Chris is an English teacher in South Korea who is lazy at work and lazy in life — an expat looking for a good time, trying to run away from the shame and responsibilities of his life back home.
After his school fires him for boring the students and his girlfriend dumps him for not learning any Korean, he must make the choice of going back home or starting over and doing things right.
Coming soon — see the Konglish Microsite for more details!
2016 Future of Film Showcase
2016 Korean International Expat Film Festival
A young woman in Toronto waits outside of a subway station to meet her blind date. Despite sending some messages back and forth, he fails to show up.
Paul waits for a reply from his girlfriend after an argument, only to receive a series of strange text messages from an unknown number.
Runner Up Best Film - 2015 Hamilton Music & Film Festival
Over the course of a single ten minute take, ‘Interchange’ tells the story of a couple who is forced to confront the state of their relationship on a late-night subway ride.
A film about reconciling the positive and negative memories of a past relationship.
Best Narrative Film - 2014 We Eat Films Festival
Audience Choice Award - 2014 Western Film Festival
Two lovers reminisce about a recent trip to Italy, but the details of their trip don't match up. As their memories become increasingly disparate, the basis of their love falls into obscurity.