Noah (2013 film)
|Directed by||Walter Woodman|
|Produced by||Walter Woodman|
|Written by||Walter Woodman|
|Edited by||Patrick Cederberg|
Noah is a Canadian short drama film, released in 2013. Written and directed by Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg as a class project when they were film students at Ryerson University, the film tells the story of Noah's (Sam Kantor) breakup with his girlfriend Amy (Caitlin McConkie-Pirie) entirely through Noah's use of computer applications such as Facebook, Skype, YouTube, Chatroulette and iTunes.
The film premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Canadian Short Film. It subsequently won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Live Action Short Drama at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards.
Woodman, Cederberg and Matthew Hornick, the film's coproducer, were subsequently active as the indie pop band Shy Kids, who received a Prism Prize nomination in 2016 for the animated music video for their single "Rockets".
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