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2014 Surrey International Film Festival Schedule

The Official 2014 Surrey International Film Festival schedule has been released. Check out the schedule below, and be sure to RSVP your tickets now!

All screenings are FREE to the public.

Festival Schedule:


November 14th“LAYOVER” Premiere – Centre Stage, Surrey City Hall
6:00PM – Red Carpet Reception
6:30PM – “Layover” – Premiere screening
8:00PM – Q & A with MTV Award winning film maker of “Layover” Joshua Caldwell
9:00PM – Reception in Lobby

November 1st – Student and Professional Short Film Screening – Studio Theatre, Surrey Arts Centre
6:00PM – Red Carpet Reception
7:00PM – Screening Starts
9:00PM – Meet the Filmmakers! (Q & A Session)

List of Official Selected Short Films:

“What Am I Doing Here”
While struggling with food addiction, a Bangladesh writer chases his dream of becoming successful in the western world without realizing what would happen if he doesn’t.
Dir. Wahid ibn Reza
University of British Columbia, British Columbia
Runtime: 13:00

“Knocking on Death’s Door”
Emmet cannot deal with the pain of loosing his wife and decides to end his own life.
Dir. Cole Jackson
Capilano University, British Columbia
Runtime: 7:45

A man wakes up in a parallel universe identical to our world while investigating the death of his brother. Since the two worlds are identical, which one is real? Perhaps we all just live in a dream…
Dir: Jack Chen
Fleetwood Park Secondary, British Columbia
Runtime: 13:00

“Snooze Time”
As Evie struggles with the weird and wonderful effects of time on her life and relationships, it becomes clear that time is playing its most annoying trick of all: it’s running out.
Dir. Ivan Barge
New Zealand
Runtime: 7:00

Three elderly men have fun spying on a woman through their binoculars from the covered
swimming pool in a sports centre. The glass walls of the pool are both their shield and their vantage point. But tonight Luis, Darío and Pedro will witness an occurrence that can’t be undone.
Dir: Aitor Gutiérrez
Runtime: 15:00

“The Vegan Muffin”
Australian director Edward Housden adapts the internet age novelist Tao Lin’s short story into a darkly comic vignette narrated by vegan model and actress, Tallulah Harlech.
Dir. Edward Housden
Runtime: 4:00

Dig is a short film about a young, Jewish Holocaust survivor who, twenty years following his exodus from Europe, sees the Nazi responsible for his family’s death, kidnaps him, and orders him to dig his own grave.
Dir: Joshua Caldwell (Will be attendance on November 14th)
United States
Runtime: 25:00

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