short film Archives - andrew c [ director ]
It’s been a long hiatus, but I hope 2019 is treating everyone well. I just wanted to announce that “Ma” is now available on all international Air Canada flights between May 1st and July 31st of this year. Special thank you to Reel Asian and Air Canada for making this happen.
This is a first for one of my films, so it’s really exciting to have a film screen in the skies! I mean, no one really has anything to do on these long flights, so what excuse do you have not to watch some Canadian film? If you happen to be on one of these flights, make sure to check it out. Send me a picture if you do! Because unfortunately I won’t be flying during that time. Boo.
Hope you’re all enjoying the summer. It’s been quite some time since I’ve done a real update, but here’s the trailer for my latest short film, Sleepwalk. I’ll make sure to keep you updated on any potential screenings or broadcasts.
On a side note, I’m currently in post-production for my third official short entitled, Ma. It’s the story of a retired mother, longing to connect to with her daughter, after she’s grown up and left home. Stay tuned for more details and a trailer for the film!
Last November, was the shoot for my latest directorial effort, Lovebites. It’s a short film about the deterioration of a lesbian couple’s tumultuous relationship set in a post-apocalyptic zombie-plagued world. The film is non-linear and primarily moves backwards. It was an experiment in paralleling a relationship between two lovers with the timeline of the story. It was shot by my frequent cinematography partner, Christian Peterson, and his talented camera assistant, Bowen Mei. Christian brought a brilliance to the images that perfectly represented the mood and setting we were trying to create. He also collaborated with me on my web series, Millions.
The film was produced by Christian as well, along with my new producing partner, Christopher Nguyen, and my regular producing partner, Ben Brillantes. Lovebites stars Vicki Kim and Caroline Palmer, who were a revelation to work with, bringing a reality to my script that I don’t think I could’ve achieved with anyone else. My old friend from Millions, Eric Regimbald, plays the gruesome zombie in the film. Roy Lee and Karlee Morse of LeerFX did the very cool zombie make-up, and the phenomenally authentic wardrobe was assembled and designed by Kelly Wong and Alisa Chung. Our crew was rounded out by our hard-working Associate Producer, Kelly Law, our super talented Sound Recordist, Dennis Nicholson, our ingenious Grips, Anders Johansen and Charles Mule, and our tireless Production Assistant, Shawn Santiago. We’re currently in post-production, and the film should see release some time in 2015 in the festival circuit. A trailer is on its way in the next few months, but in the meantime check out the still above. For updates on Lovebites follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.