Peach Juice Bears Fruit at Vancouver Film Fest

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Peach Juice

Peach Juice

The ani­mated “Peach Juice,” directed by Brian Lye, Cal­lum Pater­son and Nathan Gilliss of British Colum­bia, earned Hon­ourable Men­tion for a Cana­dian Short Film at the 31st annual Van­cou­ver Inter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val, which con­cluded its 16-day run Friday.

In Peach Juice, while on vaca­tion at the sea­side, a teenage boy becomes attracted to his aunt.… This film is a lit­tle dark, uncom­fort­ably funny, and a whole lotta twisted!

Funny, with a great sense of humor. A dif­fer­ent kind of take on ani­ma­tion showed much promise,” said jurors.

We look for­ward to see­ing more. It was a bit­ter­sweet story.”

Lye, Pater­son and Nathan Gilliss were pro­duc­ers of the eight-minute film, made by Pub­lic Rit­ual Media. Lye was respon­si­ble for the screen­play, while Pater­son and Gilliss were ani­ma­tors. Music was by Ben­jamin Schuetze.

A trailer for the film can be viewed here:

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