After last week’s premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival, the momentum and excitement over the debut of the short film Ana’s Playground continues.
The film making team attended the premiere and are pictured here in front of the Ana’s Playground poster at the CIFF.
One member of the Calgary audience wrote:
“The film which had the audience on the edge of their seat with looks of fear frozen between each gunshot was Ana’s Playground. There was no dialogue, but there didn’t need to be. Ana’s Playground told the story of children caught in the middle of war with brilliant shots, a terrifying soundtrack and a mysterious, unidentified gunman.”
Ana’s Playground was the darling of the inaugural Norwich Film Festival in the United Kingdom winning both Best Short Film and Best of the Fest honors late last month.