LIFT OUT LOUD Feb 16 – Guest Moderator Gina Dineen

 

LIFT
OUT LOUD February presents:

A
Bi-Monthly Screenplay Reading Series With Guest Moderator

GINA
DINEEN
(Bravo!FACT)

 

 

LIFT
OUT LOUD February presents:

A
Bi-Monthly Screenplay Reading Series With Guest Moderator

GINA
DINEEN
(Bravo!FACT)

 

Two
Short Screenplays for discussion

Scripts
by Jayvibha Vaidya and Cody Campanale
 

**
NOTE WEEKDAY CHANGE **

 

GUEST
MODERATOR: Gina Dineen (Bravo!FACT)

A
graduate of the York University Film program, Gina Dineen has worked in the
arts for the past twenty years as a writer, actress, producer and administrator.
She has been the Program Administrator at Bell Media Inc.’s Bravo!FACT since
2009. In her spare time, Gina founded the annual Cabbagetown Short Film and
Video Festival and since1992 continues to program the juried international film
festival, which takes place in September in Toronto. Many LIFT supported films
have been screened at the Cabbagetown Short Film and Video Festival including
films by Larissa Fan, Mike Hoolboom, Lisa Hayes and Barbara Mainguy.

 

The
Temp
written by Jayvibha Vaidya

Clara
Davis’ career is MIA. Her bank account needs CPR, and her rent needs to be paid
ASAP. She agrees to a temp job as an administrative assistant at a top law
firm, but once she enters the building, she’s forced to put up with creepy
co-workers, cryptic warning messages and a boss who demands way more than her
time. Just a regular office, right? That’s what she thinks, until she disobeys
orders and discovers her coworkers aren’t exactly human.

 

Viaticum written by Cody Campanale, Andrew Smith, Rob Stockman

A
Priest administers an Old Man’s last rights on a stormy evening in Toronto.
After the Old Man’s death, the Young Priest finds himself in a battle for his
own life when a brutal stabbing leaves him ‘left for dead’.  In another part of the country, Liz
receives a call from the hospital informing her of her father’s unstable
condition. On the drive into town, she reflects on the suffering she endured
while living in her father’s house, and whether or not she wants to make peace
with him. The two stories intertwine, creating a portrait of suffering and
renewal.

 

Join
us afterwards at The Ossington’s LIFT OUT LOUD Meet and Greet, 61 Ossington
Avenue.

 

To
submit a script for a future reading or for more information please visit us
at: http://lift.ca/programming/lift-out-loud or email liftoutloud(at)gmail.com


 

Thursday 16 February 2012 19:30  

Non-members: $5.00
Members: $5.00

Location:
Xpace Cultural Centre 
58 Ossington Avenue 
Toronto ON Canada