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Get to know the short film “SHOOT GRANNY”. Playing at the November 2015 Film Festival

  MOVIE POSTERSHOOT GRANNY, 5min, Spain, Comedy/Musical
Directed by Olivier Kowalczyk

Shoot Granny or when an ordinary tea time between three friends turns into an improvised Gymkhana. On a music of Todd Terje.

Playing at the best of Comedy/Drama Short Film Festival Event. Thursday November 26th. 7pm. Carlton Cinemas in Downtown Toronto:

Director’s Statement

As I was working as Doctor at hospital I often took care of seniors. While those were facing frightening metaphysical questions about death and life, we (doctors) prescribed them drugs to relax them during the night time, which takes less time than a real psychological support. As a matter of fact we got them addicted to those chemical substances. I saw myself as a drug dealer surrounded with (old) junkies. Once I wondered what happens when they are at home with friends. SHOOT GRANNY was born.

Gregoire Morel
Olivier Kowalczyk

Royal Fatima

Key Cast

Santiago Sans Gracia
Josep Vilavert Mana
Andreu Rico Perez
Pilar Pons Magrane
Anna-Maria Manich
Josefina Alvarez


Sneak Peak: Full Lineup of Short Films for the Thursday Feb. 26th Film Festival

RSVP for the Thursday February 26th Film Festival – Best of Short Films from Canada, Turkey, Greece, Australia. 7pm, Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto, Canada

You can also buy a festival pass for only $40 for the 2015 season, which includes a FREE ticket to all 10 events.

Our first film festival of 2015 is an excellent lineup of films:

TOY BOY, 8min, Canada, Documentary/Family
Directed by March Mercanti

A 30-year-old lives at home with his parents, their two cats … and 5,000 toy

THE MAN WHO FED HIS SHADOW, 18min, Greece, Drama/Magic
Directed by Mario Garefo

A man intrudes on rich people’s dinners claiming that he can collect the food from their table and feed his shadow which, curiously enough, is a female figure.

FIXED, 7min, Australia, Comedy/Family
Directed by Codey Wilson

Jemimah wants Tilly to have puppies. At any cost.

THE WHEEL OF TIME, 12min, Turkey, Thriller/Future
Directed by Kagan Kerimoglu

In a world where humans believe to possess immortality, but are actually murdered by the government, a hacker struggles to inform others about the danger through a secret network that he created. When government finds out about his actions, he becomes their next target.

MY BUDDY, 24min, Canada, Drama/Future
Directed by Mark Moliterni

Through the story of a lonely old man and his android robot butler, “My Buddy” celebrates the power of movies and TV to connect us.