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Canada Shorts 2019: Canadian and International Short Film Festival

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Mary Oland Theatre of the New Brunswick Museum

1 Market Square

Saint John, NB E2L 4Z6

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Watch an outstanding selection of Canadian and International short films entered into and curated by Canada Shorts Film Festival.

The shorts being screened are best-of-category and award winners. They include short films from Canada, the United States and overseas.

All films will be screened in English, or utilize English sub-titles when appropriate.

Some shorts have adult themes and are not suitable for children.

The short films will screen in two blocks (each block will screen different films):

(1) Block #1 ... Dec 14, 11am start (duration approx 90 mins)

  • The Throwback by Louise Bertoncini. If video killed the radio star, then surely Netflix has killed the DVD store...
  • Dancer By The Sea by Barbara Mones. A lonely widowed older woman who lives by the sea finds and adopts an abandoned baby otter on her property. The relationship that develops transforms her life.
  • Face Swap by David Gidali and Einat Tubi. A guy convinces his wife to try out a new A.I. technology to spice up their sex life, but he ends up getting a bit more spice than he bargained for.
  • Hello Baby by Lee Siu Lung. Best Horror/Thriller. Every mother should be happy seeing their child for the first time...
  • This is a Robbery by Anna Korchagina and Ivan Stepanov. A night. An office. A thief.
  • Dalia by Drey Jordan Singer. An obscure woman conjures up a man's dark past.
  • Cookies, Tea & Spices by Rath Chun. A collection of stories of passion and perseverance of three diasporas living in Paris.

(2) Block #2 ... Dec 14, 2pm start (duration approx 90 mins)

  • Hang Up! by Sean M Cullen. After his father's untimely death, Charlie is forced to carry on the family legacy but becomes overwhelmed by a persuasive, insulting telemarketer.
  • The Vet by Odette Schwegler and Michael Yelseth. Animal whisperer. Veterinary surgeon. Motorbike racer. Philosopher. Meet Philippe Plaschner as he shares his thoughts on love, life and laughter.
  • Let Me Run by Elmar Bayramov and Konul Kangarli. This is a story of Orkhan Adigozal (Tural Manafov), preparing to deliver a motivations speech in front of a large audience tomorrow; he has been disabled as a result of an injury from nine years ago.
  • Doffice by David Leclercq. An old guy works in the same office every day. But one day, a young colleague arrives and turns his world upside down.
  • All I See is the Future by Nancy Dionne. An optometrist opens her first clinic in the under-served area of Staten Island, New York when a newly released felon asks for a job.
  • Anemone by Glenn McGarry. A lifetime of pain and tragedy broke William’s limits and now he’ll have to suffer the consequences of his actions.
  • Emma by Olivér Rudolf. A bullying class humiliates Emma's deceased grandmother’s dress.
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Mary Oland Theatre of the New Brunswick Museum

1 Market Square

Saint John, NB E2L 4Z6

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