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‘Seeing In The Dark’ Sees the Light of Day
Gordon Pengilly’s short film script ‘Seeing In The Dark’, has received the green light from Executive Producer David Cormican, The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition and Year of the Skunk Productions.
Crowned earlier this year as the best script of 2008, ‘Seeing In The Dark’ weaves the tale of a recently paroled prisoner, as he tries to reconnect with his former life in his first day as a free man, only to discover that he is no longer welcome.
The buzzed-about ‘Dark’, is also a recipient of the competitively awarded SaskFilm Filmmakers program and will be shooting using the RED camera digital cinema system. An industry first for dramatic short films shot in the province (Saskatchewan)
In front of the camera, Dark’s casting is being overseen by Gemini Award winning casting director Carmen Kotyk, who is looking to round out the script with some fresh new faces and talent. With a budget of just under $50K, ‘Seeing In The Dark’ is slated to commence principal photography in and around Regina July 5th, 2009.
For complete details on the 2008 Canadian Short Screenplay Competition winners, as well as deadline and fee information for entry to the 2009 competition, please visit
About The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition (CSSC)
The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition, administered by Year of the Skunk Productions (Regina), and established in 2008, is the premiere script contest for short film screenplays. CSSC is the single-most competitive, prestigious, short screenplay festival in Canada, a champion for screenwriters everywhere and a launching pad for writers’ professional careers.
Find out more about the Canadian Short Screenplay Competition here: http://www.Screenplay-
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