ReelHeART Monthly Film Series Presents – A Night With The Bad Boys Of DIY Filmmaking The Butler Brothers!
This Ain’t No Prairie Home Companion…
A Night With The Bad Boys Of DIY Filmmaking
**Toronto’s own Butler Brothers!**
Join us in our last Monthly Film Series before we start the
9th Annual ReelHeART International Film Festival
for an evening that’s sure to be some Badass Fun!
- The Big Picture Cinema
- 1035 Gerrard Street East
- M4M 1Z6 Map
- Advance Tickets $12
- Please Note, as Alcohol will be served at this event, only ADVANCE Tickets Will Be Sold
We’ll be spending an evening celebrating Canadian film, with special Guests Jason and Brett Butler, the Hometown Heros of DIY Filmmaking.
“Seventeen People from Toronto” (30 Minutes)
Director David Wild Canada/USA
Seventeen people from Toronto talk about life, death and their favorite type of salad dressing.
“Confusions of an Unmarried Couple” Canada (73 Minutes)
Dir. Brett Butler, Dir. Jason Butler
Take a couple who’ve had a troubled past, including an ugly break-up, and throw in a strange attempt at reconciliation. Ask each where they think things went wrong and you have one confusing and very real account of a relationship in flux.
This film is one of the first feature films written by Brett Butler that he also co-starred in and co-directed with his brother Jason Butler.
We’re going to visit the journey the Butler Brothers have been on since we first premiered “Confusions” in 2008. They are one of the hardest working teams in local independent filmmaking from conception, to production to promotion, We’re going to learn their secrets.
A lot’s happened to these two brothers in the last 5 years and just like George and Louise Jefferson, the Butler Brothers are ‘Movin’ On Up’.
The evening will be filled with some cool surprises, popcorn, beverages, a little improv, and a Q&A with The Butler Brothers and the Director of the ReelHeART International Film Festival.
*If you’d like more than 1 Drink, please DONATE $10 more below for 2 Extra Drink Tickets*
Please Support Independent and Locally Grown Film…