FILMS

JAMES vs HIS FUTURE SELF (feature)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriters:  Jonas Chernick & Jeremy LaLonde

Producer:  Jordan Walker, Jonas Chernick & Jonathan Bronfman

Cinematopher:  Scott McClellan 

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Jonas Chernick, Daniel Stern, Tommie-Amber Pirie, Cleopatra Coleman,             Francis Conroy, Tara Spencer-Nairn

Synopsis: When an uptight time-travelling obsessed young scientist is visited by his nihilistic future self, he's told that he needs to give up his dream of becoming the world's first time traveler, or else. But when he won't go along with the plan, it becomes a wicked battle of man versus himself - literally.

Festivals:  Edmonton Int'l Film Festival (OPENING NIGHT), Cinefest Sudbury, Calgary Int'l Film Festival, Toronto After Dark, Whistler Film Festival, Santa Barbara Int'l (US PREMIERE), Reel Canadian Film Fest (OPENING NIGHT), Panic Fest, Available Light Film Fest, San Francisco Indie Fest, Invermere Film Festival (CLOSING NIGHT), Glasgow Film Festival (EUROPEAN PREMIERE), Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Brussels Int'l Film Fest, Imagine Film Fest, Other Worlds Film Fest, Fantaspoa Int'l Fantastic Film Fest (LATIN PREMIERE), Bucheon Int'l Fantastic Film Fest, Sci-Fi Film Fest (OPENING NIGHT)

Awards: 

Best Feature Film - Audience Award (Bronze) - Toronto After Dark Film Festival

Best Canadian Feature Film - Toronto After Dark Film Festival

Best Sci-Fi Feature Film - Toronto After Dark Film Festival

Best Supporting Actor (Daniel Stern) - Toronto After Dark Film Festival

Best Original Screenplay - 2020 Canadian Screen Awards (nomination)

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role (Daniel Stern) - 2020 Canadian Screen Awards (nomination)

Best Original Score - 2020 Canadian Screen Awards (nomination)

Best Original Song - 2020 Canadian Screen Awards (nomination)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriters:  Aaron Abrams & Brendan Gall

Producer:  Jordan Walker

Cinematopher:  Cabot McNenly

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Aaron Abrams, Tommie-Amber Pirie, Kristian Bruun, Christine Horne, Tony Nappy, Ennis Esmer, Scott Thompson, Kate Hewlett, Jonas Chernick, Teresa Pavlinek

Synopsis: A deadbeat drunk and a junkie hooker join forces to take on the city, each other, and their own personal shortcomings while trying to scam $98 for bus tickets out of town.

Festivals:  Cinequest, Canadian Film Fest

Awards: 

Best Feature Film: Comedy - Cinequest Film Festival

THE GO-GETTERS (feature)
BASTARDS (short)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Jordan Walker, Chris Bennett

Cinematopher:  Zach Melnick, Ann Tipper

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Julian Richings, Ennis Esmer, Paul Amos, Tara Spencer-Nairn, Tommie-Amber Pirie, Suresh John, Maya Long, Andrew Lewis, Pat Mastroianni, Christine Horne

Synopsis: An aging rockstar invites his illegitimate children to come live with him under the guise of making one of them his heir.

Festivals:  Canadian Film Fest, Cinefest Sudbury, Whistler Film Fest

Awards:  Inviation to National Screen Instutute Totally Television Program Phase 1 & 2

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Jordan Walker, Chris Bennett

Cinematopher:  Gregor Hagey

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Jewel Staite, Ennis Esmer, Lauren Lee Smith, Katharine Isabelle, Mark O'Brien,

Jonas Chernick, Tommie-Amber Pirie, James McGowan, Kristian Bruun, Lauren Holly

Synopsis: How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town is about a group of friends who live in the picturesque town of Beaver’s Ridge—the epitome of wholesomeness and strong family values. Their orderly life is interrupted by the homecoming of Cassie Cranston, whom they slut-shamed into leaving town when she was a teenager.  Now a big-city sex writer, Cassie returns home to face an unwelcome reception by her former friends, and finds an opportunity to seek revenge by writing a book about them when they ask her if she’ll help them plan an orgy.

Festivals:  Slamdance Film Festival, Cinequest, Omaha Film Festival, Sonoma Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival, Canadian Film Festival, Atlantic International, Cinefest Sudbury, Edmonton International, Calgary International, Grand River Film Festival, Whistler Film Fest

Awards:  Bs

Best Feature Film - Canadian Film Fest

Best Ensemble Cast - Canadian Film Fest Best

Best Independent Feature - Edmonton Int'l Film FestFest

The Crowd Life: campaign of the year

HOW TO PLAN AN ORGY IN A SMALL TOWN (feature)
PATCH TOWN (feature)
OUT (short)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Jackie English, Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Shane Azam

Editor:  John Nichols

Cast:  David Tompa, Tommie-Amber Pirie, David Huband, Paula Brancati, 

Rosemary Doyle

Synopsis: A young vampire returns home to come out of the coffin to his parents.

