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GAS CAN is a short film about a Cree family in 1970s Saskatchewan who run out of gas on their way to a new life in the city. Supported by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Saskatchewan Filmpool Co-operative, and our IndieGoGo Backers.

Festivals:

Winner - Best of Saskatchewan (Ruth Shaw Award) - Yorkton Film Festival 2017, May 25-28. World Premiere.
Nominated for Best of Saskatchewan (Ruth Shaw Award); Emerging Filmmaker Award; Short Subject (Fiction); and Craft Award - Directing (Fiction).

Official Selection - Asinabka Film & Media Festival 2017 (Ottawa, ON), August 10-13. 

Nominated - Best Narrative Short - LA Skins Fest 2017 (Los Angeles, California). November 14-19.

Winner - Best Short Film & Audience Choice - Saskatchewan Independent Film Awards 2017 (Regina, SK), November 17.

Official Selection - Winnipeg Aboriginal Film Festival 2017, November 23-26.

Winner - Best Cinematography - Redline International Film Festival, February 2018. Awarded to Derek Branscombe.

Official Selection - Wairoa Maori Film Festival 2018 (Nuhaka, New Zealand). June 1 -4. Kiriata Motu Honu Programme.