Jett’s first-ever short film that he made is an ‘official selection’ in Windsor’s first Youth Short Film festival created and organized by local filmmaker Gemma Cunial. Gemma’s great idea and plan for this festival was recognized by winning one of the the City of Windsor’ Arts, Culture and Heritage Fund special COVID-19 art relief grants earlier this month.
Jett wrote, directed, shot and acted in his short time he titled: Time Record. (Yours truly plays ‘the mom’. #oscarworthy)
In any case, the film was ‘officially selected’ as one of top films and now we need a smidge of your time to screen to the films and vote on your favourites. Jett’s film is among a group of unique and creative short films made by the youth in our great city. Celebrate the kids, shall we?!
How it works:
- Screen (watch) the official selection of short films.
- Vote for films to receive various awards such as Best Picture, Best Cast, and Best Rookie Film.
TO SCREEN THE FILMS CLICK HERE
SCREENING & VOTING DATES JUNE 5 – JUNE 12
Thank you for your time and voting! Congratulations to all the young filmmakers! And thank you to Gemma, her team, and the City of Windsor for making this possible!
4 thoughts on “Time Record – Official Selection & Vote”
congratulations to Jett! what a good actor he is! and the film is so cool and subtle… I love it!
and well done all of you… hey, you’re a natural as a mother Vanessa!!! ha ha! very impressive!
On Fri, 5 Jun 2020 at 10:48, VANESSA SHIELDS, writer wrote:
> Vanessa Shields posted: ” Jett’s first-ever short film that he made is an > ‘official selection’ in Windsor’s first Youth Short Film festival created > and organized by local filmmaker Gemma Cunial. Gemma’s great idea and plan > for this festival was recognized by winning one of the” >
Very cool, Oscarworthy. The film was a trip. I like the production values, special effects and the star(s). I voted! Mark