Fiction Film « Thunderstone Pictures Inc

By: Thunderstone Pictures  09-12-2011
Keywords: Feature Film, group therapy, Artists Working

Feature Film, (in development)

A feature film set in Northern Ontario. Currently in development stages. Details coming soon.

Comedy, 8 min., HD

An Anishinabek legend translated to film by youth artists working with mentoring filmmakers, Eagle vs. Sparrow is about the traditional grandfather teaching of ‘humility’.

Drama (2007) 32 min., Super 16mm

Reserve life, family problems and the death of a close friend push Kaitlyn into a deep depression. Following a suicide attempt and a lengthy hospital stay in a strange city, she finds herself in group therapy with three other Anishinawbe youth.

Drama (2005), 21 min., Super 16mm

Struggling to survive a post-apocalyptic winter, two strangers are brought together by the discovery of an old violin. A tale of love and sacrifice, “The Remnant” looks at what it is to be human after the fall of a civilization based on materialism and consumption.

Keywords: Artists Working, Feature Film, group therapy, Youth Artists

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