On February 22, filmmaker Albert Shin brings his psychological thriller Disappearance at Clifton Hill to the Canadian Film Forum.
Barry Hertz, Globe & Mail film editor, will moderate the discussion that follows at 7:45pm.
A free, live broadcast. Online registration required.
Obsessed with memories of an unsolved crime from her childhood, a young woman’s investigation reveals the seedy underbelly beneath her idyllic Niagara Falls tourist town.
Winner of the prestigious Jay Scott Prize for Emerging Filmmaker by the Toronto Film Critics Association in 2014, Albert Shin is a Korean-Canadian filmmaker based out of Toronto, Canada. He graduated from York University with a B.F.A. in Film & Video Production and directed his debut feature, Point Traverse in 2009. In 2014, Albert’s second feature, In Her Place, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival before screening at numerous festivals worldwide. The film earned major critical acclaim and went on to receive 7 Canadian Screen Award nominations including four nods personally for Best Picture, Director, Original Screenplay, and Editing. In addition, Albert is the co-founder of the production company, TimeLapse Pictures, which has produced several award-winning short films and features. Albert’s latest feature, Disappearance at Clifton Hill, is a psychological thriller set in Niagara Falls with award-winning production company Rhombus Media.