Published on November 30th, 2016 | by Biz Books

Crazy8s2017 Top 13 is pleased to support Crazy8s2017!

It was an especially difficult year to narrow down the Top 40, given the exceptional projects pitched, so the judges have selected a Top 13 rather than the usual Top 12!

After much deliberation we are pleased to announce the #Crazy8sFilms17 Top 13 that advance to the script stage:

Anh Hung
Director Lelinh Du
Writers Lelinh Du & Frazer MacLean
Producer Frazer MacLean

Two brothers, raised on criminal money, struggle to maintain a normal relationship as one falls deeper into crime and the youngest kid-brother has his innocence stripped away from him with a grim glimpse
of his future.

Black White Blue
Director Rukiya Bernard
Writer Murry Peeters
Producer/Editor Anika Syskakis

Alicia Tyson, a black cop with idealized convictions of helping her black community has her morals tested to ultimately devastating consequences.

Director Lawrence Le Lam
Writers Jerome Yoo, Nach Dudsdeemaytha & Lawrence Le Lam
Producer Nach Dudsdeemaytha

9 years after the 1992 LA Riots, a timid Korean-American high school student finds himself drawn to the unforgiving world of LA’s underground hip hop scene, where he discovers a platform to confront
his painful past.

Director David Milchard
Writer Christina Sicoli
Producer Dylan Collingwood

An irresponsible thirty year old is determined to prove that she
should have been the Godmother of her best friend’s child – at his private school talent show.

Hi 🙂
Director Crystal Lowe
Writer/Producer Matthew Kevin Anderson

A man wrestling with the tragic loss of his wife becomes haunted by her ghost, unable to let her go he struggles to move forward in life and in the end must decide between his past and his future.

Human Resources, Inc.
Director Mattisse Weyler Hubert
Writer Jon Graham

In a run-of-the-mill office building run by God in which theprocessing of human souls takes place, lowly employee Lucifer, with the help of misguided layabout ‎Jesus Christ, must stop God’s plan to unleash the Apocalypse.

Director Carmen Aguirre
Writer AJ Simmons

When the very violence Marcella and Graciela tried to flee comes back to haunt them, these refugee sisters are pitted against each other in a struggle for survival. What if the price of freedom means sacrificing what is closest to your heart?

No Reservations
Director/Writer Trevor Carroll
Producer Ben Mallin

A satirical twist on the story of a community being invaded by construction crews in an effort to install a pipeline.

The Prince
Director/Writer Kyra Zagorsky
Producers Janene Carleton & Patrick Sabongui

A young dancer and her uncle struggle with what it means to be Middle-Eastern Canadians in a post 9/11 world after they are victims of a violent confrontation on public transit.

Return to Sender
Director/Writer Malibu Taetz
Producers Ema Mac Duff & Marlio Herrera

When a package rumoured to contain the Answer to the Universe is mistakenly sent to Earth ahead of schedule, Myra, a novice clerk in the celestial mailroom, must get it back before it changes the world.

The Undertaker’s Son
Directors, Writers & Producers
The Affolter Brothers

In this short Western, a young man’s life is forever changed when he joins his father at work for his first day of learning the macabre family business – undertaking.

Up or Down
Director Laura Adkin
Writers Laura Adkin & David Lewis
Producer Victoria Angell

When an arrogant corporate exec’s life is turned on it’s heels, he must learn to see life from a different perspective or risk losing it.

Director Mike Jackson
Writer Peter New

A man made of wood and a woman with secrets connect online, sharing truths that break them out of the cages of lies that have imprisoned them.

Up-Coming Crazy8s Related Events


The #Crazy8sFilms16 film I Love You So Much It’s Killing Them will be screening as part of Shortwork 3 on Saturday Dec 3rd at 10am
Join the Facebook event here:

The #Crazy8sFilms16 film Trying among other non-Crazy8s short films will be screening ShortWork Showcase, which is co-hosted by Crazy8s, on Sunday Dec 4th at 430pm.


You are invited to our holiday film mixer party on Fri Dec 9 at
InFocus Film School

Doors 7:30pm at 306 Abbott Street. Free entry.

Join the event here:

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