Ingrid sweeps the awards at VISFF!

Congratulations cast and crew!! Ingrid & the Black Hole took home 4 awards at Vancouver Island Short Film Festival last night for Best Editing, Best Technical, Best Writing and Best Film!! We are especially excited that the film was awarded Best Technical as this recognizes all the crazy hard work and amazing achievement that was done by our team. Read more...

Positive Press from Blood in the Snow genre festival

We were happy to have the opportunity to showcase Ingrid and the Black Hole in Toronto for the first time, at Blood in the Snow Film Festival. We are warmed by the positive reviews and coverage, including this one by Fern TV calling Ingrid & the Black Hole "a small miracle." Thanks Fern TV, Hye's Husings and The Horror Section for the great shout-outs. All reviews up on our website press page now! Read more...

Ingrid wins Best Canadian/International Short at Silver Wave!

Thank-you Silver Wave Film Festival for awarding Ingrid & the Black Hole Best Canadian Short this weekend! I'm so glad that people are appreciating this film. It was a real labour of love on the part of the amazing cast and crew! Kudos also to Jenna Marks and Lisa Rose Snow also nominated in this category. Great to see these women dominating the circuit. Read more...

4 More Festivals for Ingrid & the Black Hole

We are pleased that Ingrid & the Black Hole is already getting lots of play, screening in official selection at 5 different film festivals in the next two months, starting with a spotlight in the CBC Gala at Atlantic Film Festival, then going on to screen at Festival de Cinema de la Ville Quebec, Edmonton International Film Festival and Charlottetown Film Festival. Read more...

Leah wins Corus Fearless Female Director Award

The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) handed out the latest round of awards in its NSI Online Short Film Festival recently, awarding Leah Johnston with the Corus Fearless Female Directors Award for best direction by a female for Some Things Won’t Sleep; All winners also receive a complimentary Friend membership to the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television. The award selection was made by an independent jury: programmer Christian Kelley, screenwriter and industry Read more...