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Charles Johnston (written by)
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Not Everything Appears As It Seems
Plot:
A pill-popping, over-caffeinated driver accidentally hits something. Panic-stricken, he searches for help in a strange and desolate town that offers very little in the form of human kindness. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Great setting and eerie premise make for a superb short film! See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Trevor Matthews ... Nathan Evans
Kyle Brydges ... Cop #1
Joe Newton ... Cop #2
Sam Pollack ... Child
Stephanie Meadows ... Mother
Matthew Brulotte ... Father
Maria Donatelli ... Radio DJ
Jim Gardner ... Radio Musician
Lee Demarbre ... Radio Talk Show Host

Directed by
Jon Knautz 
 
Writing credits
Charles Johnston (written by)

Produced by
Karl Kozak .... associate producer (3D Version)
Karl Kozak .... producer (3D version)
Trevor Matthews .... producer
Patrick White .... producer
 
Original Music by
Alex McTaggart 
 
Cinematography by
John Ashmore (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Matthew Brulotte 
 
Art Direction by
Paul Easton 
 
Costume Design by
Erika Connor 
 
Makeup Department
Brandi Boulet .... hair stylist
Brandi Boulet .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Gorman .... first assistant director (as Matt Gorman)
 
Art Department
Matthew Brulotte .... lead set dresser
Kyle Brydges .... builder
Chad Harber .... props
 
Sound Department
Jim Gardner .... additional sound designer
Alex McTaggart .... boom operator (as Alexander McTaggert)
Alex McTaggart .... sound designer
Alex McTaggart .... sound mixer (as Alexander McTaggert)
 
Special Effects by
Matthew Galliford .... special effects assistant (as Matt Galliford)
Paul Jones .... special effects designer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jase Andrews .... electric
Mathieu-Félix Drouin .... first assistant camera
Graham Dunnell .... jimmy jib operator
Matt Edwards-Davies .... second assistant camera
Stephan Gardner .... grip
Steven McMahon .... dolly grip
Steven McMahon .... key grip
Denis-Noel Mostert .... steadicam
Nicolas Venne .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Megan Dunlop .... dresser
 
Editorial Department
Jordan Krug .... color timer
 
Other crew
Jeff Burns .... key production assistant
Paul Chiarelli .... accounting
Tom Guindon .... road closure supervisor
Lori Hareuther .... craft
Kathy Kelly .... accounting
Steve Lachance .... caterer: Bytown Catering
Denis Martel .... accounting
Stephanie Meadows .... craft
Jose Medeiros .... accounting
Tamara Miller .... craft
T.A. Owen .... production assistant
Pat Teevens .... accounting
 
Thanks
Ann Matthews .... special thanks
Terry Matthews .... special thanks
 

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Canada:9 min
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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Great setting and eerie premise make for a superb short film!, 1 July 2006
Author: mikepal99 from Windsor, Ontario

This great short film has left me wanting more. I would love to see Rod Serling introduce this film and in turn learn a bit more about the main character and how he feels about his experiences in that small town. This movie is built around an interesting concept which is delivered very effectively as a psychological thriller. The idea of a sparsely populated small town works very well as the setting here and the winter season only adds to the setting and tone of the movie.

I am left to wonder where the lead character comes from and the series of events that lead him to this small town. As stated earlier I would love to see this as a longer feature to get some of these questions answered. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for future BrookStreet productions.

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