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FILM AND MEDIA SHOWCASE: CINEWORKS | WIFTV | DOC BC

7:00 PM, July 26, 2017

FILM AND MEDIA SHOWCASE: CINEWORKS/ WIFTV/ DOC BC

An evening of film and conversation. A collaboration between WIFTV, DOC BC and Cineworks, held on the last†Wednesday of every month at Cineworks.

Location: Cineworks Studio at 1131 Howe Street, entry in back alley

Date & Time:†July 26th†7:00 - 10:00 PM

WIFTV, DOC BC, Cineworks members only. Free admission.

PROGRAM

Cocktail, Dishes, Dinner; 8 min 30 sec; HD Video
Director: Diana Berdichevsky (WIFTV);
Housewife Juliette and husband Ted lead a quiet suburban life where tensions seethe below the surface due to Tedís infidelity.

Itís Not About Kate; 20 min 47 sec; HD Video
Director: Alison Ward (WIFTV)
Robyn is stuck in the monotony of marriage. When an old friend comes to visit, something is ignited in Robyn that is hard to ignore.

Manhattan Flyer Deluxe; 15 min 25 sec; 2011; HD Video
Director: Bernie Yao (Cineworks)
A series of bike thefts on campus leads to some of that bike chasing and girl chasing.

Ocean Falls; 2015; 13 min 14 sec; HD digital transfer from 16mm film;
Directors: Ryan Ermacora & Jessica Johnson (Cineworks)
A lyrical study of the nearly abandoned company town west of Bella Coola that all but withered and died once its existence no longer made financial sense.

BIOGRAPHIES

Diana Berdichevsky comes from a long line of filmmakers and artists. Her passion for her craft was ignited in her childhood in Russia where she was exposed to a life of theatre, film and art through her parents and grandparents. With 10 years experience in production as a director, Diana hit the ground running as soon as she finished her Creative Writing/ English degree from York University, directing commercials for Indigo Books, The Cancer Society of Canada, Money Mart, Band Aid and others. Her work has been featured on prominent online publications (Creativity Online, Stimulant and others). In 2015 she received the Creative Innovation Award from Humber College for her work on their Mental Health Campaign.

Alison Lynne Ward is a writer/director/producer of independent film and theatre with a specific interest in LGBTQ and women's stories. She previously directed the short 15 Years Later, co wrote/co produced the short Empty With Purpose and wrote, produced and co directed Writing Kim, a feature length dramedy which is currently in post production. Currently, she is developing a one person stage show titled No Gold Star which will be shown at the Halifax Fringe Festival this September.

Diana Berdichevsky comes from a long line of filmmakers and artists. Her passion for her craft was ignited in her childhood in Russia where she was exposed to a life of theatre, film and art through her parents and grandparents. With 10 years experience in production as a director, Diana hit the ground running as soon as she finished her Creative Writing/ English degree from York University, directing commercials for Indigo Books, The Cancer Society of Canada, Money Mart, Band Aid and others. Her work has been featured on prominent online publications (Creativity Online, Stimulant and others). In 2015 she received the Creative Innovation Award from Humber College for her work on their Mental Health Campaign.

Alison Lynne Ward is a writer/director/producer of independent film and theatre with a specific interest in LGBTQ and women's stories. She previously directed the short 15 Years Later, co wrote/co produced the short Empty With Purpose and wrote, produced and co directed Writing Kim, a feature length dramedy which is currently in post production. Currently, she is developing a one person stage show titled No Gold Star which will be shown at the Halifax Fringe Festival this September.

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