Eclipse (1994 film)

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Directed by Jeremy Podeswa
Produced by Jeremy Podeswa
Camelia Frieberg
Written by Jeremy Podeswa
Music by Ernie Toller
Cinematography Miarolsaw Baszak
Edited by Susan Maggi
Release date
  • 1994 (1994)
Country Canada
Language English

Eclipse is a Canadian drama film, written and directed by Jeremy Podeswa and released in 1994.

Set in Toronto during the two-week period leading up to a total eclipse of the sun, the film revolves around ten characters whose urban lifestyles are marked by emotional and social disconnection from others. Against the backdrop of the media circus surrounding the rare celestial event, each of the ten characters struggles to connect with others through various sexual encounters.

The film's cast includes Von Flores, Matthew Ferguson, Pascale Montpetit, Maria del Mar, Greg Ellwand, Kirsten Johnson, Rosalind Kerr and Earl Pastko.


Awards and nominations[edit]

At the 16th Genie Awards, Ferguson was nominated for Best Actor and Montpetit was nominated for Best Supporting Actress.

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