Watch Audience FEEDBACK Video: BEHIND TIME, Short Film

  MOVIE POSTERBEHIND TIME, 1min, Sweden, Comedy/Animation
Directed by Carina Henriksson

What are humans good at? Yes. At being late! This is an everyday struggle that we face and that are testing our patience. What happens, if we take it to Cartoon level?

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Watch Audience FEEDBACK Video from the March 31st Comedy Film Festival. Moderated by Matthew Toffolo: 

Get to know the Comedy Short Film: BEHIND TIME

Playing at the FEEDBACK Best of Comedy Short Film Festival on Thursday March 31st. Get your FREE Tickets: http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

behind_time_movie_poster.jpgBEHIND TIME, 1min, Sweden, Comedy/Animation
Directed by Carina Henriksson

What are humans good at? Yes. At being late! This is an everyday struggle that we face and that are testing our patience. What happens, if we take it to Cartoon level?

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Film Type: Animation, Short, Student

Runtime: 1 minute 21 seconds

Completion Date: September 11, 2015

Film Color: Color

First-time Filmmaker: Yes

Student Project: Yes

Comedy Short Film Festival – Thursday March 31st

Here is the Film Festival lineup  for the Comedy Short Film Festival on Thursday March 31 2016. Part of the best of comedy from 2016. Event will take place at the Carlton Cinemas, in downtown Toronto at 7pm.

A WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival showcase:

MORE THAN GOD, 9min, Ireland, Comedy
Director: Kev Cahill

A pious Doctor is forced to deal with a family matter whilst hiding under the bed of a stranger.

HERE’S JANE, 12min, USA, Comedy
Director: JoLane Lentz

Jane, a free spirit in her mid 30’s, working as a sales girl in the mall at Forever 21, comes up with a scheming plan on how to avoid being evicted from her dumpy apartment she shares with her best friend Heather. Who’s also in her mid 30’s, waiting tables at Hooters while in her 9th year of community college.

BEHIND TIME, 1min, Sweden, Comedy/Animation
Director: Carina Henriksson

What are humans good at? Yes. At being late! This is an everyday struggle that we face and that are testing our patience. What happens, if we take it to Cartoon level?

JEWISH BLIND DATE, 16min, Switzerland, Comedy/Romance
Director: Anaelle Morf

Unhappy in love, Mary Lou decides to reconnect with her religious roots by marrying a practicing Jew. In order to get married, she has to pass the Shidduch test, which will determine whether her life will be a success or failure.

Films will also play with the Best of Family Short Films:

FROG, 17min, USA, Family/Drama
Director: Jonathan Bucari

After school, Danny, an innocent 11 year old, retreats to his refuge, the frog pond. After catching a frog, he steps outside his comfort zone and ventures further upstream. It is here, in dark woods, that he comes face to face with the neighborhood bullies. They proceed to teach him a cruel lesson on the penalties of trespassing and kill his frog. Frog is a story of innocence, cruelty and triumph that focuses on Danny’s quest to seek justice.

ACE, 6min, UK, Family/Kids
Director: AD Cooper

Two bored boys repeatedly harass an old man in a mobility scooter by cycling up to him on their bikes and yelling in his face. His response is anything but predictable.

FISH, 10min, USA, Family/Drama
Director: Andrew Ruiz

A young boy puts his father in a difficult position when he tries to smuggle his pet Betta fish past airport security.