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celluloid social club

in association with
Telefilm Canada, The NFB & SODEC Quebec

comedy short films screening

Samedi /Saturday, December 19th
Doors - 7:30pm
/ show 8 pm

At Studio 16, 1555 W 7th ave Vancouver

Admission FREE + membership card $3

The provincial law will be applied by Visions Ouest Productions for this event, we will sell membership cards to all 19 years + who attend.

Please note that the 21st Rendez-vous French Film Festival cards bought last February are still valid, you'll have to present them at the door.

New cards will be sold at the door ($3 each) and will be valid for the 22nd French Film Festival Feb 4-14, 2016 and for all screenings presented by Visions Ouest Productions in 2016, including screenings at UBC & SFU.

Consumer Protection BC


Courts métrages présentés / FILMS SCREENING :



Bacon & God’s Wrath by Sol Friedman

A 90-year-old Jewish woman reflects on her life’s experiences as she prepares to try bacon for the first time.


Bus Story by Tali

When a woman signs up to drive a school bus, she dreams of cruising down quiet country lanes and connecting with young students and their parents. But her idyllic view of the job is sorely tested when she meets her surly boss, “Killer,” and discovers that the pretty winding roads can prove treacherous, especially with a faulty clutch. An animated film inspired by the misadventures of its creator, who used to drive a school bus in the Eastern Townships.

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Call It Blue by Julia Hendrickson

Obliging to a simple request of hitching a ride, Benito quickly discovers that Ana lacks a destination. In between attempted door-to-door sales and spontaneous expeditions to scenic landscapes, Ana playfully pries Benito out of his insurance folder and into her world. She tries to teach him that if you’re always looking at the road ahead, you’ll miss what you’re passing.

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No Fish Where to Go by Nicola Lemay & Janice Nadeau

Created using watercolour animation, this timeless tale of war and intolerance unfolds through the bewildered eyes of a young girl. It illustrates how perceived differences can be magnified and lead to conflict, and how human relationships can transcend societal expectations. This film has cross-curricular connections to social studies and language arts exploring conflict, co-operation, symbolism and metaphor.

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The Little Deputy by Trevor Anderson

Trevor tries to have a photo taken with his father.

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The Pepperette by Jérôme Hof

When two wannabe thieves try to act like bad boys by playing in the big leagues... nothing good happens!

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The Wolf Who Came to Dinner by Jem Garrard

Bea Barkley is an eight-year-old horror fanatic with a serious problem. Her mom’s brought her new boyfriend home to meet the family, and no one but Bea seems to notice he’s a werewolf. Over the course of the evening, Bea uses her expert knowledge of werewolf weaknesses in an attempt to expose the seemingly innocuous French teacher as a dangerous monster, with unexpected results. #Crazy8sFilms15

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One Last Ride by Caitlin Byrnes

Tired of being ripped off by entitled hipsters, taxi driver Inderjeet Dhaliwal is prepared to call the cops when his latest customer, a boisterous young soul singer named Maggie, can’t pay the fare. Desperate to get to her audition, Maggie attempts to find some common ground between them, and uncovers an unexpected shared love of deep soul music. #Crazy8sFilms15


Mise à jour le 3 janvier 2016