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20 MINUTES LATE

Synopsis: 

Robert Long and Kate Nixon are two of Vancouver's top Public Prosecutors. Everything seems to be going great for the two of them until personal tragedy strikes. The story focuses on the complexities of human relationships and how they evolve as circumstances change. Life can seem close to perfect, then it isn't...

Runtime: 
00:10:22
English subtitle: 
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Information for the Audience: 
20 MINUTES LATE is an award-winning, intriguing, provocative, well-acted and formidable 10 min:22 sec short that examines the complexities of human relationships.  The entire experience making the film was a positive artistic collaboration among friends and colleagues.  Being a first time Director, long-time SAG-AFTRA member Ariel Felix (The Master, Laurel Canyon, Grey's Anatomy) surrounded himself with incredibly talented, passionate and experienced people - from start to finish; both behind the camera and the professional actors in front of it. It was filmed in Long Beach, California and Vancouver, British Columbia. 
 
We're very proud that our cast & crew is a diverse group representing the USA, Philippines, Germany, Korea, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Mexico and Canada. Collectively, our credits include The Master, The Good Shepherd, Babel, Red Roses & Petrol, Laurel Canyon and Relaciones Peligrosas. 10 MINUES LATE was made in cooperation with SAG-AFTRA.
Screenings / Awards: 

Canada Shorts - Award Winner

Culver City Film Festival - Official Selection

Los Angeles CineFest - Official Selection

Roma Cinema DOC - Official Selection

Marina del Rey Film Festival - Official Selection

Directed by: 
Ariel Felix
Writing credits: 
Ariel Felix
Cast: 
Tessa Kim, Allison Tyler, Ariel Felix, Olivia Tracey, Dexter Echiverri
Produced by: 
Thomas Heiman, Tae Ho Kim
Music by: 
Stephen Spender
Cinematography by: 
Luca Mercuri
Film Editing by: 
Pedro Avila
Makeup Department: 
Joyce Platon
Release Date: 
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Official sites: 
http://tatomf1lms.wixsite.com/20minuteslate
Total votes: 1839

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