Film Premiere in Bali!!
Nowhere Normal has been selected to be screened at the 4th Dimension Independent Film Festival, running from September 26-30, 2022, in Bali, Indonesia!
This will be our little, Canadian short’s world premiere!
Comox Valley finalist
A second short screenplay by Heather Morrow is a finalist in the Comox Valley International Film Festival’s screenwriting competition!
Reasons I Hate Being Single is in the Short Film Script International (that is, not B.C.!) competition. The festival is in May, and winners in all categories will be announced May 12, 2022. Yay!
Finalist for best short script at SIFF!
Another script selection!
The screenplay for our short film Nowhere Normal has been selected for the competition at the Swedish International Film Festival!
We’re hopeful this and the script’s previous success at Comox will generate interest when we come to shoot in 2022!
Photos from FRANCE: Cannes
Part of the reason I applied for my current artists’ residency was its location: the French Riviera is among those almost mythical places you read about. Where the gargantuan artists and authors worked, where water, sky, and wine blend together. And, it’s 5 minutes from Cannes.
Cannes is very polished compared to Nice and Antibes, and normally I don’t like that. But it works here – the beaches, trees, ancient buildings and colour of the water aren’t overcome by the opulent hotels, fancy cars and designer shops. Everything goes together. The city isn’t remotely shy about playing up its glamorous image – the Palme D’Or symbol is on the roads, there are banners and murals of movie stars everywhere. They’re saying: “Of course movies happen here, of course the world’s most prestigious film festival is here. Because it’s beautiful!”