2017 – FAMILY Feature Films of the year. Read loglines and synopsis.

Read the best of FAMILY feature films from around the world: 

THE CITY OF ALVAREZ, by Sonya Marshall

ELF-FLUENZA, by Jeffrey Angus

ALABAMA, by Nicole Jamison

THE FANTASTIC WITHIN, by Andy McGuire

HOW TO MAKE PATE, by Fab Sebastian Caleffi

AUDIBLE, by Gregg Napoli

TREASURE HUNT, by Sriraman Tirmalai

ATHEISAURUS 1: BJORN AND ZORN, by Andrew Cahill-Lloyd

MOOSELIGHT SERENADE, by Ronald Micci

PLEASE DON’T EAST THE RICH, by Scott Weinstein

GOOD AFRICAN BANANAS, by Victor Ogugua

THE TRUTH ABOUT HUNTINGTON, by Dominique Seward

GONIES, by Phil Stokes

DREAMWORLD START DREAMING, by Rebecca Paniagua

SALLY CLAUS, by Tania Penn

UNFATALLY DEAD: TO THAW OR NOT TO THAW, by Wayne Edmiston

THE SLEEPING LION AWAKENS, by Barry R. Conforti

NUCLEARFAMILY, by Sheri Smith

MRS. CHIPPY AND THE CREW, by Angela Curry

THE 13TH DAY, by Anthony Cummins

HERALD OF PEACE, by Joy Varkey Irimpan

THE WIZARD OF WONDERLAND, by Ron Glick

THE LOST LOCKS OF SAMPSON, by Barry R. Conforti

ONE MISSED STEP, by Barbara Morris

TWO FEET, by Mark Roper

TELL ME EVERYTHING, by Luke Nicklin

WINGMEN, by Joe Donato

MAYNO THE BANDIT OF MARENGO, by Liliana Angeleri

THE COMPETITION, by Jerry Kokich

EXPIRATION DATE, by Tania Penn

MILLION DOLLAR KITTY, by Sunshine Kessler

BUDDY SIR, by Rajnish Mehra

GOOD NIGHT CRONKITE, by Rita Roberts

MORPHY, by Wess Meixwell and Joe Donato

MISSING CLAYTON, by Bev Irwin

 

Advertisements

MY LITTLE BROTHER Short Film – Sept. 2017 FAMILY FEEDBACK Film Festival

MY LITTLE BROTHER, 6min, New Zealand, Family/Experimental
Directed by Anthony Bennett

A young boy’s story of his little brother, the scary internet and a nightmare vision

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

PUSHING Short Film – Sept. 2017 FAMILY FEEDBACK Film Festival

PUSHING, 10min, USA, Family/Drama
Directed by Ryan LaPine 

A homeless man, living on the fringes of society, feels out of touch with the speed and exclusivity of his surroundings. He retreats into his imagination to a time where he was better capable of fitting in and was accepted by others.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

RSVP FAMILY Film Festival – Monday September 18, 2017 (Toronto)

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2017. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.

Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier and Amanda Lomonaco. Showcasing a festival twice a month in 2017!

Tickets for 2017 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE. Tickets are first come first serve.

If you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us at festivalevent@wildsoundfestival.com and we’ll reserve seats for you.

You can pick up the tickets on the day of the event at the cinema. Tickets are first come, first serve. This festival has sold out 50 out of its last 52 events!

You will be able to buy alcohol (beer, wine, liquor), popcorn, candy, and refreshments before the show.

Here is the full program of films. Festival starts at 7pm sharp!

PUSHING, 10min, USA, Family/Drama
Directed by Ryan LaPine 

A homeless man, living on the fringes of society, feels out of touch with the speed and exclusivity of his surroundings. He retreats into his imagination to a time where he was better capable of fitting in and was accepted by others.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

MY LITTLE BROTHER, 6min, New Zealand, Family/Experimental
Directed by Anthony Bennett

A young boy’s story of his little brother, the scary internet and a nightmare vision

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

CHALK, 10min, Family/Adventure 
Directed by Alexyn Scheller

A boy creates a magical chalk drawing that comes to life before becoming separated. The drawing must brave this new world alone and find his way back to his boy.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

PEPITA & MAX, 6min, Family/Animation 
Directed by Rahel Ilona Eisenring

Pepita and Max have all sorts of adventures. Monsieur Raf, Max’ toy giraffe, is always with them. When Max loses Monsieur Raf while hiking, the little boy can’t find sleep. Not even the Alpsegen, the lullaby of the mountains, which is meant to protect animals and people on the alp, helps. The peculiar tradition gives Pepita an idea: what works for Swiss alp-cows could also save a giraffe through the night.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

2nd ACT PROGRAM – Animation Festival


UKA, 3min, Spain, Animation/Family
Directed by Valle Comba Canales

Uka is a little girl who lives in a grey abandoned factory. While she’s painting of of her canvas, she finds a way of changing how she sees the world.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

KARMA, 4min., USA, Animation/Family
Directed by Peter Zhaoyu Zhou

A boy meets a fish in a mysterious forest.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

SHORT FILM

P

Get to know the short film: PEPITA & MAX, 6min, Family/Animation

Played at the September 2017 Film Festival

Pm poster englsPepita and Max have all sorts of adventures. Monsieur Raf, Max’ toy giraffe, is always with them. When Max loses Monsieur Raf while hiking, the little boy can’t find sleep. Not even the Alpsegen, the lullaby of the mountains, which is meant to protect animals and people on the alp, helps. The peculiar tradition gives Pepita an idea: what works for Swiss alp-cows could also save a giraffe through the night.

  • Rahel Ilona Eisenring
    Director
  • Stephanie Knoebl
    Director
  • Julia Rakotoniaina-Waldner
    Writer
  • Stephanie Knoebl
    Producer
  • Stefan Holaus
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Pepita & Max – ein Alpsegen für Monsieur Raf
  • Film Type:
    Animation, Short
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 16, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    130,000 CHF
  • Country of Origin:
    Switzerland
  • Country of Filming:
    Switzerland
  • Film Language:
    Swiss German
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital/Video HD
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color

Director BIO: Alexyn Scheller

Played at the September 2017 Film Festival

Co-Creator of Chalk, Alex specialized in Directing, Editing, Building Chalk’s website, and the special effects behind Chalk.  Alex has made movie’s before, but not of this scale.  He recently finished a documentary called “Banff Bacon” which documents a road trip across Western Canada.  Outside of making movies, Alex enjoys comedy, photography, travel, and being an overall nerd.  Alex just finished his MBA at VCU and resides in Richmond, VA.