Archive for February, 2011

Vincent Varga’s Imagine & Kurt Harder’s My Name Is Clarence

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

The Calgary International Film Festival has a program called Youth By Youth Cinema showcasing the next generation models of filmmakers. While attending the 2010 YYC program, I caught two films that really stood out for me — Vincent Varga‘s Imagine and Kurt Harder‘s My Name Is Clarence. Both these directors are in high school and both of them ended up winning top honours in the YYC program. (Imagine won Best Live Action and My Name is Clarence won the Youth Renegade award.)

Needless to say, I am extremely impressed (and kind of intimidated) by their raw talent.

And now you can be too!


My Name is Clarence from Kurt Harder on Vimeo.

Oh, and my wicked, awesome fundraiser for my new short subject social satire Uni is still going on! If you have the urge, your donation will go a long way to getting our independent short film off the ground! Plus, there are some cool gifts for donors. Click the unicorn below to get all the details!

CGY at the $100 Film Festival

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

The full lineup for the $100 Film Festival is up and CGY will be screening!

CGY will screen on Saturday March 5th during the final night of the festival at 7pm at the Plaza Theatre in Calgary.

I’ll be in attendance and, if that isn’t enough, the event will be fully licensed. So you can enjoy short films and a cold one on your Saturday night!

Oh, and I am also still fundraising for my next short film. If you’re interested in donating, it would help out a lot!

Uni Fundraiser Pitch Video

Monday, February 7th, 2011

The fundraiser for our new short film continues!

If you head over, I recorded a bit of a pitch video you can watch to help to entice you into donating.

Plus, still tons of donor gifts available! Buttons, a comedy CD from Darcy Michael, t-shirts!

Help us make Ex-Gay Conversion Centre satire!