We are thrilled to announce our next screening at the Nice International Filmmaker Festival in May 2018.
Before Anything You Say has also been nominated for three more awards:
Congrats to all, and amazing work!
So thrilled to finally announce two new awards at the Milan International Filmmaker Festival.
First, Ousama Rawi wins Best Cinematography in a Feature Film. Second, Shelagh Carter takes home the award for Best Director!
Next stop, London! Happy to announce the first screening of 2018 at the London International Filmmaker Festival in February 2018.
And what better way to celebrate the season than with five new nominations?
And of course, Happy Holidays, everyone!
We couldn’t be happier to announce SIX new nominations at the Milan International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema!
Best Lead Actress: Kristen Harris
Best Lead Actor: Darcy Fehr
Best Editing of a Feature Film: Chad Tremblay
Best Cinematography in a Feature Film: Ousama Rawi
Best Director: Shelagh Carter
Best Feature Film: Shelagh Carter
Many congratulations, and best of luck to all!
Another winner! Kristen Harris takes home Best Lead Actress at the Berlin International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema.
We’re thrilled and honoured to add the Milan International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema to our list of Film Fest International screenings.
Bravo to our team! Nominations to follow.
We are extremely excited to announce the North American Premiere of Before Anything You Say at the LA Femme International Film Festival.
The film will screen on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017. Hope to see you there!
We are going to Berlin! Before Anything You Say has been selected to screen at the Berlin International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema in October 2017.
We’re honoured to announce the film has also been nominated for four awards:
Good luck to all!
* * * * 4-stars
Review By Greg Klymkiw
There’s much to be said for the dazzling cinematic potential of watching two great actors verbally slugging it out against the backdrop of claustrophobic domestic strife and Shelagh Carter’s Before Anything You Say does not disappoint in the long-honoured snipe-fest sweepstakes. Carter’s previous outing Passionflower, a harrowing portrait of mental illness, solidified her position as one of Canada’s leading practitioners of searingly glorious psychological melodrama and this new film manages to up the ante by delving into territory that blends the delectable properties of 70s “menopause movies” (typified by the likes of Gilbert Cates’s Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams) and the sorrow-laden relationship gymnastics of Alain Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour).
Isobel (Kristen Harris) and Jack (Darcy Fehr) find themselves at loggerheads during a vacation in Paris. Jack has an opportunity to move to Bangkok and take a job that will see him working towards fighting against human trafficking. This means that Isobel must either drop her own career and join him or stay behind in their glorious house in their beloved winter city. Add to this mix of emotions is his adult son’s disappearance.
read the rest of this wonderful review, here.