January 30, 2019, 7:00 - 10:00 PM
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: January 30th, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
WIFTV, DOC BC, Cineworks members only. Free admission.
For more info on how to screen your films at the Film & Media Showcase, click here.
Sticky; 3 min; HD Video;
Written, Directed, and Produced by Ashley Good
Sound Design by Michelle Frey
In STICKY, April (Erin Keller) accidentally finds her ex-boyfriend's missing pet. STICKY is a micro-short film, directed by Ashley Good and created by an entirely female crew. STICKY is Ashley's homage to 90s VHS tapes and the early works of Tim Burton and Quentin Tarantino that she binged growing up.
E_GO; 3 min 13 sec; 35mm
Eric Cheung and Alan Sabir,
“E_GO” is an analysis of the dualistic nature of the ego mind and its role in shaping one's identity and perspective on an individual.” Pulling from Eric’s experiences in dealing with his
own personal struggles in finding his own self-identity and ultimately as a dance artist. This film utilizes mirrors as the main visual representation of the different aspects within ego.
This creates further dialogue on the idea of self-reflection and creates a medium for Eric to find himself in the short film. ** Filmed at Cineworks studio!
Writing Kim, 78 min; HD Video;
Written by Alison Lynne Ward
Directed by Luvia Petersen and Alison Lynne Ward
Annie is a 24-year-old writer who travels across the country - leaving her boyfriend Luke behind - to visit her affluent, older, married friend “Kim”. Annie is introduced to Kim’s husband, Carey – a boyish and hospitable product of a prep-school upbringing, and their four-and-a-half-year-old son – Jake, who immediately takes a liking to Annie. As Annie’s informal writer’s retreat unfolds, she becomes increasingly inspired and intrigued by Kim’s charismatic charm and seemingly fluid sexuality.
Featuring Destee Klyne, Alison Lynne Ward, Stevie Jay, Thomas Nicholson and Jett Klyne
Q + A panel will be generously hosted by Ana Maria Carrizales with Alison Ward (Writing Kim) and Michelle Frey (audio recorder/foley artist, Sticky).
Ashley Good is an independent filmmaker and writer from Victoria BC. Inspired by the quote, "Life doesn't imitate art, it imitates bad television," Ashley's style
tends to explore the humour in bizzare situations, through dark comedy and horror. Her first feature length comedy, PITY PARTY, was released in 2018 and is available through Vimeo on Demand.
Born and raised in Calgary Alberta, Eric Cheung has been specializing in the style of popping for 6 years. Originally self-taught, now has trained under the many of the originators and current innovators of the dance. Eric has also travelled and competed in battles across Canada and overseas to countries like the USA, Amsterdam and Japan. As an artist, Eric strives to always show the most authentic version of himself whenever he performs. He has also become known for his ability to perform under pressure and his willingness to take risks in competitions. Eric also brings these attributes and authenticity in every work he creates.
Alan is a filmmaker based out of Calgary, he traveled to Singapore, San Francisco, Mexico, LA, Tokyo, and more around the world to capture dance on film and digital media. He specializes in Cinematography, and Color. His past experience consists of pulling focus on various feature films, music videos, short films and commercials. Recently starting to direct and shoot his own and others music videos, short films, and web series. Currently working at Stocksy United as a senior colorist and educating himself on aesthetic and taste. Always hungry for knowledge and seeking improvement in everything he does.
Alison Lynne Ward is a writer/director/actor/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"(Mac Film Festival Brazil), wrote, directed and co-produced “It’s Not About Kate” (HerStory Cinephelia Society Festival Nashville), co-produced a music video for indie band Miss Quincy, and wrote, produced and co-directed the Feature "Writing Kim" Director Bio: Luvia Petersen is an actor and director living in Vancouver, BC. She’s currently working as a series regular on the new CityTV police procedural The Murders. Other select acting credits include Ghost Wars (Syfy/Netflix) for which she was nominated for Leo Award for best actress, and Continuum (SyFy) for which she was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award and a Leo Award for best actress. Directing credits include the short film Dog Bite; a dark comedy relationship drama starring Jennifer Spence. (You Me Her, Travelers, Continuum) Luvia co-directed the independent feature film Writing Kim along with Producer and lead actress Alison Ward which was completed in 2018. Luvia also directed two music videos for indie band Miss Quincy - one of which won an “Award of Excellence” at the 2016 Canadian International Film Festival.
Ana Carrizales is a psychologist, writer, producer & media creator. In 2007, she was recipient of the NBC- Universal screenwriting scholarship and graduated with honours. Upon graduation from Vancouver Film School, Ana co-directed the Playback Theatre Youth Troupe in 2009 – a multi-disciplinary project & documentary, winning the 2013 City of Richmond’s Arts Innovation Award for its artistic excellence. In addition, Ana has produced, written and directed various short films and documentaries.