) and as an actor appearing in such shows as "Lost In Space", "Izombie", "Project Blue Book" and "Van Helsing."
The humour and horror of the life experiences of a Winnipeg filmmaker.
Director: Damien Ferland
Writer: Damien Ferland
Producer: Damien Ferland
Cast: Damien Ferland
Director bio: Damien Ferland is the director of several short comedies, music videos, an autobiographical web series, and the producer of a television documentary. His more recent work breaks the fourth wall to approach the humour and the horror that has weaved its way in his day-to-day life.
In this three-part web series, five men with explosive tanks strapped to their backs are forced to fight to the death in a competition where the winner is granted permission to ask out their friend's hot sister. Will friendship survive this violent game of life, death, and duct-taped explosives?
Director: Mitch Boudreau
Writer: Mitch Boudreau
Producer: Alex Tomaszewski
Cast: Ian Bolton, Kyle Hutchison, Elliot Boudreau, Thomas Partington, Mitch Boudreau, Mandy McDonald
Director bio: Mitch Boudreau is an independent filmmaker and editor from Peterborough, Ontario, with a keen eye towards the creative. A graduate of the Film & Television Production program at Humber College, Mitch has been able to immerse himself in many different aspects of making films and telling stories. He has been a part of many different projects that have aired on NBCSN, CBC, PBS and multiple popular social media channels.