Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Virgin Radio 96 presents the Canadian Heritage Opening Night Screening for the YoungCuts Film Festival
Virgin Radio 96 presents:
The Canadian Heritage Opening Night Screening
for the Tenth Anniversary YoungCuts Film Festival
Featuring great short films by Quebec's best young Anglophone filmmakers...
Friday, 30 September 2011 7PM/19h vendredi, le 30 septembre, 2011
Guzzo Mega-Plex Sphèretech 14, 3500 Côte-Vertu, Ville Saint-Laurent, Québec, Canada.
17 Films, approximately 93 minutes
Buy tickets to the screening:
1. Batminton (QC) Sarah Quirion, Animation, 0:30
2. Generation Segregation (QC) Emily Johnsson, Documentary, 3:30
3. Ballad of Shadows (QC) Ben McKinnon, Experimental Short, 4:30
4. Snowball (QC) Eric Bent, Animation, 1:00
Synopsis: A young man becomes the target of a snowball thrower while making a snowman. Will he ignore it....or get back at him? (Somewhat based on a real event)
Synopsis: The life of a young man is threatened by a masked individual in the middle of the California desert.
La vie d'un jeune homme est menacée par un individu cagoulé en plein désert californien.
Synopsis: Mark, a seventeen-year-old schizophrenic boy, struggles to live with his condition.
7. Solstice (QC) Caroline de Konick, Animation, 3:30
8. Our Subject is Hair (QC) Vincent Toi, Documentary, 8:00
9. Little Black Boxes (QC) Sophie Choquette, Animated Music Video (Teen), 4:30
Synopsis: Written, shot and edited in 24 hours. A blacksmith prepares his workshop for a blind date with a mysterious woman. This movie is the perfect example of how a great story can be created under pressure.
11. FrAME (QC) Vincent Toi, Drama, 7:00
Synopsis: Waning is a short fiction film using spacial montage to address the narratives of memory and loss. The story follows an aspiring model who one day meets a photographer with a unique portfolio, seeking beauty in death.
Switching Worlds (QC) Francesca Abbondanza-Bergeron, Animation + Drama (Teen), 5:00
Synopsis: The story of a young man obsessed with the women depicted in mangas and animes (Japanese cartoons).
Foodsploitation (QC) Adam Bagatavicius, Experimental Comedy, 6:00
Synopsis: A food exploitation fantasia.
Une fantaisie de nourriture exploitée.
Synopsis: During an interview with an employment agency, Matthew, a young dropout without ambition, bares his soul when given the chance to talk about himself to someone who will listen.
Synopsis: Where do memories go when we don't want them anymore? The journey of an abandoned moment from the past, searching for a new home, told through a series of photographs and stop motion animation.
Synopsis: In a not-too-distant future, powerful conglomerate, the Global Space Agency plans to launches a highly-classified single-manned mission into the depths of the solar system.
Need more than 6 tickets? We suggest a 10 ticket bundle:
You can also buy a pass for the entire festival (all 9 Screenings):
Buy a DVD of the screening:
For information about the screening or alternative ways to buy tickets, passes or screening DVDs contact us at the YoungCuts offices: Mike@YoungCuts.com 514.285.4591