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THERE’S STILL GOOD Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival

THERE’S STILL GOOD, 12min., Japan, LGBT/Drama Directed by Ciaran R. Maidwell Will, a young black student from Cape Town travels to the suburbs with his white boyfriend, K, to meet Joy, K’s mother. At dinner, Joy asks Will what his ‘African’ name is, and the story takes off from there. CLICK HERE – and see full info… Continue reading THERE’S STILL GOOD Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival

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THE BROTHER Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival

THE BROTHER, 4min., UK, LGBT/Comedy Directed by Kai Fiáin The morning after the night before, Frances finds herself a little bit more involved in a situation than she would want to be – the kind of situation where you don’t ask too many questions. The beauty of London’s East End is that you never quite know… Continue reading THE BROTHER Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from May 2019 LGBT Toronto Festival

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LGBT Winning Short Screenplay: Hunting Season, by Sheila Schroeder

A lesbian Latinix comedian finds herself in dangerous territory during Wyoming’s hunting season. CAST LIST: Danny: David Rowan Dick: Brodie Nichols Narration: Danielle Nicole Tammy: Rebecca Whitby Sam: Sylvie Normandeau **** Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Kierston Drier, Shepsut Wilson Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editors: Kimberly Villarruel, Kyle Drier, John Johnson Festival Directors: Mary Cox,… Continue reading LGBT Winning Short Screenplay: Hunting Season, by Sheila Schroeder

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Director BIO: Krit Komkrichwarakool (FREEFALL)

Originally from Bangkok, Thailand and graduated in communication design, Krit moved to Vancouver to pursue a career in film. Using his experience in design and integrate it with filmmaking, Krit strives to become a better storyteller with his films. His first student short “Soulitude” was nominated for Best Student Drama from LAIFF in 2015. He’s… Continue reading Director BIO: Krit Komkrichwarakool (FREEFALL)

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Director BIO: Kai Fiáin (THE BROTHER)

Kai Fiáin is a London based screenwriter, director and producer. They began their filmmaking career in documentary, working with community groups and political activists using video as a tool for marginalised voices. Kai made documentary work on subjects such as LGBTQ asylum seekers, globalisation and working class sub-cultures. More recently Kai has begun writing and… Continue reading Director BIO: Kai Fiáin (THE BROTHER)

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Director BIO: Ciaran R. Maidwell (THERE’S STILL GOOD)

Ciaran majored in Screen Production at the University of Cape Town, where he made his directing and screenwriting debut with There’s Still Good, his graduation film. His passion for the craft was cemented in 2013 when he attended a Film and Arts program at the University of California Los Angeles. Subsequent to graduating from the… Continue reading Director BIO: Ciaran R. Maidwell (THERE’S STILL GOOD)

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1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading of Electric Indigo, by Thomas Krutainis

Grieving the loss of his fiancé Josh, Sawyer Guillory, an astute assistant physics professor working in Tennessee, finds himself detached and alone. Alienated and seeking relief from his grief, Sawyer engages in an unlikely bond with the surly and cynical Ron, an older blue collar man, mourning the loss of his daughter. CAST LIST: Merritt:… Continue reading 1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading of Electric Indigo, by Thomas Krutainis