On a cold winter's night, Lynn's quest for a one night stand is complicated when the guy she goes home with lives two hours away via public transit.
*This is the first short film we've directed together and we're finally allowed to share it online. We hope you enjoy watching it because we really enjoyed making it. Here's the second short we made vimeo.com/73728043
Featuring Music By (In order with shortened iTunes link):
Yours & Mine by HotKid - http://bit.ly/1aFy1wP
The Law Of Unintended Consequences by My Dad Vs Yours - http://bit.ly/15a33EM
Hold My Hand by Gramercy Riffs - http://bit.ly/1dfxiU6
The Moonwolf Departure by Pat LePoidevin - http://bit.ly/1fcb1D8
Awards & Nominations
*Best Short - Calgary International Film Festival (2011)
*Best Short - Canadian Film Festival (2012)
*Best Directors, Fiction - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Award (2012)
*A&E Short Filmmakers Award For Best Film - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012)
*Bite Comedy Award - NSI Online Short Film Fest (2012)
*Best Film Nomination- Canadian Comedy Awards (2012)
*Best Short & Emerging Filmmaker Nominees - Yorkton Film Festival/Golden Sheaf Awards(2012)
*Audience Award & Canada First Award - Lakeshorts International Short Film Festival (2013)
*Audience Choice Award & Best Screenplay Award - Cabbagetown Short Film Festival (2013)
Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks is a 10-minute film and an accompanying TED Book. Based on new research on how to best nurture children’s brains from Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child and University of Washington’s I-LABS, the film explores the parallels between a child’s brain development and the development of the global brain of Internet, offering insights into the best ways to shape both. The film and TED Book launched at the California Academy of Sciences on November 8, 2012.
Brain Power is the third film in the Let it Ripple: Mobile Films For Global Change series, a digital short film series created to put the ideas explored in our feature documentary Connected into action. These short films employ a new type of filmmaking we have pioneered, called “Cloud Filmmaking,” where we use the cloud to create films with all of you, and then to provide free, customized versions of the films for organizations around the world.