Three Alumni Films Chosen to Compete in the Annual Borsos Competition for Best Canadian Feature Film
By Alanna Smith ● October 17, 2014 23:00
CFC is proud to announce that three alumni films have been chosen to compete in the 2014 Whistler Film Festival’s coveted Borsos Competition. This competition boasts the second largest cash film festival prize for a Canadian feature in the entire country, a total sum of $15, 000.
Amongst the six chosen to compete this year are Bang Bang Baby, from writer/director Jeffrey St. Jules, executive producer Christina Piovesan (CFC mentor), producer Daniel Bekerman and editor Matt Lyon; Mountain Men, edited by alumnus Adam Locke-Norton; and Relative Happiness, starring Actors’ Conservatory alumnus Johnathan Sousa and current Writers’ Lab resident Joel Thomas Hynes.
The Whistler Film Festival also recognizes the Best Performance in a Borsos film and is introducing two new awards this year for Best Direction and Best Screenplay of a Borsos film.
The winner will be announced by an esteemed jury of three at the Whistler Film Festival awards ceremony on Sunday, December 7, 2014.
The festival runs from December 3 to December 7, 2014.
For more information on WFF, CLICK HERE.