Directors: Jordan Canning, Renuka Jeyapalan & Kris Booth | 81-mins. | Canada | 2017 | Drama Western Canadian Premiere! Cara Cook (Jacqueline Byers) is a bright, athletic, college student who disappears
Directors: Jordan Canning, Renuka Jeyapalan & Kris Booth | 81-mins. | Canada | 2017 | Drama
Western Canadian Premiere! Cara Cook (Jacqueline Byers) is a bright, athletic, college student who disappears without a trace. Five days play out three times from a trio of perspectives. First told through the eyes of Cara’s parents, whose worlds spiral as they wonder what has happened and struggle with the possibility of never seeing her again. Then, the Detective assigned to find Cara presents his point of view while struggling with a messy personal life. Finally, the third act reveals what has happened to Cara. Three points of view. Three directors. And all are lensed by Cinematographer, Mike McLaughlin — an Edmonton original! Guests: Kris Booth attending!
About the Directors:
JORDAN CANNING is a Canadian film director and writer. In 2015, Canning was awarded the Women’s in the Director’s Chair Feature Film Award for her second feature film, SUCK IT UP, which premiered at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival. RENUKA JEYAPALAN is a Toronto-based filmmaker and a graduate of the Canadian Film Centre’s Director’s Lab. KRIS BOOTH is an award-winning Canadian film director whose debut feature film, AT HOME BY MYSELF… WITH YOU was funded entirely with loose change.
Age appropriate for: 14+ (Coarse Language)
Festivals: Atlantic Film Festival (Canadian Premiere)
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm
Landmark Cinemas 9 City Centre
10200 102 Ave NW , Edmonton, AB, T5J 4B7