The good people at the Rio Theatre have selected my new short film Socket (2016) to screen at The Rio Grind Film Festival. All twenty-three minutes of it! This marks its world premiere in theatres, and a Vancouver one at that.
What they said:
Join us at the Rio Theatre for what may be the absolute best Short Film Screening event in the history of Vancouver, ever. It’s the Rio Grind Film Festival’s 2016 lineup, and it is good.
In fact, it’s so good that we’re presenting it over the course of two days! This year, we were fortunate to receive submissions from 12 countries, and were overwhelmed with the quality and variety of stories told by emerging filmmakers from around the world.
Bloody good shorts… From around the world!
My producer Matt Seeley (Hamster Wheel) and I are performing figurative back-flips over this.
So what’s Socket about?
A doctor punishes a photographer for ridiculing her amateurish attempts at his profession.
The screening will be held at 12:30pm on Sunday, November 6th.