Monthly Archives: January 2018

ROMANCE BEST SCENE Reading of SHE’S A DREAM, by Amanda Marie

Genre: Romantic-Comedy Popstar TK Angel has become disillusioned with having everything his heart desires, but with pressures of possibly losing his contract, he seeks solace on a remote island, falls for a local girl, and experiences real love for the … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday: Jamie Clayton

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Jamie Clayton Born: January 15, 1978 in San Diego, California, USA I’m definitely focusing all of my attention on acting. Modeling comes up by default, and I love it – of course I think that…

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Happy Birthday: Eddie Cahill

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Eddie Cahill Born: January 15, 1978 in New York City, New York, USA The 13-episode model lends itself to a more serialised format, which is nice and gives writers a chance to breathe some space…

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ROMANCE Short Film Festival – Wednesday February 14, 2018

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2018.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm. Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around … Continue reading

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Director BIO: Linnea Ritland (VIOLET & JUNE)

Director Biography Linnea Ritland is a full time student in the UBC Film Production Program and part time lover of bread. One time she saw some comedy and was like, “wow, that brought me so much joy! maybe I should … Continue reading

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Short Film: VIOLET AND JUNE, 6min., Canada, Romance/Comedy

  Violet & June is a short film about falling in love, the terror of being alive in a cold heartless universe, and butts. Project Links  Facebook Film Type: Short, Student Genres: Romance, Comedy, Integrated Animation, Queer, Lesbian, Asian, Lgbt … Continue reading

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Short Film: WHAT IF…?, 14min., Hungary, Romance/Drama

  When it comes to relationships, everyone has a story. Whether it’s the one that is, the one that could have been or the one that never was meant to be – one thing is for certain: we can only … Continue reading

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Director BIO: Robert Guthrie

Director Biography Robert Guthrie wrote and produced the short films, “Right Now”, which played in U.S. and European film festivals, and “The Romeo Files”, which was featured on Our Spirit, the web-based nonprofit he founded to help LGBTQ youth ignore … Continue reading

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Short Film: EASY, A 3 MINUTE LOVE STORY, 3min., USA, Romance/Drama

  Two high school guys are in love. One’s Christian, one’s Jewish. A father disapproves, the other’s parents are thrilled. Who cares that it’s not perfect? They got this.   Project Links  Website Film Type: Short Runtime: 3 minutes 37 … Continue reading

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Director’s BIO: Thia Schuessler & Rex New

Director Biography Thia Schuessler and Rex New wrote and directed the short film HOUSESITTER, which played at the Indianapolis and Atlanta Film Festivals, amongst others. Schuessler & New were nominated for the Atlanta Film Festival’s “Filmmaker to Watch” award. The … Continue reading

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