November 10th 2018 07:00 PM - November 10th 2018 09:00 PM

Drama Shorts 1 - Hamilton Film Festival

27 Dundurn Street North, Hamilton, ON, Canada

Drama Shorts 1 - Hamilton Film Festival


Don't Call Me Bro, 19m, Germany, Gina Wenzel - Cheyenne is the only girl in a boys' football gang known as "The Kick-About Crew". Boozing and violence play a central role in the life of the gang, of which Cheyenne's boyfriend, Josh, is also a member. One day a new boy with something mysterious about him appears at the pitch.

Squideye, 11m, Toronto, Tommy Marshall - A young man and woman struggle to find a meaningful connection over one night in a city full of distractions.

Milk, 14m, Nova Scotia, Heather Young - A young employee of a rural dairy farm is experiencing anxiety regarding her unexpected pregnancy. She finds it difficult to ignore her feelings as she is surrounded by pregnant cows on the farm whose milk she helps to collect after they give birth.

Seven, 11m, UK, James Morgan - Yohana, a teenage girl from a remote community in the Norwegian Arctic must decide the fate of the oil worker who has killed her father. In just seven seconds, she must make a life and death decision that will not only mark her forever, but also determine the very future of her people.

MIMICRY, 26m, Germany, Jennifer von Schuckmann - MimiCry follows the young student Mimi on her quest to find life, love and herself. As a sexual and spiritual road-movie without cars, MimiCry is the first movie ever made about the still unknown phenomenon of the Girlfags in today's queer spectrum.

Maelstrøm, 3m, Spain, Carlos Gómez-Trigo - Karl spins the spoon from his coffee. Something spins even faster inside Tony's head.

Abnegation, 10m, Newmarket, Nicole Rosas - Set in the early 1900s, the details of a young woman's love affair are discovered putting her future and life in danger.

Asset Management, 8m, UK, Ewan Fletcher - Lucas is surprised when his boss Mark invites him for a private meeting in an unsettling and isolated location. As drinks are poured and office etiquette is discarded, it soon becomes clear that Mark does not want to discuss business and that he has a very personal axe to grind.

Saucha, 5m, Quebec, Claudia Chabot - Between what is and what was, she dances.



Hamilton Film Festival

The 14th annual Hamilton Film Festival is Hamilton's largest and longest running film festivals with roots that go back 20 years! ​ We have screened over 1000 films, 700 of them Canadian Films! Filmmakers, travel to our event, from all over the world. We connect filmmakers and give them another voice. ​We celebrate the art of movie making from concept to completion. From the budding filmmaker to the pro, we are always working to move the film industry in Hamilton a little further each year! The event is a leader in the local film community, bringing industry development and quality networking opportunities throughout the year. The Canadian Film Market, Lights Camera Hamilton, Southern Ontario Film Festival Group and Kids Can Film are all initiatives of the Hamilton Film Festival.

Ticket Information

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