2019 Spring Festival

May 5th, 2019 - Mayfair Theatre - 1074 Bank St, Ottawa, ON K1S 3X3
Advanced tickets: $10.00 + hst/fees (until midnight May 4th)
Door Tickets: $15.00 (12pm May 5th)

 
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Digi60 Spring Festival Screening

May 5th, 2019 - Mayfair Theatre - 1074 Bank St, Ottawa - Doors: 12:00pm, Screening: 12:30pm

Join us once again the Historic Mayfair Theatre on May 5th at 12:30 pm! 

Advanced tickets: $10.00 + hst/fees (until midnight May 4th)
Door Tickets: $15.00 (12pm May 5th)

Complete Lineup coming on April 22nd!

Meet our 2019 Spring Festival Jury Members

Tracy Bacenas  is a two-time Emmy nominated film and television editor with over twenty-five years of experience in the industry in the US and Canada. She has cut over 200 episodes of prime time Hollywood series including Survivor, The Amazing Race, Big Brother, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Pimp My Ride. She was the first woman editor to gain permanent status on the editorial team for Survivor, capping off her thirteen-season stint there as supervising editor. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Motion Picture Editors Guild, and the less formal League of Extraordinary Editors in Los Angeles. Tracy now lives in Ottawa and works as a freelance writer, editor, and story producer on television and web series projects and teaches workshops in storytelling and narrative structure.

Tracy Bacenas is a two-time Emmy nominated film and television editor with over twenty-five years of experience in the industry in the US and Canada. She has cut over 200 episodes of prime time Hollywood series including Survivor, The Amazing Race, Big Brother, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Pimp My Ride. She was the first woman editor to gain permanent status on the editorial team for Survivor, capping off her thirteen-season stint there as supervising editor. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Motion Picture Editors Guild, and the less formal League of Extraordinary Editors in Los Angeles. Tracy now lives in Ottawa and works as a freelance writer, editor, and story producer on television and web series projects and teaches workshops in storytelling and narrative structure.

Ben Hoskyn  is a freelance director, producer, and cinematographer across narrative features, live multi-cam shoots, viral ads and documentary series. His debut feature film as a director, the international drama "8 Minutes Ahead", premiered at the Whistler Film Festival, screened in Hong Kong and New York City, and will hit DVD and VOD early 2019. Ben is a founding member of Space Tigers Inc, a production pipeline offering VFX and post-production services. He is a graduate of BCIT's Broadcast Communications program, and lives in Ottawa with his family.

Ben Hoskyn is a freelance director, producer, and cinematographer across narrative features, live multi-cam shoots, viral ads and documentary series. His debut feature film as a director, the international drama "8 Minutes Ahead", premiered at the Whistler Film Festival, screened in Hong Kong and New York City, and will hit DVD and VOD early 2019. Ben is a founding member of Space Tigers Inc, a production pipeline offering VFX and post-production services. He is a graduate of BCIT's Broadcast Communications program, and lives in Ottawa with his family.

Stef Armstrong  is a Producer in Vancouver, BC. She is currently acting as Associate Producer on the Freeform series  Motherland: Fort Salem , after having completed work on the producing team of the Freeform movie  Ghosting . She recently produced a short film   for Sony,  Daydream , which premiered at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Stef is an experienced industry professional who has also worked on the television shows  Beyond  (Freeform),  Siren  (Freeform),  Charmed  (CBS, CW), and the feature film  Noelle  (Disney).

Stef Armstrong is a Producer in Vancouver, BC. She is currently acting as Associate Producer on the Freeform series Motherland: Fort Salem, after having completed work on the producing team of the Freeform movie Ghosting. She recently produced a short film for Sony, Daydream, which premiered at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Stef is an experienced industry professional who has also worked on the television shows Beyond (Freeform), Siren (Freeform), Charmed (CBS, CW), and the feature film Noelle (Disney).

 
Tyler A. Williams  is a filmmaker and musician born and raised in Ottawa. Having grown up in a household surrounded by the world of movies, he has held a passion for filmmaking from an early age. Tyler holds a diploma in Television Broadcasting from Algonquin College, and works as a director and editor in Ottawa. Tyler has built a portfolio of projects from short films to documentaries as the co-founder of HAYS Collective, a group of artists and filmmakers based in Ottawa.

Tyler A. Williams is a filmmaker and musician born and raised in Ottawa. Having grown up in a household surrounded by the world of movies, he has held a passion for filmmaking from an early age. Tyler holds a diploma in Television Broadcasting from Algonquin College, and works as a director and editor in Ottawa. Tyler has built a portfolio of projects from short films to documentaries as the co-founder of HAYS Collective, a group of artists and filmmakers based in Ottawa.


Carla Custance  is a TV, film and literary writer who holds an MFA in Screenwriting from Spalding University and a graduate certificate in Scriptwriting from Algonquin College. She won the Best Screenplay award at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival (2016), and the Praxis Screenwriting Fellowship (2012).  Her scripts have also been recognized in other international screenwriting competitions such as the Nicholl Fellowship, the Austin Film Festival, and the PAGE Screenwriting Competition. She worked as a Senior Scriptwriter at Mind Ninja Studios. She lives in Ottawa with her husband, two daughters and a goofy red poodle.

Carla Custance is a TV, film and literary writer who holds an MFA in Screenwriting from Spalding University and a graduate certificate in Scriptwriting from Algonquin College. She won the Best Screenplay award at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival (2016), and the Praxis Screenwriting Fellowship (2012).

Her scripts have also been recognized in other international screenwriting competitions such as the Nicholl Fellowship, the Austin Film Festival, and the PAGE Screenwriting Competition. She worked as a Senior Scriptwriter at Mind Ninja Studios. She lives in Ottawa with her husband, two daughters and a goofy red poodle.

 
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