SISTERS IN ARMS Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the July 2018 Female Festival (Toronto)

SISTER IN ARMS, 9min., UK, Crime/Drama
Directed by Jessica O’Sullivan 

A female police squad arrive at a remote village in Northern Pakistan to question the villagers (mostly women) about two men that they are looking for. Before they leave they are attacked and shot at by three Taliban men. Returning fire they kill one Taliban before running for cover. All the female officers regroup except for the police commander’s younger sister who can not be found. Hearing shots and a truck driving away in the distance they run to the village edge where they can just about see in the far distance the younger sister being thrown out of the back of a truck and doused in gasoline by the Taliban. With the engine wires of their police truck cut and only an assault rifle to intercede the police commander races against the clock to save her sister from a horrendous death.

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SNUG AS A BUG Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the July 2018 Female Festival (Toronto)

SNUG AS A BUG, 11min., UK, Comedy
Directed by Louise C. Galizia 

Mickey and Gav are six floors up with a corpse, a rug that’s too small and a van they haven’t got. Worse still, they’re almost out of air freshener: a pungent comic short with bodies, bowels and bin-bags.

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THE CLIMB Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the July 2018 Female Festival (Toronto)

THE CLIMB, 9min., UK, Drama
Directed by Lynne Davison

Inspired by a heart-breaking true story, The Climb quietly explores the concept of feeling connected to someone you have lost by immersing yourself in something they love. The painful act of remembering by doing.

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CARL Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the July 2018 Female Festival (Toronto)

CARL, 17min., USA, Drama
Directed by Casey Denaro

CARL tells the story of Carl Denaro, who at twenty years old was shot in the head and became a victim to the Son of Sam shootings. As he was one of the first victims and there was no face to the alleged killer, Carl had to face a world of isolation. From that point on, he was forced to reevaluate his life and future since his plan to be a photographer for the Air Force was ruined. Our story follows Carl after the accident and how he and the rest of the world would find out his shooting was a part of a mass hysteria that changed New York in the late 1970’s.

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