Archive of films The Saddest Boy in the World / The Saddest Boy in the World

Canada
2006, 14 min

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
Year: 2007

Timothy Higgins, the saddest boy in the world, plans to hang himself at his ninth birthday party.


Synopsis

Timothy Higgins, the saddest boy in the world, plans to hang himself at his ninth birthday party.

About the director

Jamie Travis (b. 1979, Vancouver), writer, director, producer and production designer. His work has won prestigious awards and has been compared to the films of such masters as David Lynch, Peter Greenaway and Alfred Hitchcock. He received several awards for his first short film The Anderson Children Didn’t Come to Dinner (2003). His next short film Patterns (2005) earned him a prize at the Vancouver International Film Festival. This was followed by Patterns 2 and Patterns 3 which form a dark trilogy.

Contacts

Modern Family Productions
1932 Adanac Street, V5L 2E4, Vancouver
Canada
Tel: +1 604 323 3320
Fax: +1 604 254 2997
E-mail: info@modernfamily.ca
www: www.modernfamily.ca

About the film

Color, 35 mm

Section: Forum of Independents - Competition
   
Director: Jamie Travis
Screenplay: Jamie Travis
Dir. of Photography: Amy Belling
Music: Alfredo Santa Ana
Editor: Jason Schneider
Producer: Amy Belling, Jamie Travis
Production: Modern Family Productions
Cast: Benjamin B. Smith, Kirsten Robek, Hailey Conner
Contact: Modern Family Productions
   
www: www.modernfamily.ca

Guests

Amy Belling

Producer, Producer

Randy White

Producer


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