Directed by Arun Lakra
For 20 straight years, Time Magazine’s “Luckiest Man Alive” has bet “double or nothing” on the Super Bowl coin toss. And won every time. Today, he is about to risk $850,000,000…until he randomly selects a young woman from his audience, who claims to have figured out his mathematical secret.
BCSA: VAFF Best Canadian Short Award 2016 nominee
Previous Screening / Awards:
Orlando Film Festival 2016, Boston Film Festival 2016, Montreal World Film Festival 2016
Probability is Arun’s first narrative short film. His feature film script, Voices, was a winner of the Praxis Screenplay Competition and his animated music video, Must Sell Screenplay!, enjoyed an award-winning festival run. Arun is also a playwright. His award-winning stage play, Sequence, will have its Toronto Premiere this season at the Tarragon Theatre. Arun lives in Calgary with his wife and two kids, and divides his work week between his creative endeavors and his ophthalmology practice. www.arunlakra.com @arunlakraOU
Director / Writer / Produce: Arun Lakra
November 6 / 90 minsOur LIFE IN MULTICULTURE Canadian Shorts program celebrates the myriad cultural, sexual and individual identities of Canadian Asian and hapa diaspora.