Better Get This on Tape (Bailey Vanduinen, Emily Anderson, Shannon Anderson)
Follow through the lens of a mysterious killer, who films her victims’ daily lives.
The Break In (Lakeshore School Grade 7/8 Class)
Two brothers are left alone for the night and are menaced by a mysterious visitor.
For Poppa (Bodhi Pantony Irwin)
This is a compilation film Bodhi Pantony Irwin made from all the videos that he and his grandfather did together over the course of two years.
Hourglass (Angelica Peters, Justine Gilholm, Shannon Dunphy)
After a tragic accident, 17-year-old Quinn finds herself in an alternate reality where she is able to avoid the disaster. Now, she must face the decision between letting the hourglass run out or turning it back around.
I’m Beautiful (Noah Lalonde)
A different and dark perspective of what it takes to be beautiful in today’s society.
Kurayami no Wa (暗闇の輪) (Morgana McKenzie)
When Hallowe’en is hijacked by a Japanese doomsday cult, a girl and her siblings are forced to flee into the harsh conditions of winter.
Looking for Godot (Daniel Fichtinger, Ellie McTaggart)
Everyone has their own, personal Godot. Something they wait for which may never arrive. Something they seek but may never encounter. A girl wanders the town, retrieving fragmented recollections of past experiences.
Painted Face (Eric Liam Bates-Mcleod)
A monologue of the rise of the Joker.
“Still Okay” by Stacey Green Jumps – Official Music Video (Kurtis Watson)
Stacey Green Jumps is a band from Peterborough Ontario (Jemma, Rhys and Ambrose).
Star Wraps (Taylor Adams)
After watching the new STAR WARS film, brothers Dylan and Taylor take to the Christmas wrapping. Little do they know, the force flows through the room the same way hockey player’s hair flows from their heads. Adventure, was afoot….
The Table (Daniel Karan)
Join Aaron, Sam, Mac and Kaz for their weekly meeting as they play some good old Dungeons and Dragons. Maybe.
Ten Holes in Your Chest (Kurtis Watson)
A campfire ghost story short film.
Waiting for a Friend (Julia Davis)
This music video is a look into the dark mind of someone who is depressed, stuck, lonely, and conflicted between two paths she can take.
Water (Odile Burume)
Water is based on Odile’s experiences in Uganda. This film reflects her thoughts and worries about the world’s water supply in the coming years. She hopes you enjoy her film as much as she enjoyed making it.