Static: The Movie

I’m pleased to announce that STATIC, the short film has reached its Indiegogo funding goal!

STATIC, the short film script, is based on the short story “Static” by playwright, screenwriter and author Robert Shearman, which appeared in his World Fantasy Award-winning debut collection, Tiny Deaths. It was written and will be directed by Tanya Lemke, a veteran of the Canadian film and television production community, whose many credits include Queer As Folk, The Murdoch Mysteries, Lost Girl, and Orphan Black.

The script won the CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival’s Screenplay Giveaway Prize last year, which awarded us some generous donations from highly respected industry suppliers such as Deluxe Post, William F. White’s and Cinespace to go toward making the film a reality.

The cast includes:

yannikYANNICK BISSON as Billy – Best known and loved as the titular Detective William Murdoch in the hit “CSI in the 1890′s” series Murdoch Mysteries. Other credits include series Sue Thomas F.B.Eye and Nothing Too Good For A Cowboy, and films Casino Jack and the dark indie Nothing Really Matters.

 

chantalCHANTAL CRAIG as Billy's Wife – A few of the effervescent Chantal’s credits include series Forever Knight, Sue Thomas F.B.Eye, Degrassi, and the Murdoch Mysteries, and she is also an accomplished writer with a book and several television series under her belt.

 

kristianKRISTIAN BRUUN as the TV Host – Kristian has appeared in such popular shows as Covert Affairs, Nikita, Murdoch Mysteries, and most recently played the duplicitious Donnie in the ecstatically-received smash hit series Orphan Black.

 

igorIGOR PUGDOG as Blackie the Dog – Igor is an emerging Actor/Model who also works as a St. John's Ambulance therapy dog, as well as a Child/READ tested literacy dog who loves to have children read to him.

 

Find out more about STATIC at http://staticthemovie.wordpress.com.

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