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Published on May 4, 2011
The National Film Board of Canada, in association with the Cannes Short Film Corner, welcomes you to the 7th NFB Online Contest. Vote for your favourite short film.
Director: Phil Haine (UK)
I Am Lonely is about learning to live with yourself—a necessity for anyone, and especially the last man alive. But what if the last man alive isn't Will Smith but just a guy named Chris, a bit of a loser who has no idea how to cope? And what would you say to your best friend if he only had moments to live before becoming one of the undead? Written by Jonathan Brown (adapted from his Tin Can Podcast series) and directed by Phil Haine (Stalker, 2010 Raindance Film Festival).
Biography - Phil Haine (Director)
Phil Haine has directed numerous short films over the last twelve years, including Stalker (2010), which screened in competition at the Raindance and Sea Breeze film festivals. He has worked in various areas of the film and television industry and has also directed theatre productions. Phil intends to direct his debut feature film in 2012.
Biography - Jonathan Brown (Writer)
Jonathan has written three shorts (Home from Home, Impossible Feet and I Am Lonely) and is a founding member of Tin Can Podcast. He won the award for Best Show in the LOST Five Minute Theatre Festival, was a finalist in the Off Cut Theatre Festival and won Best Audio at the Fringe Report Awards. He has also produced plays for the Camden Fringe.