Festivals:  Toronto International Film Festival, Frameline Festival, Outfest, Whistler Film Fest, Melbourne Queer Festival, Flourish Film Fest, Fantasy Film Fest, Fairy Tales Film Fest, 

Out Takes Film Fest, Queer Screen, Out North Film Fest, Postira Seaside Film Festival, 

Indie Boots Film Fest, Human Rights Arts & Film Fest, Berkshire International, OUTEast 

Film Festival

Awards:  Best Short Film - Directors Guild of Canada (nomination)

Director:  Craig Goodwill

Screenwriter:  Christopher Bond, Trevor Martin, and Craig Goodwill

Producers: Craig Goodwill, David Sparks

Cinematopher:  Guy Godfrey

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Zoie Palmer, Julian Richings, Rob Ramsay, Suresh John, Scott Thompson,

Allana Harkin, Alan C. Peterson

Synopsis: After years in a loving home, Jon, a toy, was forgotten, deserted and ultimately betrayed by his adoptive mother.

Festivals:  Palm Springs International, Whistler Film Fest, Canadian Film Fest

Awards:  Best Feature - Canadian Film Fest

SEX AFTER KIDS (feature)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers: Jennifer Liao ,Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Zach Melnick, Ann Tipper

Editor:  John Nichols

Cast:  Paul Amos, Shannon Beckner, Katie Boland, Kristin Booth, Jay Brazeau,

Amanda Brugel, Kate Hewlett, Kris Holden-Ried, Christine Horne, Peter Keleghan,

Mary Krohnert, Mimi Kuzyk, Zoie Palmer, Gordon Pinsent, Mark Robinson, David Tompa

Synopsis: A disparate variety of couples from all walks of life strive to maintain active sex lives despite the notable distraction of having kids.

Festivals:  Santa Barbara International, Calgary International, Edmonton International, Cinefest Sudbury, Whistler Film Festival, BendFilm, Film North, Kamloops Film Fest, Shadows of the Mind Fest

Awards:  Best Director - Canadian Comedy Award

                 Best Screenplay - Canadian Comedy Award

                 Best Actress (Amanda Brugel) - ACTRA Awards

                 Best Comedy Feature - Edmonton Film Festival

                 Best Feature Film - Film North

                 Project of the Month - Indiewire.com

                 Audience Award Runner-Up - Santa Barbara International Film Fest

 

THE UNTITLED WORK OF PAUL SHEPARD (feature)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Anthony Grani, Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Zach Melnick

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Kris Holden-Ried, Mary Krohnert, Christine Horne, Zoie Palmer,

Tricia Braun, Alex Poch-Goldin, David Tompa

Synopsis: When he receives a phone call from an ex-girlfriend about a book of poetry 

she’s releasing, frustrated filmmaker Paul Shepard (Kris Holden-Ried) finally 

has the hook for his new documentary—an examination of modern relationships.

But when it turns out that the book is less about love in general and more about 

him—and his numerous failings—in particular, Paul shifts the focus of his doc 

inwards, tracking down his exes to find out what went wrong.

Festivals:  Calgary International, Edmonton International, Cinefest Sudbury, Heart of England, South Africa International, Ireland Film Fest International

Awards:  Best Director - Canadian Comedy Award (nomination)

                 Best Actress (Zoie Palmer) - ACTRA Awards (nomination)

                 Best First Feature - Heat of England Festival (nomination) ssdfdf

HOFF'S NEW DIRECTION (short)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Anthony Grani, Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Zach Melnick

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Andrew Pifko, Mary Krohnert, David Tompa

Synopsis: Hoff Woodburn, the world's foremost finger painting artist, is about to step

into a bold new direction.

Awards:  Best Short Film, Niagara Indie Film Festival

MRS. & MRS. MOOSEWOOD (short)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Anthony Grani, Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Zach Melnick

Editor:  Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Shawn Henry, Chani Nicholas, Vipin Sharma, Pamela Farrauto

Synopsis: Officer Smit's first day on the job took a slight turn when he had to tell a woman

that her husband had died in a horrible car accident. It got a lot worse when he found out

that he told the wrong woman.

Awards:  Best Short Film, Niagara Indie Film Festival

SELFLESS, COLD & COMPOSED (short)

Director:  Jeremy LaLonde

Screenwriter:  Jeremy LaLonde

Producers:  Krysta LeBlanc, David Jacombs Jr, Jeremy LaLonde

Cinematopher:  Tom Kratz

Editor:  Marco Pazzano, Jeremy LaLonde

Cast:  Trevor Hayes, Chani Nicholas, Jackie English, Jeff Trevanian,

Sandy Kellerman

Synopsis: A struggling novelist tries to solve his writer’s block without his girlfriend getting

in the way.

Awards:  Best Student Film, Niagara Indie Film Festival

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