LIFT OUT LOUD – October Reading

The LIAISON OF INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS OF TORONTO present

October’s LIFT OUT LOUD Short Screenplay Reading

BLOOD, BLOOD AND MORE BLOOD

 

Three plasmatic screenplays for Halloween

NEW COLOUR and PILLS by Shaun Graham
PATIENT by Dan Clements

Wednesday

 

This month’s moderator will be VINCENZO NATALI.

 

The LIAISON OF INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS OF TORONTO present

October’s LIFT OUT LOUD Short Screenplay Reading

BLOOD, BLOOD AND MORE BLOOD

 

Three plasmatic screenplays for Halloween

NEW COLOUR and PILLS by Shaun Graham
PATIENT by Dan Clements

Wednesday

 

This month’s moderator will be VINCENZO NATALI.

 

Beginning his career with the award winning Canadian Film Centre
short ELEVATED, Vincenzo Natali is best known for writing and
directing the internationally renown existential sci-fi thriller
CUBE. Other directing projects include CYPHER starring Lucy Liu, and
GETTING GILLIAM – a documentary on the making of Terry Gilliam’s film
TIDELAND. Currently working out of Los Angeles, Vincenzo is in
pre-production on the sci-fi feature HIGHRISE based on a novel by
J.G. Ballard, and in development on the horror/thriller NECROPOLIS.

Participating Actors To Be Announced.

 

NEW COLOUR by Shaun Graham

 

A desperate inventor takes drastic measures after he fails to sell
his blood-coloured crayon to the final crayon company on his list.

 

PILLS by Shaun Graham

 

A strong-willed woman has trouble separating her violent fantasies
from the dysfunctional reality in her marriage after taking a few too
many sleeping pills.

 

After a student placement on THE TOM GREEN SHOW, Shaun Graham found
work rigging props on another colourful program: THE RED GREEN SHOW.
Shaun submitted a number of short comedy sketches to the
producer/star Steve Smith which eventually led to his promotion to
head writer. Shaun wrote the original six animated shorts for RANGER
GORD’S EDUCATIONAL FILMS. Other television writing credits include
SUPER-TOWN CHALLENGE and HISTORY BITES.

 

PATIENT by Dan Clements

 

A woman, a man, a coffee shop and a body count.

 

While at Sheridan College, Dan Clements won the Sheridan People’s
Choice Award in 2004 for his short film THE TRAMP. Besides writing
PATIENT and getting his BFA at York University, he is currently
working on an adaptation of Robert Munsch’s bestselling children’s
book LOVE YOU FOREVER.

 

*FREE PIZZA will be served at the event.

 

 

 

Wednesday 11 October 2006 19:00  

Non-members: Free/PWYC ($5 Suggested)
Members: Free/PWYC ($5 Suggested)

Location:
XPACE 
303 Augusta Avenue 
Toronto ON Canada