Yoga avengers, troubled superheroes, and adventures in pregnancy: IPF trailer roundup

Yoga avengers, troubled superheroes, and adventures in pregnancy: IPF trailer roundup

Previously on YVR Screen Scene, we told you about a couple of web series that are in the running for Independent Production Fund financing – ‘Hospital Show’ and ‘The Mission’ – and we’re not done yet. Behold three trailers for projects that couldn’t be more different from one another: a feminist thriller that riffs on a Hitchcock classic, a heartfelt comedy about conception, and a character-driven sci-fi piece set in an alternate past. Wildly different, yes, but they’re all creative and compelling, they’ve got Vancouver roots, and we’d love to see each and every one of them go the distance. Give ’em a watch and if you love what you see, spread the word on social media, because those views are an important part of the IPF process. –Ed.

Strangers in a Downward Dog

Strangers in a Downward Dog pays homage in title and premise to Hitchcock’s revered thriller Strangers on a Train but twists the tale in favour of a darkly funny and decidedly feminist thrill ride. @SIADDwebseries

Produced and directed by Luvia Petersen. Starring Alison Araya and Sonja Bennett.

Perfectly Natural

Marci’s perfectly planned pregnancy fails and her fertility window is closing fast. When her sister-in-law Skylar shows up, armed with a Masters degree in Vegan Spiritual Nutrition, their missions collide. @PNtheseries

Written by and starring Krista Rand and Orsy Szabo (Pictured above). Directed by Heather Hawthorn Doyle.

Giant-Sized Annual

Welcome to group therapy circa 1953, where the super-powered survivors of a top-secret mission to end the Korean War struggle with personal demons, each other, and the cover-up of what really happened to their leader over there. @GSAseries

Created by Nick Citton and Jamie Alain. Produced by Todd Giroux.

Briana Buckmaster on monsters, humans, and wayward sisters

Briana Buckmaster on monsters, humans, and wayward sisters

‘Drone’ is a subversive drama about the ripple effects of death

‘Drone’ is a subversive drama about the ripple effects of death