Directed by Jonathan Chan
In a world of regulated sleep, Lucy tries to find out why she is still tired—and uncovers the ominous and dangerous truth that there is much more to her dreams than she thought.
BCSA: VAFF Best Canadian Short Award 2015 nominee
Previous Screening / Awards:
Student Directing Award, Langara College Film Arts Program
Jon has always wanted to be a storyteller, and after years of studying illustration, writing and conceptual art, he now endeavours to create his work as a filmmaker. Born in Winnipeg but raised in Vancouver, Jon has a strong affinity for the Pacific Northwest and is interested in its unique sense of identity within cinema, and intends to explore its portrayal in his future work.
Producer: Jonathan Chan, Emma Bishop, Chatoyer Jackson, Brandon Smith
Writer: Emma Bishop
In This Program: 15 Seconds of Mukbang, Cantonese: Passing, Dissonance, Glass Eyes, “Home”, My Least Favourite Person, On Being Chinese, Culture & Identity, Red Pockets, Singing in Diaspora, #Support, Taste of Identity, Taylor vs. Yusuf, Virtual Hitman, The Weatherman and the Shadowboxer