Grey Mountain Selected as one of 15 films curated by Telefilm for exhibition at 2019 Cannes Short film Corner
Read the full press release here.
Its been a whirlwind of a year since we pitched Grey Mountain to a jury at the 2018 ALFF Pitch Event but somehow we managed to complete post production just as ALFF 2019 ramped up.
It was amazing to finally get to share the film with audiences at this year's festival alongside some incredible Yukon made short films. We plan on partnering with Jordy Walker of Stackwell Sound to make some changes in our music composition then its off to the races with a whole new slate of festival submissions. Stay tuned for updates on where you can see Grey Mountain.
February is a busy month for us at Midnight Light Media. After just completing our very first short fiction, Grey Mountain we arrived back in the Yukon to premiere our debut documentary feature film, How to Bee. Produced with Flat Tire Films' Vivian Belik, How to Bee has been in progress for the past four years.
It was a complete honour to premiere the film as the opening film to Yukon's own Available Light Film Festival. Stay tuned for more screening dates here and on the How To Bee website.
Although this festival is small it boasts a well curated weekend of cinema that will mark the first festival screening in Australia for Australian-born director Marty O'Brien. We are beyond thrilled to be screening Camera Trap for the 2nd time outside of North America! If you are in the area check out the festival June 15-17: http://www.warburtonfilmfestival.com.au/WFF/Program.html
We are thrilled to announce that CAMERA TRAP will be screening at this years Hot Docs festival in Toronto as part of their shorts programming. Check out the Hot Docs website for details.