The Cold War thriller parody short film I wrote with my brother Dennis has finished making the rounds of festivals and such and is now available to watch for free on YouTube. Do check it out! It only costs 25 minutes of your life, and its totally worth it, if I do say so myself.
I will be hosting a screening of the short films iBrain and Double Crossed at Caper Con, a sci-fi, fantasy, anime and comic book convention in my hometown of Sydney, NS. So if you’re in town come check them out! The screening is this Friday Oct 21 at 9pm at Center 200 on the Caper Con main stage. You have to be attending the convention to come to the screening and a day pass for Friday is $15. Festivities get underway at 3pm and there will be lots of vendors (I’ll be there loaning out graphic novels for the library) and other panels so if you’re at all nerdy do come check it out, it’s a good time
The latest (completed) film project I wrote is an official selection for the Regina International Film Festival in October. It’s a 20 minute Canadian Cold War spy comedy. If you happen to be in Saskatchewan on Friday October 3 between 1 and 3:30 pm, you should check it out. Here’s the trailer: