Noah (2013 film)

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Directed byWalter Woodman
Patrick Cederberg
Produced byWalter Woodman
Patrick Cederberg
Matthew Hornick
Written byWalter Woodman
Patrick Cederberg
StarringSam Kantor
Caitlin McConkey-Pirie
Nina Iordanova
Edited byPatrick Cederberg
Release date
  • September 2013 (2013-09) (TIFF)
Running time
17 minutes

Noah is a Canadian short drama film, released in 2013.[1] Written and directed by Walter Woodman and Patrick Cederberg as a class project when they were film students at Ryerson University,[2] 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.[3]

The film premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Canadian Short Film.[4] It subsequently won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Live Action Short Drama at the 2nd Canadian Screen Awards.[5]

The film was also one of the inspirations for the Modern Family episode "Connection Lost".[6]

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".[7]

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