The FIMS Film Festival hits Western campus tomorrow at the McKellar Theatre from 2:00 – 6:00 PM. If you can’t attend the entire festival, don’t worry — you can come for any length of time at the beginning, middle, or end! Don’t forget to vote for the People’s Choice Award!
THIS EVENT IS FREE, but the Western Film snack bar will be open to purchase food and drink.
Read the schedule after the jump! Note: these times are not guaranteed.
THE FIMS FILM FESTIVAL:
- “What Are the Movies?” presented by the MIT Street Team
- Keith Tomasek: FIMS Instructor and Oscar short-lister
2:30—STUDENT SHORT FILMS
Dir. Josh Litman
One man goes up an elevator. Then everything comes down.
Dir. Bryan Winward
Follows a theatre production and its cast and crew.
Dir. Patrick Barfoot
Kale has feelings for a girl, but may not have the heart to tell her.
Dir. Geoffrey Williamson
The irrational behaviour of a new mayor named Bob Dodge quickly begins to cause problems, both in his city and abroad.
Dir. Antonella Espinoza
A venture into memory and its projection of truth through the confusion, envy, hatred, and love of an intoxicating night.
Dir. Nikolai Ostonal
Various perspectives from London residents on the issue of methadone clinics.
3:30—The Witch in my Attic
Dir. Charlie Conlon
This short animation is based on a scary bedtime story told during childhood.
3:35—Peter Goes to Hell
Dir. Danny Dunlop
Inspired by old legends, fables, and punk rock music, this is a dark, tense, sickly funny, unrelentingly angry social commentary.
Dir. Jeremy Goldstein, Laura Conning, and Shelby VanderEnd
Western students discuss the prejudice and uncertainty around bisexuality
- VOTE FOR THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD!
Dir. Ingrid Veninger
Starring Alexander Gammal and Hallie Switzer
The story of two 17 year-olds on a summer trip to Slovakia who, in trying to understand eachother, discover themselves.