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Boys Will Be Boys Reminder

Sunday, December 02, 2012   by: Kate AdamsBoys Will Be Boys Production
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On Sunday December 2nd at Ecole Secondaire Publique Odysee (auditorium) 480 Norman Ave at 7pm, a group of local filmmakers will be screening their short production Boys Will Be Boys, which was filmed last spring, downtown at Ray's Barbershop. This coming of age story features the writing of Lewis Hodgson, was directed by Kevin Hoffman, with cinematography by Patrick Gilbert.

Over the years, these individuals have won numerous awards, such as Best Short Film at Film North International Film Festival, the Northern Flicks Award at Cinéfest International Film Festival, an
d Best Cinematographer at the Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards.

In addition to Boys Will Be Boys, which stars Joe Drinkwalter, Brian Nettlefold and Jules-Pierre Fournier. three other projects created by members of the group will also be screened;

Morning Zombies
(written & directed by Lewis Hodgson, Cinematography by Patrick Gilbert, starring and edited by Kevin Hoffman, with production design by Heather Hodgson)

In this comedy, a new trainee is thrown into a world he could have never imagined as the coffee shop employees rally to take a stand against a never-ending zombie horde.

Piebird
(Produced by Patrick Gilbert)

This fun and quirky film provides an intimate look at Sherry and Yan, at their delightful vegan bed & breakfast. Everybody who has been there loves this couple and their B&B, and after watching this, you'll love them too.

Shackville
(Produced by Kevin Hoffman)

Spring has arrived and a shoreline of lonely ice fishing shacks await their journey home. A young girl discovers a world of mystery as the ice shacks and their inhabitants come to life. For a few precious moments, she is swept away to a different place.

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