My short film TWELVE WAYS TO SAY "I'M SORRY" is now airing from time to time on Movieola.ca.
In celebration of Canada Day, Movieola is proud to present 24-hours of Canadian short films! Beginning at 6am on Tuesday July 1st, it’s all-Canuck, all-the-time as we showcase the stunning filmmaking talents of Canada’s best directors. Original, hilarious, heart-breaking and engaging, these short films run the gamut of storytelling from A to Zed.
Highlights of the lineup include: [snip]
12 Ways to Say I’m Sorry (Alex Epstein, Canada, 06:06, 2007)
Alex Epstein, co-writer of the award-winning feature film Bon Cop Bad Cop, brings us the story of Will Ferguson (or someone claiming to be him), who introduces you to the twelve meanings of the phrase “I'm Sorry” -- almost none of which express actual regret. July 1st, 8:45pm EST
Check them out at Movieola.ca
. The other highlights are two films about Alzheimer's and one about "The Saddest Boy in the World." So come prepared to laugh your socks off.
Apparently the films are being semi-streamed, so you can only watch the short at certain times -- use the search feature on the site to find out when it's on. This strikes me as not the most convenient way to air shorts on the Internet -- it's like a film festival rather than like a library. But you can see it with a bit of effort.
Labels: Alex, short, Sorry
If you miss it tonight, it will be on several times after today. The 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 9th, and more.
"Movieola is to short films what MTV is to music. "- About us, Movieola
I'm not too sure how to take that comment, considering that MTV in Canada doesn't have music videos...
Haven't seen the shorts yet, but looking forward to it.
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