FILMMAKER – ‘Sticking Out Like A Sore Thumb‘
A feature length project from Director Austin Wrinch and Producers Aidan MacAulay and Morgan MacLean
Sticking Out Like A Sore Thumb is an independent documentary film about three people from Vancouver BC who each have an idea for a movie of their own as well as their plans on turning those ideas into a reality. Made up from a series of one on one interviews, the film takes an in depth look at what drives people to create and why they do it.
Matthew Marioni, a shy and often self-deprecating amateur filmmaker with big ambitions for his future filmmaking career. He plans on making for a short film entitled Deer in Headlights that he hopes will help him stand out.
Ben Ratner, a confident and experienced independent filmmaker with two feature films under his directorial belt who talks about Down River, his latest film which received much positive acclaim from it’s successful run in the North American film festival circuit.
Ralf Kelman, an energetic and free spirited raconteur with many views and opinions on the world of movies, art, government, the military industrial complex and most things in between. He shares the ideas and outlines for his story entitled Drone Wars, which he believes, if done correctly, will be the next big blockbuster that will both entertain and open minds.
About the Director:
Austin Wrinch is a filmmaker from Vancouver BC who has been working on his first feature length film (Sticking Out Like A Sore Thumb) since 2013, while he was attending film studies classes at North Vancouver’s Capilano University.
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