Owner and operator of Better Weekly and County House Pictures

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Check out this article in Blackburn News featuring Wendy German!

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Marking the end of our Festival Run, the “little short horror that could” won TWO technical categories this month in the Indie Short Fest.

One for best Visual FX, and the other for best MakeUp FX, by Rhonda Morley Causton of ReelTwistedFX!

Congrats to everyone for helping make this film a reality!

Click here to see the other technical category winners: https://indieshortfest.com/award-winners-of-april-2021…/

After a year of festival submissions, I’m happy to finally share our final film online for all to see! Thank you to all our supporters, IndieGoGo backers, and everyone who helped make this film possible.

For my first time directing anything, I’m really proud with how this turned out. However, that being said, let’s move on to our next project! In the famous words of, William Faulkner, “Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Do not bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself.

What a wild month it has been!

After a successful IndieGoGo campaign, we managed to raise $4025.00 for our short horror film The Acrylic. Our production weekend was busy, but everything went smoothly and extremely well. Friday want spent acquiring our equipment and putting together all our last minute details, including designing a set wall in the tiny apartment space we were shooting at (The Director’s Apartment.)

Day One we spent filming at the first apartment location, then we broke for lunch and moved to our beautiful Art Gallery at the Rebecca Gallery at 1011 Bloor Street West in Toronto’s West End Neighbourhood.

Day Two we had all hands on deck, as we worked on the climax of our film, featuring our monster in full make up.

I cannot thank everyone enough for their support on this project. From our hardworking production assistants, to our IndieGoGo backers, to the extremely talented cast and crew. I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am to bring this project to you when all is said and done.

Although the hard work of Pre-Production and Production are finished, we have officially started work on our Post-Production for this film. Stay tuned for special updates regarding this project, future projects, and even some chances to win prizes closer to our release date this Spring 2019.