Beau Han Bridge's short-film Margot's Period featuring Tsawwassen actors will premier this Saturday as part of the Rio Grind Film Festival.
Margot's Period will screen on Saturday, Nov. 24 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at the Rio Theatre (1660 E Broadway, Vancouver).
Margot's Period centres around a young women named Margot who experiences the horrors of getting her first period at a holiday party.
The film was directed and written by Bridge, shot in Tsawwassen, and features young Tsawwassen actors Shelby Satterthwaite (who plays the lead Margot) and Mack Dobb (playing Cult Sister Sue). The film will be playing alongside well known classic and contemporary films, such as John Carpenter's The Fog, Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, & Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria.
The film is rated 18A and you must be 19-plus with ID to attend the event.
For tickets see: www.riotheatre.ca.
The Rio Grind Film Festival features the hottest new international, horror, science fiction, thriller, action, fantasy, cult and grind house features and short films that are traditionally overlooked by the regular festival circuit. These are some of the most eagerly anticipated and critically acclaimed new films from the international Genre film festival circuit.
The festival will include 10 new feature films and 20 short films from around the world.