The Filmpool is excited to be presenting the 23rd annual Screening Under The Steeple; presented in conjunction with Cathedral Village Arts Festival. This years screening is curated by Karen Elliott and includes a wide variety of films from local filmmakers that encapsulate the prairie spirit.
From childhood innocence to messages of hope, this family-friendly screening has something for everyone!
7pm, Friday May 22nd 2015
The Artesian on 13th
IT WAS A CIRCUS – 3 MIN (2013)
Based on the memoires of Lefty the Sodbuster, this 1907 story exemplifies the lovely weirdness that is historical Saskatchewan. Three men in Hanley have an unexpected encounter at night on the open prairies.
TRANSFIXED – 2 MIN (2001)
A meditative film that celebrates the beauty found within the small details of existence.
127 MINUTES – 7 MIN (2013)
A regular trip to the ladies room turns into a nightmare when Paige is confronted with an empty roll.
THE BLOB THING – 3 MIN (1988)
The original animated adventure of the depressed blob of goo.
THE FIRST DAY OF THE END OF THE WORLD – 3 MIN (2015)
In the end, nature takes everything back.
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JERRY’S JOURNAL: DREAM – 2 MIN (2013)
Jerry meets a couple of interesting characters. Are they representations of areas in Jerry’s psyche? No.
DRINKIN OUTA CUPS – 3 MIN (2013)
A man needs a vessel to drink his chocolate milk from, but what will he do when there are none to be found?
MR. SAUL & THE E-CARD – 1 MIN (2014)
Mr. Saul receives an e-card in this tongue-in-cheek short.
WHITE NOISE – 4 MIN (2014)
Conexus Summer Film Camp selection.
An eery mockumentary exploring the urban myth of slenderman.
BULLHEADED – 2 MIN (2013)
Angus and Buck are neighbours who are fed up with eachothers’ bullshit.
ADHD: A GIFT – 24 MIN (2015)
It was not until late in his life that Paul was officially diagnosed with severe dyslexia and ADHD. This is the story of how Paul came to realize the impact this diagnoses had on his life.
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The Cathedral Village Arts Festival (CVAF) celebrates arts, culture and the spirit of community.
It is one of the largest festivals of its kind in Saskatchewan and began in 1991.
MAY 18 – 23 in Regina, SK
For more information about the week long happenings of the Cathedral Village Arts Festival, click HERE