Short Films, Documentaries, Animation, Bigfoot & One More Beer!

October 7, 2012 at 9:57 am

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Have you watched a short film today?

ONE MORE BEER!

Here’s a quick short with fantastic animation and a punch line that will make you smile.  It was directed by Pedro Conti and Alan Camilo

Visit the official site here.

A STORY OF PINES

“The Story of Pines features Pine, a pine tree that has been left alone after her surrounding forest was decimated. After meeting an inquisitive bird named Bird, Pine leaves her mountaintop perch and embarks on a magical journey in search of a new home.”

The stylish animated film was directed by Musa Brooker and written by Alison Sudol, Musa Booker and Max Winston.

Click here for more details on the film and the preservation efforts.

BIGFOOT COUNTY

“The movie is best described as Blair Witch meets Deliverance with a touch of Bigfoot.”

The film is set for release through Lionsgate on December 11, 2012.  Visit www.believebigfoot.com for more.

APPLESEEDS

“A story about how far a woman will go to save her child from domestic violence.”

Directed by Robyn Dettman Written by Ashley Perryman Quach.

For more on the film visit www.appleseedsthefilm.com.

ARCLIGHT CINEMAS DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL

The second annual Documentary Film Festival just began the second round of voting.  Click here to head over to YouTube and watch trailers for the 20 favorites.  They are separated into 4 categories:  Biographical/historical, social issue, entertainment and shorts.  Head over and cast your vote.

Check out the Facebook page here.

THE BATTLE OF MONTE CASSINO CAMPAIGN

“There is a feature film on the Battle of Monte Cassino, which took place during WWII that is being releasing in 2014 to coincide with the 70thanniversary of the Battle.  There is a recently launched campaign that focuses on the Battle of Monte Cassino.  The campaign is providing support to the Monte Cassino community by collecting donations that will be used to help remove unexploded ordinance that are still in the area and to support the local region.”

Click here for more on the campaign and the upcoming film based on The Battle of Monte Cassino.

DO YOU HAVE A PROJECT YOU WOULD LIKE TO PROMOTE?

Email me at jason@17west.ca and be sure to include links to your project/website. (Note: I don’t review submissions)

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