CFC Actors Conservatory Showcase 7
Actors Conservatory grads pose with Michael Levine.
(L-R) Eli Goree, Kate Corbett, Michael Levine, Alex Paxton-Beesley, Keon Mohajeri, Harmon Walsh, Zainab Musa and Kevin MacDonald.
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Prod. Co.: NFB
Moon Man is a stereoscopic animated short
inspired by the song “Moonman Newfie”,
composed and sung by Canadian music legend
Stompin’ Tom Connors.
Prod. Co.: Momentum Productions
Equal parts buddy movie and romantic-comedy,
Moon Palace is ultimately a film about the curious
places life leads you — and how the most profound
insights sometimes come in baked goods.
Prod. Co.: Predator Entertainment Inc.
An elderly woman asks a home care worker to help
her commit suicide.
Prod. Co: Creative Matter Media Inc.
Morbidly Obese is a one hour Documentary
chronicling the lives, struggles and metamorphosis
of three Morbidly Obese Canadians who decide to
undergo bariatric surgery.
Prod. Co.: Concordia University
A dream like film which shows the ramifications
of guilt and how it can be emotionally
stabilizing. Freely adapted from an Edgar Allen Poe story.
Mr. Moore has agreed to drive Mary and Fay
Henry to school every morning, but he didn’t
count on all of their baggage.
Prod. Co.: Wan Production
Mosaic is a paint on glass animation. It is an
oblique but provocative bittersweet animation
about accepting and synchronizing one’s positive
and negative selves in order to see the beauty of
nature and the qualities of others.
MOST LOVED MOVIE MARATHON
Prod. Co.: TMN: The Movie Network
In order to celebrate the 100 years of movies,
TMN’s best loved movie marathon spot took
clips from some of our great titles to create an
entertaining and fun look at memorable film
MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE
Prod. Co.: Prairie Threat Entertainment Inc.
Henry and Olivia exchange gifts of suicide in
this re-telling of the classic O Henry Christmas
story, “The Gift of the Magi”. Henry descends
into the underworld where he witnesses the act
of faith that can bring him back to life.
Prod. Co.: Crimson Productions
A meditation on memory and loss as explored
through three couples in adjoining rooms of a
small rundown motel in Northern Ontario while
a summer storm approaches.
Mighty Pacer Productions
Set in Vancouver 1931. A young woman enters
a dark alley in search of an address. When she
finally meets Mother Cutter she must make a
decision that will change the rest of her life.
Documentary Short Subject
Prod. Co.: Alfa Nova Productions
A birth mother’s quest for self-fulfilment after
the loss of her child.
Prod. Co.: Moses Media
Dave Duncan, an entrepreneur, who after years
of trying, is about to realize the dream of his
life; to bring Mother’s Milk to a supermarket
near you. See what can happen to the soul of a
man, when his dreams grow so large they
threaten to overwhelm him.
MOTHERS, FATHERS AND OTHER
Prod. Co.: Storyteller Pictures production
A hapless donor breaks into a sperm bank,
desperate to ‘withdraw’ his samples. He is
confronted by a woman who’s equally desperate
to protect them. Neither saw love coming…
MOTHERS OF COURAGE
Prod. Co: NFB
Mothers of Courage explores how a person
with disabilities can thrive if given adequate
support. Marlene fights to secure her
MOTHERS OF REINVENTION
Prod. Co.: Avant Garde A Clue
Ironing is the least of the skills that women need
to learn in the New South Africa. For a country
that promised housing, equality, and jobs, how
are women making change?
MOTS DECOUVERTS, A
Prod. Co.: Video Femmes
MOUNT BAKER, WE HAVE ALWAYS
Prod. Co.: Roy Folkman Productions
This documentary tells the story of the Sto:lo
People of B.C’s Fraser Valley and their
spiritual/cultural ties to Mount Baker. It features
five Stoilo Elders, an Anthropologist, Aboriginal
youth, hikers, stunning photography, and powerful
actor michael copon
this half filipino actor’s most notable roles was several guest appearances on the wb’s one tree hill as trouble-maker felix taggaro.
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