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Eve Film Festival: Short Films: Ottawa’s Rising Stars
October 26, 2019 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm$10.00
Eve Film Fest (EFF) is a feminist event that showcases and supports work by women (cis and trans) and genderqueer directors in film. We provide a forum for underrepresented filmmakers from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and stages in their career to present and calibrate their art.
Tickets: $10 per Segment or $25 for the full festival pass.
Segment #2 – Short Films: Ottawa’s Rising Stars
DIRTY LOVE – EPISODE 2 | Maissa Houri and Blakely David | Dramedy | 22:39
An Arab-Canadian Muslim woman and her diverse group of friends navigate dating life in their 30’s, touching on issues from culture, sex, lgbtq and more. This episode contains mature themes.
THE DARK SIDE | Claudia Carino | Horror/Thriller | 5:06
Two mysterious women find themselves in a car with no destination, only to discover neither woman is quite as she seems.
WATCHING KARLA HOMOLKA | Maureen McEwan, Jordan Steinhauer and Maggie Parkhill | Documentary | 8:34
Karla Homolka is one of Canada’s most famous criminals. She’s now released from prison and living in Quebec. But is she really free?
DON’T DO IT | Avan Neo | Drama | 5:57
A girl named Stayce is going through hard times and is contemplating suicide, will her best friend Jake be able to convince her otherwise?
TOUGH AS NAILS | Isabel Estabrook | Horror | 8:11
Young lovers in need of a vacation soon learn that their host has different plans for them.
THE RAPE | Jeanette Tossounian | Drama/Arthouse | 3:25
The life of a free-spirited artist is a beautiful thing, until something sinister happens, then the oppression never ends. Based on a true story that has been artistically summarized for entertainment purposes. This film contains mature themes.
ROAR | Nicole Bedford | Docu-Arthouse | 4:19
A contemplative docu-poem on power.
Please be advised that some of these films contain mature themes and is not recommended for viewers under the age of 18. Some content can also be triggering, please be advised.