Atlantic Film Festival - A Still Small Voice
Written By Stephen Eli Harris on Tuesday, August 30, 2005 | 8/30/2005 09:59:00 pm
A Still Small Voice, the film that first premièred in the Nickle Film Festival back in July was officially accepted into the 2005 Atlantic Film Festival. The 10 day Festival is one of the top film festivals in Canada, on par with The Toronto International, Vancouver International and Montreal World.
This is some of the best news I've gotten in a long time. I never expected a movie that I'm starring it to be accepted into such a large festival but I'm very happy to have it recognized by them. The writer/director (in combination with his producing brother) is a brilliant man and really deserves to have this recognition. I hope it helps shoot Still Small Entertainment to the top of the biz. They deserve it... and I need more work. Ha.
The screening takes place on Sunday, September 18th, 2005 at 2:00PM at Empire Theatre's Park Lane 8 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The program can be found here, http://www.atlanticfilm.com/pdf/AFF25_guide.pdf. It's in PDF format. A Still Small Voice is located on Page 73 with the following write up...
"Newfoundlander Philip David Hogan's A Still Small Voice is a unique feature length character study of a young urban missionary at the end of his tether.
Using a daring non-linear storytelling style that echoes the growing interiority of the film's main character, A Still Small Voice balances fluid visual poetry against harsh realities of street life to reveal an eventual spiritual core."