November 10th 2018 09:30 PM - November 10th 2018 11:30 PM

Drama Shorts 2

27 Dundurn Street North, Hamilton, ON, Canada

Drama Shorts 2


Unconventional, 11m, Toronto, Hannah Michielsen - A fun and innocent night out turns into a heart wrenching breaking point. Erin and Kyle are in a happy, but hidden affair until things take a turn when Kyle finally asks the questions that they have been avoiding.

Bless Me Father, 16m, Ireland, Paul M. Horan - In a small Irish town where secrets are rare, a local man goes to church to confess his.

Love & Spirit, 10m, UK, Helen Crosse - Romeo, Mercutio and Benvolio enter a modern day house party, where we encounter different Shakespeare characters all linked through the same story. A one shot short that packs in an emotive Shakespeare journey. 

NEKO NO HI - CAT DAYS, 11m, Germany, Jon Frickey - Jiro, a little boy, feels sick. His father takes him to see the doctor. She diagnoses a harmless case of cat flu. However, according to the doctor, this means that Jiro must be a cat. (Animated)

Off By Heart, 8m, Mississauga, Nabil Badine - A young man's life is changed forever when he is confronted by an old man in a parking lot. Off By Heart is an off-brand commentary on mental health, dementia, and legacy.

It's Getting Darker Every Day, Germany, 5m, Natalie MacMahon - In a world where light has become a luxury, a young woman who has been living in the darkness for the last couple of years, faces the last minutes before she is going to see the daylight again.

Stuck, 15m, Toronto, Corey Surge - A sex toy mishap leads to a night in the emergency room where a just broken-up couple are forced to confront their issues on love and relationships.

IDOL, 7m, Germany, Luisa Taraz - The artist Loudo should have submitted a commissioned work some time ago, but he is in a blockade. When he finally - inspired by his muse - creates a masterpiece, his manager and his muse get into a violent argument over the sale of the work. Only too late Loudo realizes what role he was playing in all this.

Nervosa, 9m, Winnipeg, Paul Carvelli - Abby starts every day believing today is going to be different. She will not binge, purge and cut herself. The voice in her head will not win. Yesterday was the last time, today is a new day.

The Human Project, 13m, Toronto, K. Spencer Jones - In the wake of their father’s death, two estranged siblings begin a journey of self discovery. When family responsibility conflicts with their dreams, they must learn to love each other before they can truly begin to heal.



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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