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Open Mic Movie Nights 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO at the Rio Theatre | Facebook →

As if y’all couldn’t get enough Brendan Prost movie screenings, here’s one more…

Best Friends For Life will be screening as part of Open Mic Movie Nights at the Rio Theatre on Tuesday September 23 at 9pm.

Reminder: Best Friends For Life is a hilarious, improvised act of self-interrogation that I wrote, directed, and acted in with Camille Mohn and Kane Stewart.

Getting There | Calgary International Film Festival →

My short film Getting There is screening:

Friday September 26 @5pm at the Globe Cinema

Sunday September 28 @9:15pm at Eau Claire

part of the "Keepin’ it Professional" short film package.

ROYAL: I got you a new dog for the boys. I just bought him.

CHAZ: You did?

ROYAL: I’m sorry I let you down Chaz. All of you. But I’m trying to make it up to you.

CHAZ: What’s his name?

ROYAL: Sparkplug.

CHAZ: Thank you.

ROYAL: You’re welcome.

CHAZ: We’ve had a rough year dad.

ROYAL: I know you have Chazzy.

This is one of the greatest moments in cinema. Films tell stories to be able to express moments like this one.

Poster for my short film Getting There.

Official Selection:

Calgary International Film Festival (2014)

San Jose International Short Film Festival (2014)

Downtown Tyler Film Festival (2014)

New York Unscripted Film and Theatre Festival (2014)

Proud to say that my short film Getting There is an official selection at the Calgary International Film Festival, the San Jose International Short Film Festival, the Downtown Tyler Film Festival in Texas, and the New York Unscripted Film and Theatre Festival. And, very pleased to be able to travel to New York and San Jose to share the screening experience firsthand.

spacesfilm:

Very true, none of

this Hollywood,

romantic comedy

bullshit.

Some great shots!

None of this Hollywood romantic comedy bullshit.

Love it. SO PROUD.

Reminiscent of Eraserhead and Brick, Richard Ayoade’s The Double is a fantastically envisioned and very original film with a top notch sound design. Definitely recommend folks in Vancouver check it out while it’s at Vancity Theatre.

Desiree Akhavan talks about her fantastic, hilarious, and incisive debut feature Appropriate Behavior. Definitely my favourite from this year’s Queer Film Festival.

spacesfilm:

Thank you—

Canada— and

Canadians?

Do have a certain way of expressing their emotions— as

you have shown—

it can be debilitating!

Audience comment card from the screening in Toronto.

It sure can be debilitating.

spacesfilm:

Brendan and Taylor offer a heartfelt thank you to the audience who came out to join us during the cross Canada screening tour, and everyone who supported us along the way.

Request a link to the private screener of the film! Email spacesfilm@gmail.com.

Join our fanlist.

Pre-Order DVDs and Blu-Rays.

Post your reaction to the film on Letterboxd, Rottentomatoes, IMDB, or Flixster.

I travelled 9500km across Canada to screen my feature film to more than 500 people over nine screenings in five cities. Thanks so much to all my wonderful collaborators, my friends and family who supported and loved me along the way, my peers who encouraged me and offered their guidance, the press who were friendly, the audience who were open to the experience, and to everyone who related and understood what I had to share and why it was important to me.

If you missed your chance to see it theatrically, send me an email and I’ll send you an online screener. I just want to chat with more people about the movie.

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