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The only thing more blinding than snow...is greed.
When a couple in financial distress discover GPS coordinates that promise to lead to stolen gold they must partner with a pair of mysterious hitchhikers to enter the remote winter wilderness and recover the coins.
Written and Directed by Jason Goode
Fire Exit Theatre and Centre Street Church are pleased to bring the feature film NUMB to The Globe Theatre on Saturday October 8th at 7pm.
Numb is a Canadian thriller about four strangers on the quest for stolen gold in the chilling cold of winter.
After its world premiere in Korea, the film has travelled around the world on the festival circuit, and has just premiered on iTunes and video on demand. It’s been award Official Selection at the Beijing, Shanghai and Whistler Film Festivals.
The director Jason Goode will be joining us for a Q & A afterwards.
This show is not included in the season ticket price.
The Business of Film Making Workshop
Are you film buff?
An emerging film maker?
Come and hear Jason’s unlikely path to film making and hear advice from someone in the biz.
The workshop will hosted by Centre Street Church at 2pm on October 8, 2016.
To register, email [email protected]
Jason Goode’s feature directorial debut, NUMB, made its World Premiere as part of the Midnight Passion program at the prestigious Busan International Film Festival in South Korea. It was the Closing Gala presentation at the Whistler Film Festival, before continuing on to an international festival run including screenings in Beijing, Shanghai, Belgium, Bali and Cambridge. NUMB has been commercially released in multiple territories around the world including Spain, the Middle East, North Africa, and will soon be be available in Scandinavia, China, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Eastern Europe, as well as the UK and USA. Numb was released in Canada through A71 Entertainment and is repped by Cinema Management Group in Los Angeles.
Before directing NUMB, Jason’s short films included The Hitchhiker, Pop Switch, The Planting and Late, which was selected by Telefilm Canada for its Perspectives Canada program at the Cannes Marché du Film. He also directed a production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley, for which he received a “Best Director” nomination at the Vancouver Theatre Awards (“The Jessies”).
Jason’s eclectic background includes a B.Sc. in Biology and an M.A. in Theological Studies from Regent College. He lives in White Rock, B.C. Canada with his wife and three daughters.