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Watch My New Short Movie SOCKET (2016) at NSI

by Christopher Beaubien • January 22, 2018 • Start the Discussion!

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After three years in the making, Socket is officially released and ready to be experienced.

You can watch SOCKET now at the NSI Online Short Film Festival

Special thanks to producer Matt Seeley at Hamster Wheel Productions for being the first to step aboard this production and working like a pro. To the cast and crew who shared their time and talent to make this all possible: My appreciation knows no bounds.

You can also read more about Socket HERE.

One More Week…

by Christopher Beaubien • January 16, 2018 • Start the Discussion!

It’s official!

The NSI Online Short Film Festival will screen Socket (2016) on January 22nd.

Click HERE where my short film will be made available.

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Two Weeks From Now…

by Christopher Beaubien • January 08, 2018 • Start the Discussion!

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2017: 52 Films by Women Challenge

by Christopher Beaubien • January 03, 2018 • Start the Discussion!

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I just came across the 52 Films by Women challenge today. Since I keep close track of my movie viewing, let’s see how I did in 2017 having no initiative that these were going to be counted.

The Edge of Seventeen (dir. Kelly Fremon Craig)
Sleepwalk (dir. Sara Driver)
Standing Tall (dir. Emmanuelle Bercot)
Certain Women (dir. Kelly Reichardt) (Watched it twice)
Always Shine (dir. Sophia Takal)
Évolution (dir. Lucile Hadžihalilović)
Meshes of the Afternoon (dir. Maya Deren and Alexandr Hackenschmied)
All This Panic (dir. Jenny Gage)
Viktoria (dir. Maya Vitkova)
Karl Marx City (dir. Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker)
Cameraperson (dir. Kirsten Johnson)
Mansfield Park (dir. Jane Austen)
Toni Erdmann (dir. Maren Ade) (2nd time)
David Lynch: The Art Life (dir. Jon Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, and Rick Barnes)
Raw (dir. Julia Ducournau) (Watched it twice)
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