OTTAWA PREMIERE | FILMMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE
Human Spam. Digital Janitors. Spider silk gatherers. Baby makers. In the future, jobs still suck but in whole new ways. After the collapse of North Americas economy, a Chinese television crew ventures into the vast slums of Toronto to document the ghosts (Cantonese slang for Caucasians) who now eke out a living doing jobs outsourced by the East. Made for just $4,000, this lo-fi sci-fi epic is brilliant [and] will leave you emotionally shaken, your brain teeming with weird new ideas. (i09)
The first 100 ticket buyers get a complimentary novel from GWSJ screenwriter, Jim Munroe.