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Saturday, 11:30pm-1am
Beyond the Aurora

Zwei Indianer Aus Winnipeg

Daryll Nepanik, Manitoba, 2008, musical, 3m
Two ersatz “Indian warriors” chase a beautiful Indian maiden through the streets of Winnipeg. But she loves Chief Big Bear. Who is the hunter, and who the hunted in this tableaux? Based on the 1964 German song, “Zwei Indianer Aus Winnipeg,” our heroes are in for a surprise when they reach the ancient lake of Schwinestieger.


Fabrice Maruca, France, 2007, comedy, 18m
As an attentive husband, Pierre has prepared a surprise for his wife Brigitte’s birthday. But a series of harmless incidents brings the young next-door neighbour into his bed just as Brigitte walks through the door...

Reefer Madness

Fatso, BC, 2008, documentary, 22m
Reefer Madness follows Canadian graffiti artist, Fatso, on a journey across the continent to track down the rarest refrigerator boxcars shedding some light on the most recent and unlikely movement in freight train graffiti.

A Man of Letters

Thomas Turley, United Kingdom, 2008, comedy, 7m
A Postman and his friend argue over the nature of love and discuss what came of a love letter never sent. Beautifully shot, subtle and humourous.

Rifle Workbork

Vincent Caldoni, USA, 2007, experimental, 7m
A mysterious and angelic figure presides over a ceremony populated by surrealistic hill-folk as they perform a series of bizarre, miniature rituals...leading to a most unexpected climax.

The Comic That Frenches Your Mind

Bruce Bickford, USA, 2007, animation, 6m
A line animation where a drug muddled mind is trying to think back to its origins.

Le froid d’hiver est une faculté qui oublie

Fanny Boucher, Quebec, 2008, comedy, 11m
A young clerk comes back from work and finds a weird man unconscious on his front lawn.


James P. Gannon, USA, 2008, comedy, 8m
Jim Cochran hates his job, he wishes he could just shoot clay pigeons all day.

Section 44

Daniel Wilson, United Kingdom, 2008, comedy, 5m
Richard walks out of his house and his world is turned upside down as he is stopped in the street, handcuffed, hooded and thrown in a van.

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