‘Til Death – Video Editor

Til Death was a short film written, directed, and produced by a crew of students and teachers at UVic, of which I was lucky enough to be a part of in 2013. I worked alongside the director as one of two video editors during post-production. Lots of work, sweat, and hours poured into the making of this movie from everyone involved.

The ‘Til Death trailer, a short preview I helped whip up with the director, Connor Gaston, can be viewed on Indiegogo.

Did we catch your interest? We have the full ‘Til Death film online, just for you.

The film has screened in festivals across Canada, the United States, and once in France, nabbing a few nominations and awards along the way:

– Montreal World Film Festival 2014 – Norman McLaren Award for Best Overall Student Short

– Nominated for Leo Award 2014 – Best Student Film

– Cannes Film Festival 2014 – Telefilm Canada – Not Short on Talent program

– The Half Apple Film Festival 2014 (Vancouver)

– Phoenix Film Festival 2014 – Best College Short

– Sedona International Film Festival 2014

– Victoria Film Festival 2014 – Metropol Audience Favourite Short

– Whistler Film Festival 2013

– Vancouver Short Film Festival 2013 – Best Student Film/Best Screenplay

Check out the video below for a behind-the-scenes look:

A big thanks to Lachlan Ross for making the EPK for ‘Til Death, and for conducting my first-ever interview as a video editor (as embarrassing as I am on camera).

Side Note: I also had a very small part in playing the role of Samantha’s mother. My face is never shown in the movie, but I do make a short appearance in one scene. If you get a chance to watch the film, I promise you that it is indeed my torso and lanky arms in the flowery robe next to Chris Mackie, who plays her father.


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