Woodland Grey is a stylized psychological thriller with horror elements throughout about a middle-aged hermit who lives alone in the deep woods. He rescues and eventually befriends a young hiker only to have her release a supernatural force in the form of a feral child from an old shed behind his cabin.
They flee the cabin in an attempt to escape the relentless pursuit of the child and their own disturbing inner demons.
Woodland Grey is very much a character-based film that deals with themes of guilt, grief and regret. The intensity of these emotions can cause strong physical manifestations and affect the very quality of our lives. Our lead characters demonstrate a desperate yearning to self medicate the darkest times in their lives through isolation. This is something that is so universal and ripe for the medium of film.
After an accident leaves her mother in critical condition, Heather clings to what family she has left by taking care of her mentally unwell grandmother, Rose. Heather wants to enjoy the summer with her friends but is forced to juggle managing her grandmother's unsettling, and at times violent, behaviour with keeping her own psychological health in check. Soon Heather realizes she cannot care for her grandmother alone and hires Nick, a charming and patient caregiver who comes to take care of Rose.
The day comes for a long anticipated party. A multitude of friends and acquaintances have shown up for what will no doubt be a wild night. Accompanied by Sam, Heather for once seems to be enjoying her time in the house. Her enjoyment is quickly halted when confronted by her aggressive ex- boyfriend in a secluded bathroom. Things are made hauntingly worse when Rose appears.
When Maggie and her husband relocate from the sunshine state to the cold, dreary winters of Montreal, she is given only eight weeks to complete her new work assignment. They move into an upscale apartment building that caters to the very wealthy of the city’s elite and meet a slew of strange and interesting neighbours. One character in particular is the genius neurologist, Dr. Morrell, who claims to have discovered the cure for mortality.
When Maggie’s neighbours seem to vanish for weeks at a time and reappear out of thin air slightly different, she suspects Dr. Morrell. As the crisis deepens, a delusional tenant tells Maggie that she believes that Dr. Morrell and his clients are behind the world crisis. Maggie then starts to suspect that a wealthy neighbour who recently died might have replaced her husband. But without tangible proof, Maggie cannot decide what to do or whom to trust. In this suspenseful, action-packed sci-fi mystery, Maggie fights furiously to unveil Dr. Morrell’s conspiracy.
Sophie, who has been tasked with caring for her young nephew Peter, finds herself on a deserted country road late at night. An unscheduled pit stop is suddenly interrupted by Walter, a hunter who has become the hunted, who hitches a ride at gunpoint and tells Sophie his tale of the Thousand Legged Terror, a horrifying creature said to stalk the countryside.Can Sophie trust Walter’s tall tale? Can she keep Peter from the monster and the man with the gun? Which should she fear more? Or is Sophie the most ruthless of them all?
2031. Earth is recovering from a massive solar flare that has destroyed infrastructures, computerized equipment and satellites, and damaged millions of memory cards across continents.
Alice has 14 hours to report to authorities before being irrevocably ‘inserted’ into the Providence Program – a state-of-the-art, yet foreboding retirement home.
She will embark on a final journey, knowing this is her last chance to piece together her fragmented mind and to find out what happened to her family.
Tax Shelter Terrors is the first feature-length documentary that fully explores how the toxic social and political Canadian context after 1968 created some of the most nihilistic and imaginative Canadian cult films of the 1970s, 80s and beyond. This exposé of Canadian cult culture mixes exclusive interview footage with all of the key Canadian and Quebec cult creators and icons from the 1970s with cutting edge commentary from the new wave of directors influenced by these explosive images.
Man Lost World tells the tale of Harvey: a 55-year-old, emotionally distorted introvert working in the dead letter department of the post office. The unexpected death of his mother shocks him out of his mundane routine. It pushes him to take on the mission of helping a new found friend, John, reconnect with his estranged son, Sam. Craving a father-son relationship, having never had one himself, Harvey starts to believe that he would make a better father figure for Sam than John ever could.
Obsessed with this, he fails to see the potential wrong in his actions and after years of violating strangers by reading their lost mail, Harvey embarks on a twisted game of falsifying reality. Man Lost World is more than a father-son reconciliation story: it is a film about self-discovery through our circumstances and the people we choose to surround ourselves with, and the role of our past; its influence on the present and the road it paves for the future.
Le Blink is the story of a man who started off as a construction worker and rose to the head of the biggest construction union in Quebec, Canada to then have it all taken away due to a political war. Jocelyn Dupuis is a man of the people who has always put the workers rights in front of his own well-being, which is why his imprisonment has shaken him to the core.
Through this 6-episode mini-series, we will explore his great courage, his fight for justice as well as the pain and hardship of his downfall.
Evangelina, a seemingly introverted Harvard freshman with a troubled past, looks for fulfillment by diving into the world of underground sex clubs, eventually becoming the most dominant Madam of the underground.
‘’The Race Of Life’’ is a short live action comedy film, a parody of both reality television and game shows. In it, we witness the last few minutes of the final show of the season and the contestants are trying to win a million dollars by delivering their baby first, live on network television. Through a montage of the previous season, we will see different contestants and their various strategies to get pregnant and win the contest. But with a surprise twist in the final moments, one baby's life will be changed forever!
An arrogant young man visits his father who appears to be on his deathbed. The son, our "Prince", is not coming to shed tears or to say farewell. He has only come to ask his father where he’s hidden the money. The dying man answers with a weak, cryptic response. This same response is given again and again, leaving the son bewildered and frustrated. On the last day of his visit, however, he finally gets an answer. Loud and clear!
Steven, Jesse and Ray are just three run-of-the-mill wedding videographers who just happen to be looking for the whereabouts of an abducted New York City Mafia leader. “The Camera Guys” is a feature-length crime comedy following a trio of wedding videographers who’ve gotten coerced into infiltrating a mafia wedding by the organized crime division of the FBI. This high octane, hilarious film follows the camera guys as they help the FBI by going where no man has gone before—into the lives of New York’s two biggest opposing mafia families. But when the FBI suddenly drops the case will the camera step up to save the day, or will they call it a wrap?
Business at the independently owned Misty Inn has been slow for the past few years and moral is at an all-time low. A new manager is hired in hopes of saving the hotel from bankruptcy. But as it turns out, the employees need the hotel more than it needs them.
"Tannée de son boulot derrière le comptoir d’un stand à patate en bordure de la route, une jeune femme peu motivée décide de se désennuyer en se payant la tête des clients et touristes qui arrêtent au casse-croute."