The “Last Night” team is a group of mostly SFU alumni and friends working out of Vancouver.
Kelly Tatham is a storyteller, artist, change-maker and rebel. Her work is a multi-faceted expression of and yearning for love and evolution, and spans from film to politics to essays to direct action activism and back again.
Two cinephile best friends travel to a remote filming location from "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" to create a shot-for-shot remake of the iconic sequence that inspired their friendship.
Daniel is an independent filmmaker whose comedy and documentary short films explore subjects like adult circumcision, cinephilia, and pet euthanasia. Since graduating from SFU's film program in 2013, he has worked professionally in Vancouver as an editor, videographer, actor, and now filmmaker for Lush North America. His editing work has been selected by TIFF, VIFF, CBC, Crazy
Serisa, an art student, examines her various identities in a work of performance art that she performs for the camera and a group of her friends.
Rheanna Toy is a filmmaker and creator based out of the Vancouver area. She has made short films that have screened at multiple film festivals including the NSI Online Film Festival, and Seattle Transmedia Film Festival, among others. Rheanna has spent the last few years focused on building a small video marketing agency, learning about how story can help businesses and organiz
Nathan Douglas is a Vancouver-based writer and director. Originally from Ajax and Cobourg, Ontario, he studied film at Simon Fraser University, graduating in 2012 with a BFA.
Since 2015, Nathan’s short films have screened worldwide at festivals including Locarno, Clermont-Ferrand, Busan ISFF, FNC Montreal, and the Vancouver International Film Festival. His first feature, Honey
Alex Unger, aka ELMS, lives a double life: he creates haunting music, and farms cattle. In this short, he explores how one influences the other, what drives his art, and how one of these lifestyles is more of a privilege than he thought.
Exercises in Being Close to You: A Story for the Arctic Refuge
In this experimental documentary a group of hikers travel through Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in hopes of intercepting the Porcupine Caribou migration. Documentary footage is intercut with experimental vignettes — exercises to rethink our relationship to the land and animals we hope to protect.
Before a long road trip back to the city, retired teacher Dave Jeffery is tasked with capturing four bullying roosters from the family chicken coop for drop-off at the butchery. Dave enlists the help of his children who, sensing disaster, take it upon themselves to create an impromptu documentary of the ordeal. What starts as a simple chroniclization unfolds into a daylong misa
Ho.Me is a short dance film that explores themes of belonging, comfort and discomfort in relation to the notion of inhabiting the body. The piece is comprised of three portraits of individuals who live in very different bodies linked together through a loose narrative.
Elderly members of the Halton community share their experiences as some of the first Black people to live in Ontario’s Halton Region.
In music, the return to the original movement. Reflections on the rhythm of childhood and parenthood from birth.
Tulips are my father's favourite flower
"...Free, free like a bird!"
Wheels of Life is a short documentary that covers a single summer day in the lives of three long-term care residents as they enjoy a bit of freedom on an adaptive bicycle built for two.
Samwise and Stevie grew up homeless in BC and Nova Scotia. Ianos is a gender-queer Greek. Kwaku is a single father who came from extreme poverty and famine. Featuring a juxtaposition of sound and imagery, "Wisemen, God, and Wednesday" is a sketch of these characters' intimate commentaries on life as they see it.
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