Digital North once again steps up to the plate accepting the digital gun challenge, produce a 6 minute short film in under 48 hours. The theme was limited to “a room with a view” The Film opened at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto and is presently in submission to a number of different film festivals.
The film Madame Robér centers around a psychic “Robér” played by Paul Fowles. Robér is called in by the Toronto Police to solve a wave of disappearances of out of town comedians playing in Toronto. Aided by the out of body Victim (Tim Bolen) and supported masterfully by the Rookie cop ( Matt Borch) Robér sets out to find the victim and deal with his own issues of being a male psychic in a female dominated profession.
The reviews are in...
“Interesting comedic style… well created characters.”
“Loved the dead guy and the rookie cop!”
“Nicely written & directed.”
“Lighting was surreal and in mood with the psychic’s world”
“Interesting angle on the paranormal…Here’s to male psychics!”
comments courtesy Digital Gun Awards 2003
Director:Christina C. Tyson Cinematography:Greg Bobier Audio:Jeff Martin Lighting:Darren Martin Line Producer:Dorothy Hanlon