Posts Tagged ‘Keely Bruce’

7th Calgary Filmmakers Challenge Screening

Friday, June 29th, 2012

It’s time once again for the annual Calgary Filmmakers Challenge.

This year, the screening will feature six new films from Calgary filmmakers Darius de AndradeHussein Juma, Jun K. Lee, Farhan Daya, Jeff Hanni, Roberta McDonald, Keely Bruce & the Film Acting Fight Club.

The Challenge asks filmmakers to create a new short film using randomly selected criteria.
The criteria for this round of films was:

  • Theme: In The Public Domain
  • Character: A Teacher
  • Technical Requirement: A Sequence Presented In Reverse
  • Random Element: Pencils Stuck In A Ceiling

You can check out the film at the screening on July 4th at Concept Lounge (lower 908, 17 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta).
Doors open at 7pm, films start at 8pm. 

You can get all the info for the event on the Facebook event page and get more info about the Calgary Filmmakers Challenge on it’s Facebook group.

2011 Calgary Filmmakers Challenge Vimeo Channel

Monday, July 25th, 2011

If you weren’t able to make the Calgary Filmmakers Challenge screening a few weeks back, it now has a vimeo channel up showcasing some of the films created for the challenge.

Currently, you can check out Jeff Hanni’s Dead and Gone, Keely Bruce’s It Happened and Jim Thalheimer‘s A Mime to Die.

2011 Calgary Filmmakers Challenge

Monday, July 11th, 2011

The latest edition of the Calgary Filmmakers Challenge is screening this Wednesday (doors: 7, films: 8 ) at Concept Lounge.

We’ll be screening an early draft of the short I produced with James Reckseidler & Jen Bysterveld, The Battle of Karansebes.

Plus new films by Murray Smith, Chris Bragg, Keely Bruce, Jim Thalheimer and Jeff Hanni.

These were the criteria for this year’s Challenge:

THEME: Based on true events
CHARACTER: Mime
RANDOM ELEMENT: Butt cheeks
TECHNICAL ELEMENT: Inverted shot

Check it out more details on Facebook or at CalgaryMovies.com

I Claus

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

This is a personal favorite of mine.

What I love about it is that some how the filmmaker has combined a Fellini film with Benny Hill and who even thinks to do something like that? Who?

Keely Bruce, that’s who!

Keely Bruce is a friend and fellow filmmaker here in prairies of Calgary, Alberta. She put I Claus for the same Calgary Filmmaker’s Challenge I made Dickfore for.

Anyway, on with the show!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npSzc7Xi1AM