2021 Nickel Independent Film Festival

Broad Appeal + Shorts

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9 films in package
Friday, July 23: Land Acknowledgement and Trailer
Two Little People
Two little people live in a wheat field. They grow together until the day when the man left. It is the time all the wheat has been mowed. The relationship between two little people keeps growing in the woman’s heart.
Point Symmetry
A video portrait of two Boston-based middle-aged women, whose parents were experiencing the extreme opposites of World War II.
Labour Pains
Based on a true story. Annisa, a young South Sudanese midwife races against time in order to save the life of a young mother (Agnes) after she suffers a Post Partum Hemorrhage.
Imelda 3: Simone
The filmmaker envisions how two old ladies, lifelong adversaries, might have made peace before the end.
Berries for Sale
The residents of a tiny Newfoundland town consider voting to resettle it.
Belle-Ile in Acadie
Acadians from Belle-Ile-en-Mer, France, visit Canada to meet their "cousins" with whom they share a common culture and history.
Broad Appeal: Next Stop Toronto
At the Royal York Toronto, the Grand Dame of Canadian Hotels, our two Grand Dames of Canadian Comedy, Mary Walsh and Cathy Jones, in their beloved characters the Misses Enid and Eulalia, meet up with the Grand Dame of world literature, Nobel Prize winning author, Margaret Atwood, begging the question, can there be too many Grand Dames in one place?
Lake of Happiness
In a small Belarusian village where time seems to stand still, Jasja, a 9-year-old girl, has to deal with her mother‘s death. Her father decides to send her to an orphanage. But one day she decides to run away home.
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The legendary Misses Enid and Eulalia are back in Broad Appeal alongside an array of other delightful short films. Presented by ACTRA.

Belle-Ile in Acadie: Acadians from Belle-Ile-en-Mer, France, visit Canada to meet their "cousins" with whom they share a common culture and history.

  • Country
    Canada
  • Director
    Phil Comeau
  • Screenwriter
    Phil Comeau
  • Producer
    Phil Comeau