A newly-wed wife takes her obsession with gardening a bit too far in Weeds Are Flowers, Too. Writer-director Kay Shioma Metchie digs up some of the anxieties buried beneath the surface of her dark comedy.
A guy’s attempt at suicide is interrupted by a surprise visit from his beer-drinking brothers in That’s Life. Director Dan Nicholls talks about the need for more discussion around mental health and the making of his new dark comedy.
A crazy-in-love couple start to wonder if they really want to go through with getting married in I do(n’t). Katelyn McCulloch talks wanting to make more female-driven stories and putting a spin on the rom com genre with her new short.
A couple must say goodbye forever before one of them is jettisoned to another planet in Going Away Party. Director Beth Evans shares how her new comedy blasted off before touching down with the CBC.
A man develops an unhealthy obsession with the idea that he might be a robot in CAPTCHA. Filmmaker David Feehan gets existential about his new sci-fi comedy.
A hopelessly romantic florist finds herself implicated in an act of cheating in Oopsy Daisy. Filmmaker Devin Gillis discusses her take on true love, comedy in storytelling and the inspiration behind her new short.